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The Byrds, David Crosby: David Crosby: A Long Strange Trip

Interview by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, November 2003

Over the past 40 years David Crosby has done it all, from crafting transcendental, psychedelic harmonies for the Byrds and CSNY to living a life ...

The Byrds, David Crosby: The Byrds' David Crosby (1967)

Interview by Ted Alvy, Rock's Backpages Audio, 30 August 1967

The Cros talks about the new vibe of co-operation between musicians, Monterey, the disintegration of Haight-Ashbury, seeing Cream play the Fillmore the night before, and all kinds of other fine stuff

File format: mp3; file size: 36.4mb, interview length: 39' 47" sound quality: ***

David Crosby: A Hippy out of Hell

Interview by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 3 March 1989

David Crosby is back with an album and autobiography. He talks to Adam Sweeting ...

Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets, Pink Floyd: Nick Mason: "In theory, I should have got better over the last 50 years…"

Report and Interview by Henry Yates, Classic Rock, July 2018

Nick Mason on the past, present and future of his time-travelling new Floyd project, Saucerful Of Secrets… ...

New Order: Out Of Order

Interview by Cath Carroll, New Musical Express, 16 November 1985

NEW ORDER'S ethereal movement away from Division and denial, through temptation and confusion, has finally arrived at the classical creations of Low-Life and the emotional ...

Pink Floyd: Dark Side Of The Moon

Essay by Ian MacDonald, New Musical Express, 23 February 1974

IF YOU'D played this to an average record-company executive at the beginning of '73 and told him it would become the year's best-selling rock LP ...

Pink Floyd: Electric Chaos, But Just Great

Report and Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, 29 January 1972

Tony Stewart at the debut of Pink Floyd's new masterpiece. ...

Spandau Ballet: Muscle Band

Report and Interview by Betty Page, Sounds, 7 February 1981

Go vest, young man. In the studio with Spandau Ballet ...

Spandau Ballet: The New Romantics — a Manifesto for the Eighties

Interview by Betty Page, Sounds, 13 September 1980

"INITIALLY 'mod' meant a very small group of young working class boys who, at the height of the trad boom formed a small, totally committed ...

Spandau Ballet's Bible: How I Played My Part in Inventing the New Romantics

Memoir by Beverley Glick, beverleyglick.com, 2005

Here is the second extract from my memoir Hit Girl: My Bizarre Double Life in the Pop World of the Eighties. It is September 1980 and, ...

Barrett Strong: Stronghold

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 8 July 1975

IT'S STRANGE to think that without Barrett Strong, it is quite conceivable that the whole Motown empire would have never gotten off the floor because ...

Television

Profile and Interview by Dave Schulps, Trouser Press, February 1976

By Dave Schulps with A. Mindswallow *All puns unintentional ...

Tom Verlaine Without TV: The New Season

Review and Interview by Roy Trakin, New York Rocker, September 1979

THE BREAK-UP of a band, in the wake of our experience with the Beatles and countless others, should no longer be a traumatic event, but ...

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