ARTICLES IN LIBRARY
Review by Roger St. Pierre, New Musical Express, 27 January 1973
FOR QUITE A few years, black American singers have milked Nashville for meaningful ballad songs. Joe Simon, Esther Phillips, Joe Tex and O.C. Smith are ...
Obituary by Tony Russell, Guardian, The, 3 March 2003
DESPITE THE EFFORTS of many producers and publicists, country music has resisted being severed from its roots in southern US working-class life. ...
Review by John Morthland, No Depression, July 2004
SOMETIMES I THINK the Johnny Paycheck cultists are so enamoured of the sensational goth of stuff like '(Pardon Me) I've Got Someone To Kill' and ...
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