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Blue Cheer

Blue Cheer


Blue Cheer

Profile by Ann Moses, New Musical Express, March 1968

IMITATORS and/or carbon copies of top groups seldom make it big in the business of pop. But a probable exception may be Blue Cheer, who ...

Jefferson Airplane et al: Newport Pop Festival, Orange County Fairgrounds CA

Live Review by Ann Moses, New Musical Express, August 1968


Blue Cheer: Outsideinside (Philips)

Review by Mike Jahn, Pop Scene Service, November 1968

Group Does the Impossible Critic Raps Recording Of Favorite Song ...

New LPs from Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, Blue Cheer and John Fahey

Review by uncredited writer, Disc and Music Echo, November 1968

Marvin and Tammi: big warm glow! ...

The Newport Pop Festival: Two Days of Surprises, Flowers, Cream Pies... and Super Sounds!

Live Review by Carol Deck, Flip, December 1968

THE ONLY THING really wrong with the Newport Pop Festival held recently in Orange Country, Calif, was that it wasn't in Monterey. ...

Blue Cheer: More Pumice than Lava

Retrospective by Metal Mike Saunders, Flash, Fall 1973

NOTE: Until its unfortunate demise and Mark Shipper’s degeneration into an acid-wrecked vegetable, Flash Magazine was an important clearing house of ideas. Information on rare ...

Blue Cheer: Highlights And Lowlives (Nielbung); Blitzkrieg Over Nuremburg (Thunderbolt)

Review by Edwin Pouncey, Vox, January 1991

BLUE CHEER were once championed as being the loudest band in the world. By today's standards of mega-volume Blue Cheer may sound pretty tame, but ...

Randy Holden

Interview by Richie Unterberger, Perfect Sound Forever, April 1999

RANDY HOLDEN might be the Great Lost Guitar Hero of the 1960's. ...

see also Randy Holden

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