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Jah Wobble & Evan Parker: Passage To Hades (30 HERTZ)

Review by David Toop, The Wire, February 2001

PERHAPS THIS IS a disingenuous flash of hindsight on my part, but I'm convinced that when I heard Public Image Limited's first album, back in ...

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Jab Wobble At Your Service

Interview by Chris Salewicz, The Face, September 1981

The Entertainer as Servant of the People. Chris Salewicz talked to the former Public Image bass player. ...

Jah Wobble: Wobbling Free

Interview by Lynden Barber, Melody Maker, 3 April 1982

ON THE first bright day of '82, two tramp-like figures lounge on a bench outside the South Bank complex overlooking the Thames. The sun is ...

Jah Wobble: Invader of the Lost Art

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, 20 November 1982

Richard Cook meets the musical Nomad Jah Wobble who has now found the Arab in himself but not stardom. "I'll never be a big pop ...

Jah Wobble

Interview by Richard North, ZigZag, November 1985

STATELY, PLUMP Jah Wobble came from the stairhead, bearing a bottle of lemonade from which the label was peeling. A blue jean jacket, ungirdled, was ...

Jah Wobble's Arabian Knights

Interview by Push, Melody Maker, 3 November 1990

"JOHNNY ROTTEN telephoned me within hours of splitting The Sex Pistols," begins Jah Wobble, acknowledging the fact that there's a fascinating background story to tell ...

Inner Vision: Andrew Weatherall & Jah Wobble

Interview by Kris Needs, Black Echoes, 15 February 1992

An out-mind experience with the extra-dimensional Andrew Weatherall and Jah Wobble, the man for whom the expression "raving mad" was invented... ...

Jah Wobble's Invaders Of The Heart, Gary Clail's On-U Sound System, Cabaret Voltaire: Town & Country Club, London

Live Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 19 September 1992

IN THE grey area between barrow-boy techno and lumpen flannel-rock, there exists a community of enthusiasts who refuse to let their output be dictated by ...

Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart: Take Me To God (Island/All Formats)

Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 21 May 1994


Jah Wobble: Ex-Punk Turned Musical Innovator

Report and Interview by Paul Gorman, Music Week, 4 November 1995

AS HE POINTED out on the song 'Becoming Closer To God' last year, Jah Wobble is "far more than a long-lost anagram" these days. ...

Jah Wobble's Solaris: Ocean, London

Live Review by John Aizlewood, The Guardian, 23 October 2001

NEVER AFRAID of embracing the cerebral, Jah Wobble's latest group project, Solaris, is inspired by Stanislaw Lem's 1961 science fiction novel and, especially, Andrei Tarkovsky's ...

Jah Wobble

Report and Interview by Stephen Dalton, The Times, August 2004

THE LAST time Jah Wobble got into a public punch-up was half a decade ago, squaring up to a street gang on his East End ...

Jah Wobble: Cargo, London

Live Review by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 16 September 2004

JAH WOBBLE THUDDED into the public consciousness in a flurry of violence. He reportedly pulled a knife on NME's Nick Kent while Sid Vicious chain-whipped ...

Jah Wobble: The Bass Leviathan, In His Own Words

Interview by Lois Wilson, MOJO, October 2009

How would you describe yourself... ...

see also Public Image Ltd


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