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Ottawa Journal, The

Ottawa Journal, The

The Ottawa Journal was a daily broadsheet newspaper published in OttawaOntario from 1885 to 1980.

20 articles

The Beau Brummels, Bobby Freeman, Dobie Gray, Gary Lewis & the Playboys, The Righteous Brothers, The Shangri-Las, Del Shannon, Sonny & Cher, Phil Spector, The Supremes, The Temptations, The Vejtables, Dionne Warwick: The Supremes, the Righteous Brothers, the Beau Brummels et al: Cow Palace, San Francisco CA

Live Review by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 27 February 1965

Righteous Sound Shakes 'Frisco ...

The Beau Brummels: Calling from San Francisco: the Beau Brummels

Profile and Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 25 June 1966

DID YOU ever have to make up your mind? ...

Bobby Freeman: Still In Swim Of Pop Things

Profile and Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 2 July 1966

TWELVE YEARS in the business and he is only 25. ...

Bob Dylan, The Turtles: Bob Dylan Dropped In — Night Howard The Turtle Lost His Voice

Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 9 July 1966

Mike Gormley Calling from San Francisco ...

The Association: Electric Switch Paid Off

Profile and Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 20 August 1966

SAN FRANCISCO — Six folk-singers got together in February, 1965, worked and waited for a year, changed to electric instruments and then — 'Along Comes ...

The Righteous Brothers: Just Brothers in Soul

Profile and Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 17 February 1967

IT'LL BE A wet, rainy day in San Francisco before The Righteous Brothers appear there! And it was — and they did. ...

Otis Redding: The Memphis Sound: Otis Leads the Way

Profile by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 5 May 1967

FOR A LONG time now, the public has been thrilled by the essence of Otis Redding. His original contribution has conquered the world of music ...

Tommy James & the Shondells: Tommy James Isn't Pro-Canada

Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 7 July 1967

Says Audiences Here 'A Drag' ...

Janis Ian: Musical Psychologist: Janis The Voice Of Mini-Hippies

Profile by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 21 July 1967

HERE WE go again. Another great song-writer is upon us. ...

The Bee Gees: Bee Gees Long Climb to the Summit

Profile and Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 22 September 1967

Group From Down Under on Top ...

Paul Butterfield Blues Band: According to Paul, Butterfield Blues Is Really Music

Profile and Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 8 December 1967

ASK HIM. Paul Butterfield will tell you he doesn't play blues. ...

The Box Tops: Big Time Unknowns: The Box Tops Mystery

Profile by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 2 February 1968

THE BEST way to establish an act in the musical big time is to have a No. I record. ...

The Four Tops: Four Tops Live Up To Their Name

Profile by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 22 March 1968

THEY HAD reached the top — all four of them. ...

Gladys Knight and the Pips: Gordy's Gladys Souled Out?

Report by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 26 April 1968

THEY RECORD for Soul Records in Detroit. And it's just possible the record label was named for the music the company's top group, Gladys Knight ...

Stevie Wonder: Grand Old Music Man — and Just 17

Profile by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 24 May 1968

STEVIE WONDER is 'Uptight'. ...

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles: Smokey and His Associates Work Hit Parade Miracles

Profile by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 31 May 1968

MOTOWN'S MOST VERSATILE ACT ...

The Chambers Brothers: For Chambers Bros., Time Has Come in a Big Way

Profile and Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 1 November 1968

ELECTRIC, PSYCHEDELIC, smooth and professional, they don't depict poor Mississippi-born farmers. But that's where they started. The Chambers Brothers, Willie, George, Lester, Joe and non-brother ...

Gary Puckett & The Union Gap: Gary Puckett Says: the Gap About to Widen

Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 22 November 1968

GARY PUCKETT and The Union Gap are not exactly the teeny-bopper group most people think they are. ...

Janis Joplin — A Legend in Her Time

Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 18 April 1969

A Girl of Down-to-Earth Conviction ...

Johnny Winter: Living the Blues

Interview by Mike Gormley, Ottawa Journal, The, 26 September 1969

Johnny Winter Tries to Live Up to His Image ...

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