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New York Times Special Features Syndication

New York Times Special Features Syndication was the syndication arm of the New York Times, servicing a variety of publications throughout the USA.

 

6 articles

The Beatles, Jefferson Airplane, Country Joe McDonald: Rock Music: Drumbeat For Drugs?

Essay by Mike Jahn, New York Times Special Features Syndication, 3 January 1971

"If you're tired or a bit run down, can't seem to get your feet off the ground Maybe you oughta try a little bit ...

The Velvet Underground: Loaded (Cotillion)

Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times Special Features Syndication, 31 January 1971

'Velvet Underground' Bridges Rock Gap ...

Loudon Wainwright III is Some Kind of Genius

Profile and Interview by Mike Jahn, New York Times Special Features Syndication, 14 August 1971

LOUDON WAINWRIGHT III's first appearance in New York was an official big deal. The record company held a press party and invited the chic. ...

The Band, Ronnie Hawkins: Ronnie Hawkins: Plugging Along The Publicity Route, But...?

Interview by Mike Jahn, New York Times Special Features Syndication, 2 September 1972

THE HAWK blew into town recently, spewing one-liners and hoping that his big mouth would bring him fame instead of trouble this time. ...

Leonard Cohen: Rock Poetry Had A Lot Of Promise, Back Five And Six Years Ago.

Interview by Mike Jahn, New York Times Special Features Syndication, 9 June 1973

DYLAN WAS at his peak, writing his brilliant "doomsday poems," and revolutionizing popular music. Colleges by the scores offered courses regarding pop song lyrics as ...

Jodeci, LL Cool J, Maxwell, Omar, The Tony Rich Project: Romeos of Record

Comment by Amy Linden, New York Times Special Features Syndication, 9 April 1996

Today's black singers conquer charts and hearts by crooning instead of crowing. ...

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