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Eek-A-Mouse: A Mouse's Tale

Interview by Jack Barron, Sounds, 20 November 1982

CONTRAST: "Biddy-biddy bong-bong, biddy bong-bong, biddy bong-bong, biddy men. Bong bong, biddy bong-bong, biddy bong-gong, biddy geng, biddah-men ahwooy biddy-men. Ehyaaah!" (Rough translation of intro ...

Yellowman: Zungguzungguguzungguzeng (Greensleeves); Eek-A-Mouse: The Man And The Mouse (Greensleeves)

Review by Paul Bradshaw, New Musical Express, 6 August 1983

Of Mice and Yellowmen ...

Eek-A-Mouse: Brixton Academy, London

Live Review by Penny Reel, New Musical Express, 22 October 1983

UNEEK! ...

Yellowman: King (CBS); Eek A Mouse: Mouseketeer (Greensleeves)

Review by Sean O'Hagan, New Musical Express, 21 April 1984


Eek-A-Mouse: Reggae For The Fun Of It

Profile and Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 18 January 1985

REGGAE ARTISTS usually strive to appear as visionary prophets in concert, but Eek-A-Mouse will bring a more light-hearted approach to the Music Machine on Saturday ...

Eek A Mouse: Dingwalls, London

Live Review by Sean O'Hagan, New Musical Express, 1 June 1985

EVERYTHING ABOUT The Eek is a little weird: his name, his height (6' 6"), his dress sense and, of course, his unique vocal style. One ...


Interview by Don Snowden, Spin, August 1985

He's been a musketeer in London and a buccaneer in New Orleans. "People want to see you in costume," explains reggae star Eek-A-Mouse. ...


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