Interview by Simon Witter, Rock's Backpages Audio, July 1986
The 'Move Your Body' man on the people and clubs that beget House music, the endless Trax Records rip-offs, and a definition of House itself.
File format: mp3; file size: 38.9mb; Interview length: 42' 30"; sound quality: ***
Interview by Frank Broughton, Rock's Backpages Audio, February 1999
The House music pioneer on the founding fathers of the music; DJs like Ron Hardy and Frankie Knuckles; the clubs — the Music Box, the Warehouse, the Power Plant; starting making tracks; key songs like 'I've Lost Control' and 'Move Your Body'; the Trax Records rip-offs, and Marshall's own definition of House.
File format: mp3; file size: 75.2mb, interview length: 1h 22' 08" sound quality: ****
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Comment by Paul Morley, Guardian, The, May 2010
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