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Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, MOJO, September 2004
KEITH ALTHAM PR’d The Jam in the late '70s. In his book of post-retirement open letters to former clients, No More Mr Nice Guy, he ...
Interview by Barbara Ellen, The Observer, 31 October 1999
Both "spokesmen" for their respective generations, it's perhaps unsurprising that the men behind the Jam and Oasis became friends. Here, they talk frankly together for ...
Profile and Interview by Dave Schulps, Trouser Press, May 1979
Jam's Paul Weller knows where he's going ...
Interview by Mark Cooper, Record Mirror, 17 July 1982
One man and his misery — Paul Weller of The Jam by Mark Cooper ...
Comment by Iman Lababedi, Creem, March 1988
THE SMITHS broke up recently. No need for tears. The Smiths were a fine band, sure, but I doubt they made your life — and ...
Live Review by Karen Schlosberg, Trouser Press, September 1982
UNDER A WIDE banner that said "Trans-Global Unity Express," the Jam played an intense 80-minute set to a half-empty Palladium. Songwriter/guitarist Paul Weller, with his ...
Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 26 April 1981
SPARE SOUND FROM THE JAM ...
Review by Ira Robbins, Trouser Press, 1977
ANYONE WHO has paid any attention at all the last three years knows that I (and almost everyone else around this tiny office) rate the ...
Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 24 February 1980
JAM GETS ITS OWN FLAVOR ...
Review by Kris Needs, ZigZag, June 1977
THE JAM have come a long way since I first saw them supporting the Sex Pistols at Dunstable last October. Then they had an ill-fitting ...
Live Review by Dave McCullough, Sounds, 15 December 1979
Slap your back ...
Live Review by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 1 June 1981
Still Charging Hard On The Punk Rock Line ...
Live Review by Rick O'Shea, Pop Star Weekly, 17 May 1979
We want Jam! ...
Review by Richard Riegel, Creem, November 1977
ANARCHY IN the U.K.? You ain't heard nothing yet — just wait till the Sex Pistols wake up to the realization that they pissed away ...
Review by Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone, 17 May 1979
FOR TWO albums, the Jam made leader Paul Weller's obsession with Pete Townshend and the early Who stand up as an acceptable substitute for personal ...
Comment by Penny Valentine, Creem, June 1982
Struggle after struggleYear after yearThe atmosphere's a fine blend of ice.I'm almost stone cold deadIn a town called malice.— 'Town Called Malice', the Jam. ...
Interview by David Hepworth, Smash Hits, 6 September 1979
IT'S AUGUST 1979 and this is The Modern World. The Who are back in action for the first time in years, their films are on ...
Review by David Quantick, Uncut, December 2010
1980: THE JAM are at their creative and commercial peak, after the career-saving All Mod Cons album and the brilliant 'Eton Rifles' and 'Going Underground' ...
Book Review by James Medd, New Statesman, 18 June 2015
That's Entertainment: My Life in the Jam Rick Buckler Omnibus Press, 384pp, £14.95 Deal: My Three Decades of Drumming, Dreams and Drugs with the Grateful Dead Bill ...
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Overview by Stephen Dalton, New Musical Express, 22 May 1993
From The Kinks to Carter, Bowie to Blur, the Small Faces to Suede, British pop groups have eulogised, mythologised, criticised, glamorised, immortalised, romanticised and agonised ...
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