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Rag, The

Rag, The

The Rag was an underground newspaper launched in Austin, Texas in 1966, and published until 1977.

9 articles

Rock Has Nowhere To Go But Up

Comment by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 15 February 1971

AH, IT'S GREAT to be living in these days of "progressive" rock. Or so the record companies, hip record stores, and groups themselves would have ...

Jimi Hendrix: The Cry of Love (Reprise 2034)

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 22 February 1971

I'M REALLY glad a final Jimi Hendrix album has finally come out, as it adds to the domain from which to consider the exceptionally puzzling ...

Charlie Rich: A Time For Tears (Sun 1231)

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 15 March 1971

CHARLIE RICH from Colt, Arkansas, came out in the mid-50's with a voice and delivery very similar to that of Elvis Presley's early Sun style, ...

The Flamin' Groovies: Teenage Head (Kama Sutra)

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 12 April 1971

A FRIEND OF mine came over about three weeks back to play me this killer new album he said he’d gotten. So, sure, I said ...

The Rolling Stones: Sticky Fingers (Rolling Stones Records COC 59100)

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 3 May 1971

IN KEEPING with our Rag policy of bringing the hottest platters straight to you, kats and kittens, so's you can be up on the newest ...

Black Sabbath: Master Of Reality

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 20 September 1971

GRAND FUNK HAS been the most important band in the land for the last year, which you’re probably aware of anyway. Grand Funk in concert ...

The Beach Boys: Surf's Up (Brother/Reprise 6653)

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 8 November 1971

ENOUGH'S BEEN written about the Beach Boys' comeback to choke a horse, and 99% of it has been rubbish. The Beach Boys have been putting ...

Van Morrison, Them: Van Morrison: The Hottest Hand in Rock And Roll

Discography by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 6 December 1971

THERE ARE four remaining survivors from the English Invasion: the Kinks, the Hollies, the Rolling Stones, and Van Morrison. All four of these have wound ...

The Rock & Roll Press

Overview by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 24 January 1972

MOST PEOPLE LISTEN to rock and roll. Yet others read about it, and some actually have the lunacy to write about it! Where there’s money ...

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