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Profile and Interview by Howie Klein, New York Rocker, November 1977
LAST MONTH the Jam travelled to America for a short promotional tour, playing dates in established new wave centers, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and ...
Profile and Interview by Dave Schulps, Trouser Press, May 1979
Jam's Paul Weller knows where he's going ...
Profile and Interview by Simon Frith, Creem, April 1980
THEY STARTED talking about clothes even before I left. They were discussing shirt makers. "Jermyn Street," was the consensus. "They will make silk up for ...
Profile and Interview by Ian Birch, Smash Hits, 12 November 1981
From the underground...To the charts? We want hits, say the former cult heroes. Quite right, says Ian Birch. ...
Profile and Interview by Paolo Hewitt, Melody Maker, 12 June 1982
MATTERS FINALLY came to a head after the show that night. In the cramped dressing room, Ken McCluskey, the Bluebells' harmonica player, picked up a ...
Profile and Interview by Richard Cook, NME, December 1983
PRINCES OF THE City. There's nothing like an American stadium show to make you feel small and alone. ...
Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, May 1988
They talk in units of a million. They plan tours like military invasions. They know the rules, Def Leppard: it takes craft, hard graft, spectacle ...
Profile and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, May 1991
"I ENJOY staying here," says Jim Kerr, the broth of his Glasgow accent as thick as ever. His upturned palms take in not only ...
Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, October 1993
He split Britain's most loyally supported rock band to form a collective specializing in weedy white sould and ersatz jazz. He created "a Motown for ...
Profile and Interview by Kodwo Eshun, i-D, November 1993
Carleen Anderson was a member of James Brown's band. Then she sang with the Young Disciples. This month she releases her passionate solo debut — ...
Profile and Interview by Ben Thompson, Independent on Sunday, 1995
THE LEAP of faith required to enunciate the unappetising name of this mighty Pembrokeshire quintet plain, pronounceable old Gorky's to their legion of devoted ...
Profile and Interview by Paul Lester, Melody Maker, 27 May 1995
Starring: JARVIS COCKER as THE JUNKSHOP ROMANTIC STEVE MACKEY as THE PLAYBOY RUSSELL SENIOR as THE ALIEN CANDIDA DOYLE as THE CARE BEAR KID NICK ...
Profile and Interview by Paul Lester, Melody Maker, 21 October 1995
As grey-haired, 67-year-old composers go, Burt Bacharach is pretty f***ing cool. Paul Lester interviews the melodic inspiration behind Oasis, Stereolab and Pulp. ...
Profile and Interview by Martin Aston, Select, March 1996
A STANDARD semi-detached on Oxford's fashionably downbeat Cowley Road appears an unlikely HQ for the UK's "hottest new band" (copyright the typically finger-not-on-the-pulse Today newspaper) ...
Profile and Interview by Paul Lester, Uncut, July 1997
"I'M FASCINATED WITH THE IDEA OF ART born of a disintegrated mind," says Lewis Taylor, all coal-black curls and kohl-kissed eyes, crouched in the semi-darkness ...
Profile and Interview by Sean O'Hagan, The Guardian, 5 July 1997
Hedonism was a way of life for Alan McGee. And who would expect anything less from the man behind Oasis? But the road to pop-tycoon ...
Profile and Interview by Dorian Lynskey, Select, February 2000
Primal Scream are off the smack (but not the speed, coke and E) and on a mission – kill Sporty Spice, kick the shit out ...
Profile and Interview by Chris Ingham, MOJO, April 2000
Hes been assailed by business bosses, punk rivals and ex-bandmates. Now, with a landmark fifth album in the can. Paul Weller shows Chris ...
Profile and Interview by Pat Long, Select, July 2000
No more teen adulation for Blur's guitarist. On his new solo LP, Graham Coxon is going underground. ...
Profile and Interview by Caitlin Moran, The Times, Spring 2000
One of our finest singers is also one of our finest writers, and has been for all of 21 years. Caitlin Moran meets the never ...
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