"Mama" Cass Elliot
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Interview by Jamie McCluskey III, KRLA Beat, 10 September 1966
THE MEETING of the Century has finally taken place. Yes, the Large Bird from America has finally made contact with the Chief Beatle of Blightyland ...
Big Mama Arrested by Scotland Yard
Report by Tony Barrow, KRLA Beat, 4 November 1967
SOUTHAMPTON — When the liner France docked at Southampton on Thursday, October 5, Mama Cass Elliot was involved in a series of fantastic quayside incidents ...
How Mama Cass Won The Will-They-Won't-They Split Saga To Emerge With A Monster Hit
Report by Alan Walsh, Melody Maker, 17 August 1968
THE LATEST episode in the Mama's and Papa's will-they-split-or-won't-they saga is a single by mammoth Mama Cass which seems certain to be a monster hit. ...
Mama Cass Will Sing for Her New Kitchen
Interview by Pete Johnson, Los Angeles Times, 9 October 1968
WHAT'S A poor working girl to do when she needs a new kitchen, one "big enough to sit around in, drink coffee, hang out, you ...
After The Split With The Mamas & Papas, Mama Cass' Broke, But Happy!
Interview by Derek Boltwood, Record Mirror, 1 March 1969
A ROARING log fire and its reflection in the pine-panelled walls gave the whole room a cosy reddish glow all ankle-deep in carpet and large ...
Cass Elliot: Cass Elliot (RCA)
Review by Penny Valentine, Sounds, 29 January 1972
CASS'S FIRST SOLO ALBUM for her new company shows that the lady has always had much more to offer in terms of phrasing and feel ...
Mama Cass: Why 'Unprofessional' Mamas, Papas Had To Break Up
Interview by Fred Dellar, New Musical Express, 24 June 1972
IN TOWN TO RECORD HURRICANE'S HIT, AND KNOCKED AND ROBBED IN A LONDON STORE, MAMA CASS TALKS TO FRED DELLAR ...
Birtha and Mama Cass: The Right On Sound Called Liberated Rock
Report by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 17 September 1972
I WAS interested to read in one of those glossy magazines that the coming trend in music for the fall is "rock 'n' rouge," because ...
Recalling the '60s With Mama Michelle
Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 8 July 1973
I DON'T CARE how many superannuated Peter Noone groupies rushed the stage, Richard Nader's '60s nostalgia night was still a bomb, with a total lack ...
see also Mamas and The Papas, The
see also Dave Mason & Cass Elliot
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