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Geno Washington

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Rik Gunnell: The Man Behind Fame and Farlowe

Interview by Richard Green, Record Mirror, 30 July 1966

AND IN THE beginning there was Georgie Fame. At least, that more or less how it was for Rik Gunnell. Disregarding the seventh day of ...

Sixth National Jazz and Blues Festival, Windsor: Jazz on a Summer's Weekend

Live Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 6 August 1966

A washout, but still swinging ...

Georgie Fame, Chris Farlowe, Alan Price Set, Geno Washington, Zoot Money: Winter Gardens, Bournemouth

Live Review by Alan Walsh, Melody Maker, 13 August 1966

THE COUNTRY is due for one of the most powerful package shows ever staged this Autumn, judging by the "pilot run" of the Fame-Farlowe concert ...

The Animals, Chris Farlowe, Georgie Fame, Geno Washington, Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Finsbury Park Astoria, London

Live Review by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 28 October 1966

Eric Burdon Beats The Hecklers! Geno An Earthquake ! ...

Georgie Fame, Geno Washington, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Eric Burdon, Chris Farlowe: Finsbury Park Astoria, London

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 29 October 1966

A GREAT SHOW and a puzzling audience reaction. That was the net result of the first night of the Georgie Fame package tour at Finsbury ...

Geno Washington & the Ram Jam Band, The Creation, Sounds Incorporated: Saville Theatre, London

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 24 December 1966

GENO WASHINGTON'S triumph is not so much a musical one, as a victory over the minds of elderly mods, who have seized upon the Ram ...

The Geno Chant

Interview by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 6 May 1967

GENO WASHINGTON bounced in for a chat with all the energy of a peak-conditioned gymnast. Which isn't surprising as he WAS a gymnastic instructor in ...

The Beach Boys, Small Faces, Dusty Springfield et al: NME Poll Winners Concert, Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Live Review by Keith Altham, Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 13 May 1967


Extra! The English Scene

Report by Miranda Ward, Hit Parader, November 1967

...from Our Gal In London... Miranda Ward ...

"Underground Music Is Dead" — Geno

Interview by Val Mabbs, Record Mirror, 8 February 1969

THE LAST time we met, Geno Washington was looking forward to a chart entry with 'Bring It To Me Baby', and contemplating the changes that ...

Pete Gage, The Man Who Drives Vinegar Joe

Interview by James Johnson, New Musical Express, 12 May 1973

WHEN VINEGAR JOE are on stage Pete Gage is probably the last person you notice. He stands towards the back, almost out of sight, adding ...

Geno Washington: Ram Jam Thankyou Ma'am

Interview by Roger St. Pierre, New Musical Express, 17 May 1975

In other words GENO WASHINGTON is back. And proud. And Bald. ROGER ST. PIERRE talks to the veteran soulster on his return from the Amazon ...

The Dexedrine Gang: Dexy's Midnight Runners

Profile and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 19 January 1980

BY THE TIME I'd reached the counter, I'd forgotten it. "What was it again?" I called over to the Dexy's tables. They said "Five teas ...

Various Artists: Buttercups and Rainbows – The Songs of Macaulay and Macleod

Sleeve notes by Kieron Tyler, Castle Music, September 2001

TONY MACAULAY and John Macleod had the Midas touch. When their 'Baby Now That I've Found You' hit number in November 1967 it was replaced ...

see also Vinegar Joe

see also Dada


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