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Various Artists: Seventh National Jazz And Blues Festival, Windsor

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 19 August 1967

I've got those Seventh National Jazz And Blues Festival blues ...

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. ...

Marmalade: No Peel For Marmalade

Report and Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 29 June 1968

THEY DON'T like Peel in Marmalade. The well-known voice of hippery has frequently expressed opinions that the Scots lads once known as Dean Ford and ...

NME Reporters Cover the Weekend's Major Event — the Eighth National Jazz and Blues Festival

Live Review by Keith Altham, Richard Green, New Musical Express, 17 August 1968


Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Jeff Beck, The Nice, Jerry Lee Lewis et al: Eighth National Jazz And Blues Festival, Kempton Park

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 17 August 1968

Music triumphs, despite rain, accidents and the rockers ...

"Bread" and Marmalade

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, September 1968

The last of the big spenders — that's the image most fans have of pop groups. But how much "bread" (money) do groups really earn, ...

Marmalade, winners of 'Ob-La-Di' chart race

Interview by Royston Eldridge, Melody Maker, 21 December 1968

MARMALADE WOULD have covered 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da', moving up the MM Pop 30 this week, even if it had been taken off a double album by ...

Festivals & Pop Proms

Live Review by Lon Goddard, Record Mirror, 12 July 1969


Marmalade: Marmalade May Become Even Tastier

Interview by David Hughes, Disc and Music Echo, 20 March 1971

HUGHIE NICHOLSON is fairly small, very handsome, likeable, unassuming, smart and – so they tell me – a more-than-adequate guitarist, singer and writer. ...

Junior Campbell: Hallelujah Campbell

Interview by Barbara Charone, New Musical Express, 23 June 1973

JUNIOR CAMPBELL is one artist with a hit single who you won't find on stage. After 10 years with Marmalade, he's content to take things ...

Marmalade: Sweet Sounds And Sticky Patches

Retrospective by Fred Dellar, The History of Rock, 1982

The Marmalade were an archetypal UK pop group who had the misfortune to operate in an era of progressive rock. ...

see also Junior Campbell


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