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Interview by Chris Salewicz, The Face, May 1982
AS PAUL WELLER says, in the mid-1960s the original spirit of Mod implanted itself into the soul of young Britain with a self-nurturing, almost religious ...
Interview by Jude Rogers, The Word, April 2012
Curmudgeonly theorist, phone-hacked serial dad, raffish poster-boy for inquisitive middle age — Paul Weller gives himself a good talking-to ...
Interview by Paul Moody, NME, 13 May 1995
Its taken over a decade, but with his new album PAUL WELLER has finally gone back to his roots, the part of his life that ...
Interview by Lesley White, The Face, April 1983
"I SUPPOSE PEOPLE find it difficult to penetrate me," offers the pale young man in the white mac, "they're not sure whether I'm really deep ...
Interview by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, 20 January 1979
Hope I die before I get old? The Jam's Paul Weller knows he can't write teenage anthems any more. HARRY DOHERTY sympathises. ...
Interview by Lois Wilson, MOJO, February 2013
You CAN judge a band by looking at their covers! Lois Wilson speaks to The Strypes, Paul Weller and Jeff Beck's favourite new band... ...
Interview by Tom Cox, Uncut, January 1998
How do you feel about this so-called line of classic quintessentially English songwriters starting with you, continuing with Paul Weller and ending with Damon Albarn? ...
Interview by Mike Stand, Smash Hits, 6 March 1980
WHEN I met Paul Weller I saw red. His shirt, his trousers, his pullover, his shoes and I daresay his St. Michael Y-fronts ...
Interview by Neil Tennant, Smash Hits, 14 April 1983
There you have it — the Jonathan King philosophy. So far it's got him loads of hit records, a slot on Top Of The Pops ...
Interview by Mac Randall, Boston Phoenix, 20 January 1998
"THE BIG PROBLEM I have with rock and roll is the rock end of it," says Robert Wyatt. "But I love the rolling. I'm into ...
Interview by Chris Salewicz, Creem, March 1981
ON A DAMP, dank Sunday lunchtime the three pasty-faced, unhealthy-looking members of the Jam sit in an uncomfortably functional room in a nondescript London hotel ...
Interview by William Shaw, Smash Hits, 26 March 1986
Were they wrong to play in Sun City? Did the cash in on Live Aid with their single 'One Vision'? At last their gracious majesties ...
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 ...
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 ...
Interview by Neil Tennant, Smash Hits, 1 March 1984
But three's just that little bit cosier. Neil Tennant has a tête-à-tête-à-tête with The Style Council. ...
Interview by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, 10 May 1986
Scourge of the Looney Left, creator of Oi and prime exponent of the dreaded 'Sunspeak', GARRY BUSHELL makes a clean breast of it to Prof ...
Interview by Martin Aston, Melody Maker, 12 January 1985
'Some of you (the Freemason pederasts) may be a trifle confused or even annoyed by the packaging and name of this record. For all your ...
Interview by John Aizlewood, No. 1, 7 March 1987
Mad, bad and dangerous to know, it's THE BEASTIE BOYS! Loud, obnoxious, snotty and very very funny. ...
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