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Association, The

Association, The

11 articles


Vietnam: War!

Comment by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, 16 April 1966

THERE IS A war going on in Vietnam and whether the United States has officially declared war or not – it is there, it's happening. ...

The Association: Electric Switch Paid Off

Profile and Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 20 August 1966

SAN FRANCISCO — Six folk-singers got together in February, 1965, worked and waited for a year, changed to electric instruments and then — 'Along Comes ...

Loraine Alterman on Records

Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 1 January 1967

Face to Face With the Kinks' Pop Satire ...

The Association: Russ & His Scene

Interview by Rochelle Reed, KRLA Beat, 28 January 1967

(This is the first in a series of exclusive interviews with all members of the Association.) ...

Yester Explains: Association is Subtle Insanity

Interview by Rochelle Reed, KRLA Beat, 25 March 1967

"SUBTLE INSANITY," explains Jim Yester, is when the Association sings "Ba-nan-a Won-der-ful" in place of "bop-do-waah" at one point on their album track, 'Another Time, ...

Keith Altham Planes West to Cover America's Monterey Pop Festival and Cables This Day-By-Day Report

Report by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 24 June 1967

WE DROVE to London Airport in Animal manager Mike Jeffery's Rolls-Royce while he dictated a few last minute instructions to assistant Tony Garland — "Ring ...

Monterey Pop Festival: The Hip Homunculus

Report by Richard Goldstein, Village Voice, The, 29 June 1967

"The West is the best: Get here and we'll do the rest!" — The Doors ...

The Association: Wayne State University, Detroit

Live Review by Mike Gormley, Detroit Free Press, 24 March 1969

The Association Concert — A Display of Fine Talent ...

The Association

Interview by Jim Delehant, Hit Parader, April 1969


The Association: Just the Right Sound

Review by Jim Irvin, MOJO, May 2002

IN DECEMBER 1999, the American performing rights company, BMI, published a survey of the most air-played songs of the 20th century. Top of the list ...

Ray of Light: The World of Sunshine Pop

Retrospective by Steven R Rosen, LA CityBeat, 27 May 2004

ONE DAY RECENTLY, after listening to the latest Dirtbombs CD in my car and then hearing the Music Machine’s 1966 proto-punk hit ‘Talk Talk’ for ...


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