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Nazz, The

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The Nazz, Red Beans & Rice: Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Pete Johnson, Los Angeles Times, 11 May 1968

Two Rock Groups at Whisky a Go Go ...

Capsule Comments From the Snazzy Jazzy Nazz!

Profile by uncredited writer, 16 Magazine, July 1968

FOUR MAD, MERRY MUSIC-MAKERS have been setting the record industry on its ear – and have recently signed an exclusive contract with Screen Gems! A ...

Rock N' Roll New Term For Last Year's Mistakes — Say Nazz

Interview by Val Mabbs, Record Mirror, 9 November 1968

STEWKEY ANTONI, Todd Rundgren, Carson Van Osten and Thom Mooney, the four members of Nazz — incidentally, a word discovered by the group while trying ...

Runt the Magic Rabbit: Todd Rundgren's Search for the Ultimate Riff

Special Feature by Ed McCormack, Rolling Stone, 13 April 1972

WORD HAS filtered down to Allen Klein's New York office that George Harrison wants to get in touch with Todd Rundgren, the all-around rock and ...

The Inauguration of Todd Rundgren

Profile and Interview by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, March 1973

NOO YAWK, NU YORK — Beneath the red fluorescence of Max's Kansas City, where the boys wear lipstick and the girls have nails, Alice Cooper, ...

Singles: 'Hello, It's Me' — Todd Rundgren

Interview by Paul Gambaccini, Rolling Stone, 3 January 1974

"IT'S NOT that I didn't want it out," Todd Rundgren explained, "It's just that it's like a two-year, six-year time warp," ...

Nazz: From Philadelphia

Review by Tom Cox, Uncut, March 1998

Odds'n'sods collection from Todd Rundgren's power poppers ...

The Nazz: Open Our Eyes – The Anthology

Retrospective and Interview by Max Bell, Uncut, February 2003

Comprehensive collection of Philly pop-soul boys, fronted by Todd Rundgren, who looked to Swinging London for inspiration and then blew up. ...

Todd Rundgren: Album By Album

Guide by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, February 2010

TODD RUNDGREN IS the Philadelphia-born whizzkid who could and should have been the biggest star of the '70s. Next month, the man John Lennon referred ...

The Nazz: Hello It's Me

Retrospective and Interview by Kieron Tyler, MOJO '60s, 2011

Their record company wanted the new Monkees, but guitarist Todd Rundgren had bigger plans for THE NAZZ, his ill-fated Philadelphia powerpop dandies. ...

see also Todd Rundgren


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