Interview by Ira Robbins, Rock's Backpages Audio, January 1979
The world-class eccentric talks about the old days with the Bonzo Dog Band; demonstrates some of his favourite instruments; explains his love of Dada; recounts some adventures with Keith Moon; expresses his ambivalence towards Monty Python's Flying Circus and chats about Sir Henry at Rawlinson End.
File format: mp3; file size: 53.8mb, interview length: 58' 46" sound quality: ***
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Interview by David Hancock, Evening News, London, 7 October 1978
I WAS JUST about to plunge fully clothed into the swimming pool, notebook and pencil in hand, when it crossed my mind that it might ...
Interview by Brian Case, New Musical Express, 25 November 1978
Yes, it's the tang of the salt spray in a Force 9 from Finisterre with regard to this one, hipmates; A rollicking tale which tells how Silver's parrot changed his ...
Interview by Ira Robbins, Trouser Press, July 1979
Perhaps, as the curse of King Tut suggested, some legends are best left uninvestigated. Rock heroes tend to have warts, just like everybody else, and ...
Interview by Phil McMullen, Ptolemaic Terrascope, November 1992
SOME DAYS are made in heaven, some days are made in hell and some inhabit a nowhere-land somewhere in-between. ...
Obituary by Ira Robbins, Rolling Stone, 20 April 1995
VIVIAN STANSHALL died in a fire at his apartment in London on March 5. At 51 he was the Renaissance man of English absurdity. A ...
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