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Screaming Lord Sutch

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Screaming Lord Sutch: Two Sides Of Sutch

Report and Interview by David Griffiths, Record Mirror, 23 March 1963

ROCK SINGING, horror, comedy – and now politics. Such are the interests, professional and personal, of Screamin' Lord Sutch. ...

Sutch — The First Of The Long Hairs Keeps On Rocking

Interview by Richard Green, Record Mirror, 8 May 1965

DAVID, LORD Sutch. Third Peer of the Realm of Rock. Profession: Horror singer. Interests: Monsters, werewolves, torture, rock 'n' roll. Ambitions: To star in a ...

Screaming Lord Sutch: Heavy Friends Help The Lord's Comeback

Interview by Royston Eldridge, Melody Maker, 11 April 1970

LORD SUTCH is back! The perennial rocker has come screaming back on the rock scene, after two years of abdication in America, through the help ...

Lord Sutch: Lord Sutch And Heavy Friends (Atlantic)

Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 25 April 1970


Grateful Dead, Traffic, Black Sabbath, Jose Feliciano et al: Hollywood Music Festival, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire

Live Review by Richard Green, New Musical Express, 30 May 1970


Screaming Lord Sutch

Profile and Interview by uncredited writer, Beat Instrumental, June 1970

MAKE NO MISTAKE about it. Lord Sutch is back, and in accordance with his own tradition he's there at the right place at the right ...

Aesthetics of Outrage

Overview by Geoffrey Cannon, The Guardian, 26 November 1971

Update, 2020. "Perverted, outrageous, violent, repulsive, ugly, tasteless. A travesty. That's what's good about them". This was a quote about the Rolling Stones, recorded around ...

Loony Institution: Screaming Lord Sutch

Obituary by Johnny Black, MOJO, August 1999

BRITAIN'S LONGEST-SERVING political party leader and rock'n'roll aristocrat has died at home in Harrow, Middlesex, on June 16. ...

Screaming Lord Sutch Is Alive And Well And Living At Number Ten...

Retrospective by Alan Clayson, unpublished, June 2012

...10, PARKFIELD ROAD, South Harrow, that is – where the mere mortal christened David Edward Sutch had tumbled out of bed just prior to the ...


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