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Report and Interview by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, 5 March 1977
PEOPLE TRY TO put us down just because we sound like The Who. ...
Interview by Neil Tennant, Smash Hits, 31 January 1985
When they started out, at the dawn of the '80s, Spandau Ballet were determined "to do something different". They said they'd never end up like ...
Interview by Elaine Cusack, Guitar, February 1995
JUST WHO do Gene think they are? Appearing out of nowhere last spring, the London-based quartet produced three highly contagious singles, had journalists fawning all ...
Interview by Danny Baker, NME, 17 March 1979
AND IN THE beginning there was darkness. Then, it has been written, the Mood formed the Pistols, Clash, Damned, Stranglers, Vibrators and the Jam and ...
Live Review by Paul Moody, NME, 19 April 1994
"E'S, COKE, anything you want..." Yeah, you gotta admit it: Brixton knows how to party. No sooner have you navigated your way around the slurring ...
Comment by Paul Morley, The Observer, 13 February 2011
THE VOTING ACADEMY for this year's Brit awards is made up of 1,000 specially invited members from across the UK music industry: music critics, music ...
Live Review by Paul Elliott, Q, June 2008
Euphoric fundraiser. Big organ included. ...
Interview by Paolo Hewitt, Melody Maker, 2 February 1980
"ROCK 'N' ROLL is just a load of boring old rubbish. The people who play it think it's so fucking important and it's not. it ...
Guide by Alex Ogg, Rock's Backpages, May 2010
Billy Bragg, Ian Dury, Echo & The Bunnymen, Green On Red, Men They Couldn’t Hang, The, Poison Girls, Style Council, The: Echo & The Bunnymen, Ian Dury et al: Glastonbury CND Festival, Pilton, Somerset
Live Review by Jack Barron, Sounds, 29 June 1985
"JESUS WEPT," from St Mark's Gospel is, I'm assured, the shortest verse in The Bible. That his Divinity did so over this event when 40,000 people decamped ...
Obituary by Pete Paphides, The Times, 3 February 2006
Paying tribute to the mag that had its finger on the pulse, but now has no pulse at all ...
Live Review by Lucy O'Brien, Q, February 2000
Oasis's American concerts provided tantalising glimpses of their sprightlier, less bald new direction. Lucy O’Brien was there. ...
Live Review by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 20 May 1995
THE LEGACY of the ampersand in rock is, frankly, mixed. For every Lennon & McCartney you can bank on the lurking presence of a Foster ...
Retrospective by Robert Sandall, Daily Telegraph, 16 February 2006
Steve Marriott kick-started a uniquely British style of rock. Robert Sandall remembers an unsung hero. ...
Film/DVD/TV Review by Dave DiMartino, Creem, March 1980
Quadrophenia: Pass Those Purple Hearts ...
Review by Rob Chapman, MOJO, May 1998
Eagerly-anticipated follow-up to 1994’s Protection, 64 minutes of guitar-driven downbeats, featuring the toppermost tonsils of Horace Andy and the angelic ambience of Liz Fraser on ...
Comment by Barbara Ellen, The Observer, 21 June 1998
Pop rant: Why do male rock stars have faces like bags of spanners? ...
Review by Garry Bushell, Sounds, 24 March 1979
Stricker ishion (Roughly translated, some of the finest reggae ever made in England) ...
Report by David Sinclair, The Times, 30 May 2009
From Nick Drake and Roxy Music to Mika and McFly – David Sinclair charts 50 years of Island Records. ...
Retrospective by Graeme Thomson, Daily Telegraph, 18 January 2013
BOB DYLAN once called him "the greatest songwriter alive" and Joe Strummer regarded him as a "lost genius of music". Yet when Tim Hardin died ...
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