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Olivia Newton-John

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Olivia Newton John: Olivia Emerges from Shambles of Toomorrow

Interview by Richard Green, New Musical Express, 27 March 1971

"EXTRA! EXTRA! Read all about it! James Bond man launches new supergroup! Toomorrow tipped for the top!" Remember all that carry-on a few months ago ...

Olivia Newton John: Nights in White Satin

Interview by Ray Fox-Cumming, Disc, 10 February 1973

SOME INTERVIEWEES need only to be given their head with a single question before sounding off about their whole life history and psyche, while the ...

Olivia Newton-John: Let Me Be There

Review by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, 1 March 1974

THERE ARE A LOT of interesting things about this album. First, it features 'Let Me Be There', one of the most pleasant surprises of early ...

Suzi Quatro & Olivia Newton-John: Dolly Mixture

Interview by Caroline Coon, Melody Maker, 20 July 1974

'What's ladylike?' asks Suzi Quatro. Olivia Newton-John should know – she was amazed in America when the audience ignored that she was wearing jeans on ...

Olivia Newton-John: If You Love Me, Let Me Know (MCA-411)

Review by Ken Barnes, Rolling Stone, 29 August 1974

FORMULA FOR success: Take a pleasantly colorless female singer, and give her a catchy ditty bland enough for the easy-listening stations, slightly countrified for C&W ...

Olivia Newton John: Have You Never Been Mellow (MCA)

Review by Robot A. Hull, Creem, May 1975

WHAT FEMALE singer would ya like most to sit in yr lap? Connie Francis? (too old) Cher? (too bananas) Bette Midler? (stinks under the armpits ...

Olivia Newton-John: Have You Never Been Mellow (EMI EMC 3069) (36.00)

Review by Geoff Barton, Sounds, 7 June 1975

Olivia — mellow and pleasant ...

Olivia Newton-John: Olivia wants it to happen

Interview by Geoff Barton, Sounds, 7 June 1975

THERE'S A rather freaky, hairy, heavy music orientated — call it what you will — record shop situated quite near to where I live. Some ...

Olivia Newton-John: She's as serene as her repertoire

Profile and Interview by Wayne Robins, Newsday, 8 May 1977

OLIVIA NEWTON-John is gorgeous — so attractive with her fluffy blonde hair, ice-blue eyes and sleek figure that she could pass for Farrah Fawcett-Major's sister. ...

Olivia Newton-John: Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by Paul Morley, New Musical Express, 9 December 1978

OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN'S last night of an eight-week trundle through Japan, Australia and Europe was pretty poor. ...

Olivia Newton-John: Totally Hot (MCA)

Review by Wesley Strick, Creem, March 1979

OLIVIA NEWTON-John lost her virginity on the cover of her Greatest Hits album, released last year. Inside the grooves, though, she was caught begging sadistic ...

Olivia Newton-John: Cream Of The Crop

Interview by Robin Eggar, Record Mirror, 28 November 1981

The front of the chocolate box has changed forever. Or has it? OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN has cut her hair, shed her old image and entered the ...

Olivia Newton John: Physical (MCA)

Review by Iman Lababedi, Creem, May 1982

I CAME TO Physical with an open mind. I thought the single was her best since the Travolta duet and I enjoyed about a quarter ...

Olivia Newton-John: Soul Kiss/Diana Ross: Eaten Alive

Review by Davitt Sigerson, Rolling Stone, 13 February 1986

HERE WE HAVE two of the biz' primo canaries coming up with long-awaited (and, you can bet, carefully considered) albums and not exactly setting the ...

see also John Travolta

see also Toomorrow


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