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Herd, The

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Beach Boy Bruce Johnston reviews new singles in Blind Date

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 19 August 1967

VANILLA FUDGE: 'You Keep Me Hanging On' (Atlantic). Oh! I love it. Oh it's great. I didn't recognise the beginning at first. Yeah, Vanilla Fudge. ...

Jimi Hendrix Experience, Arthur Brown, The Herd, Eire Apparent: Saville Theatre, London

Live Review by Derek Boltwood, Record Mirror, 14 October 1967

Hendrix and Brown triumph at the Saville Theatre... ...

The Herd Take Over As Screamers' New Idols

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 28 October 1967

MY CONTENDER as the man "most likely to get ripped to pieces by hysterical females" in 1967 is Peter Frampton, the seventeen-year-old vocal-guitarist with the ...

The Who, Traffic, the Tremeloes, Marmalade, the Herd, the Dream: City Hall, Sheffield

Live Review by David Hughes, Disc and Music Echo, 4 November 1967

TREMELOES IN top form; Pete Townshend having another "smashing" time; Herd's Peter Frampton a solo smash; still screams for Traffic's Stevie; impressive debut for the ...

The Who, Traffic, the Herd, the Tremeloes, Marmalade: Walthamstow Granada, London

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 11 November 1967

FANS WENT wild for both houses of the Who-Herd-Traffic-Tremeloes tour when it hit Walthamstow Granada on Saturday. ...

Traffic, The Who, The Herd: Danger: Who At Work!

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 11 November 1967

THE WHO-TRAFFIC-Herd-Tremeloe tour, while proving to be a sell-out attraction, has caused a certain amount of anxiety among those people whose job it is to ...

Peter Frampton: The New Breed of Pop Star

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, January 1968

A BIRD'S eye view of peter frampton of the herd With the looks of Scott Walker and the girl appeal of Steve Marriott, Peter Frampton of ...

The Herd: Paradise Lost (Fontana)

Review and Interview by Derek Boltwood, Record Mirror, 13 January 1968


Albums from Love, Herb Alpert, the Equals et al

Review by Peter Jones, Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 27 January 1968

From the U.S.A. there are West Coast goodies by Love and Herb Alpert. U.K. albums include first Herd, second Equals and an L.P. by Des ...

The Tremeloes: War Of The Groups

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 3 February 1968

Pop, crackle, snap – there's friction in the air! ...

The Herd: Move 'Em Out It's The Real Herd

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 6 April 1968

A POACHED egg is many things to many people. To advertising copy writers, it is a symbol of health and efficiency. To the savages of ...

Gene Pitney, Amen Corner, Status Quo: Lewisham Odeon/Kinks, Tremeloes, Herd: Walthamstow Granada

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 13 April 1968


Small Audiences Bring Down Herd

Interview by Derek Boltwood, Record Mirror, 27 April 1968

WHEN YOU'RE tired, exhausted, and in the right mood for a few weeks holiday, it must be pretty depressing not to be able to see ...

Hey, have YOU heard the HERD? The Herd: Brough Assembly Hall, Aylesbury

Live Review by Hugh Nolan, Disc and Music Echo, 1 June 1968

What progress is being made by the group voted Brightest Hope of '68 in Disc's Poll? Hugh Nolan reports ...

Scott Walker, The Herd: The Dome, Brighton

Live Review by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 29 June 1968

GREAT SCOTT! That's my immediate reaction after seeing and hearing Scott Walker break through the scream barrier last Friday evening at the Brighton Dome. The ...

After Big Split Herd Out Of Exile

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 12 October 1968

YOU MAY NOT have seen much of the Herd recently since their self-imposed retreat following a dispute with managers Howard and Blaikley, but I have ...

Helpings of Humble Pie

Interview by David Hughes, Disc, 9 August 1969

IF THERE'S one particular impression of Humble Pie that sinks deeper than any other, it's the name. ...

Frampton: the Musician Who Beat a Pretty Face

Interview by Tony Norman, New Musical Express, 3 June 1972

PETE FRAMPTON has seen a lot of changes in his 22 years. There was a time when the pretty Face of '68 was showered with ...

Frampton's Roots: His Career Spans Two Generations of Rock

Profile and Interview by Kris Nicholson, Circus, 18 August 1977

PETER FRAMPTON'S musical career began at the tender age of eight. "My grandmother had a ukulele up in the attic for ages until one day ...

Peter Frampton: Fables Of The Resurrection

Interview by David Quantick, The Word, January 2012

He had the biggest-selling album of all time and then "completely tanked" for 28 years. Peter Frampton, this is your rebooted life! ...

see also Andy Bown

see also Peter Frampton


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