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Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Peppers

Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Peppers

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Chilli Willi & the Red Hot Peppers: Marquee, London

Live Review by Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, 19 January 1974

CHILLI WILLI are quite possibly the band that I spent most of 1973 searching in vain for. They have been together just a year and ...

Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Peppers: Marquee Club, London

Live Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 9 March 1974

CHILLI WILLI and the Red Hot Peppers are gonna save your soul. They're the only band in the country specialising in funky country, an area ...

Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Peppers: Red Hot

Profile and Interview by Phil Hardy, Let It Rock, June 1974

A month or two ago, a jovial group of rock critics in search of a drink and some music stumbled across Chilli Willi and the ...

The Ballad Of Chilli Willi And The Red Hot Peppers

Interview by Andy Childs, ZigZag, October 1974

Saturday, 8th June 1974: NOT EXACTLY the best gig I've seen the Willis play, but one that sticks out in my memory as being one ...

Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Peppers: Bongos Over Balham (Mooncrest Crest 21)

Review by Phil Hardy, Let It Rock, December 1974

MULLING OVER just how to explain why Bongos Over Balham is an important album and yet one that promises more than it delivers, I turned ...

Dr. Feelgood, Kokomo, Chilli Willi: Eat Your Heart Out, Arthur Howes

Report and Interview by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 18 January 1975

Which is a slick way of saying The Package Tour She Lives She Breathes She Is Reborn. You remember the Package Tour, eh kids? It ...

Money Doesn't Talk — it Mutters out of the Side of its Mouth

Report by Mick Farren, New Musical Express, 1 March 1975

THE NAUGHTIES OF THOSE NAUGHTY RHYTHMS ...

Chilli Willi and the Red Hot Peppers, Dr. Feelgood, Kokomo: Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, Phonograph Record, April 1975

THE SECOND wave of '70s bands to emerge from England is an entirely opposite affair from the glitter/glam of the Mark I model. It's centred ...

see also Mighty Baby

see also Snakefinger

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