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The West Coast And Hippieland

Report by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, October 1967

BACK FROM two weeks in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Back to Detroit where the man on the street still gets uptight seeing long-haired, bearded ...

Scene Is Rocked By Mother Earth

Profile and Interview by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, January 1969

Texas-Influenced Band At Nightclub Through Tonight ...

Allman Brothers Band, Joe South, Mother Earth: Piedmont Music Festival, Atlanta

Live Review by Miller Francis Jr., Great Speckled Bird, The, October 1969

FRIDAY AFTERNOON was almost frightening — all those big names, the abruptness of the pop festival's appearance, the overall speculative nature of this ambitious musical ...

Tracy Nelson/Mother Earth: Tracy Nelson/Mother Earth

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rolling Stone, June 1972

MUZAK ROCK is a difficult art. Because the line between soulfulness and boredom is often a thin one, few artists can pull it off. Van ...

Down So Low: Tracy Nelson's Long Hard Climb Into Obscurity

Retrospective and Interview by Bill Carpenter, Goldmine, 1997

EVERYTHING ONE should do to get a big name in showbiz seems to be the opposite of what Tracy Nelson does. No fancy duds to ...

Mr. Toad's Wild Ride: Tales from Austin's Big Bang

Retrospective and Interview by Bill Bentley, Austin Chronicle, October 2005

TIME IS A CONTINUUM that's sometimes hard to trace. Look too far back and things get hazy. Try gazing into the future and it's all ...

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