Interview by David Nathan, SoulMusic.com, 26 September 2010
From Ike & Tina Turner to Roger Waters, via Immediate Records, 'The First Cut Is The Deepest, jammin' with Jimi, theatrical work, and putting the soul into late-'80s Brit dance music: the fantastic P.P. Arnold reveals all.
File format: mp3; file size: 89.4mb, interview length: 1h 33' 05" sound quality: ***
Interview by Johnny Black, Rock's Backpages Audio, 2002
On the road with Ike & Tina Turner; supporting the Rolling Stones; 'Tin Soldier' and The Small Faces; meeting Jimi; going out with Rod Stewart, plus countless superstar sessions: P.P. Arnold takes us on a trip back to Swinging London!
File format: mp3; in 2 parts, total file sizes: 56.7mb, total interview length: 1h 1' 57" sound quality: ****
List of articles in the library
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 ...
Delaney & Bonnie, P.P. Arnold: Royal Albert Hall, London
Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 6 December 1969
Back to rock 'n' soul with Delaney 'n' Bonnie ...
Immediate Records: Happy To Be Part Of The Industry Of Human Happiness
Review by Ian MacDonald, Uncut, August 2000
Sudden impact: Best of the label that brought us the Small Faces…and Jimmy Tarbuck. ...
Sandy Denny: The Battle Of Evermore
Report and Interview by Kate Mossman, The Word, April 2012
The Sandy Denny tribute show is expanding, a long-running fight to "give her songs a future". ...
New to the Charts: Top Team Gives P.P. Her Debut
Profile and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 13 May 1967
P.P. ARNOLD, from Los Angeles, makes her NME Chart debut this week with 'The First Cut Is The Deepest' (Immediate), aided and abetted by a talented team ...
P.P. Arnold: P.P. can bridge that soul gap
Interview by Nick Jones, Melody Maker, 6 May 1967
IS THERE room for another little female barrel of dynamite on the English pop scene? ...
Who, Prince Buster, Bee Gees et al: New Singles Reviewed
Review by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 22 April 1967
Top class, dramatic newie from Bee Gees, and a not so commercial Tremeloes — slow soul from Sam & Dave, & delicate new P. P. ...
Singles, including the Who, Neil Diamond and the Bee Gees
Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 22 April 1967
WHO MOVE INTO A CLASS OF THEIR OWN ...
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