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Review by Mark Cooper, Q, August 1997
Paul Weller: very much lord of his "manor". ...
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 ...
Live Review by Mat Snow, Q, May 1993
Songs in the key of Angst Minor. ...
Review by Dave Rimmer, Q, March 1987
IT'S FOUR YEARS now since Paul Weller knocked The Jam on the head and launched his new group with "Merton" Mick Talbot. Ever since the ...
Interview by Stuart Maconie, Q, September 1995
Morrissey's back in the ring with a violently good LP, Southpaw Grammar, and he's having a Cantona-styled pop at anyone in his path: Hugh Grant, ...
Review and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, April 2001
IAN MACDONALD, now 52, was enraptured by The Beatles as a teenager, then generally disappointed by pop music from 1980 onwards. His attempt "to bring ...
Book Review by Mark Cooper, Q, January 1998
Nick Drake: still an enigma after all these years ...
Review by Paul Moody, Q, May 2009
The Coventry trio face the classic second-album conundrum — play it safe or stretch themselves. The answer: try and do both. ...
Retrospective and Interview by Johnny Black, Q, March 1996
Only one thing could possibly save us from vicious '80s Conservatism: the assembly of pop pinkos that made up the Labour-supporting Red Wedge organisation. Johnny ...
Profile by Martin Aston, Q, July 1992
AS SELF-EFFACING drummer Stephen Daly said, Orange Juice were "the smartest band on the island at the time. We had no affiliation with anyone ...
Live Review by Paul Elliott, Q, June 2008
Euphoric fundraiser. Big organ included. ...
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. ...
Interview by David Quantick, Q, July 1996
LUXEMBOURG IS not, it may be safely said, the most exciting country in the world. Even the national anthem is reduced to banging on about ...
Review by Stuart Maconie, Q, June 1994
TO USE the vernacular of our friends in the American therapy industry, today's music business is not "a nurturing environment". One might use the expression ...
Review by Tom Doyle, Q, August 1997
Dark — Primal Scream: the morning after the all-nighter before ...
Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Q, January 1998
What a shoddy old year it's been for Oasis. Only six million copies of Be Here Now shifted. Only voted The Best Act In The ...
Report and Interview by Lucy O'Brien, Q, March 1996
"THE BEST THING was when we had Tora Tora, or The Artist Formerly Known As Prince," says Chris Cowey, the noticeably effusive producer of The ...
Report by Adrian Deevoy, Q, May 1999
In summer 1998, and to a chorus of indie-kid disapproval, Capital Radio took over London station XFM and, preposterously, put Bob Geldof in the drive-time ...
Report and Interview by David Quantick, Q, May 2000
Pop on telly: sounds foolproof doesn't it? So why — from Gas Tank to the gopping Jo Whiley Show — is it invariably cocked up? ...
Report by Martin Aston, Q, August 1994
Don't put your daughter on the stage, Mrs Worthington. Better still, burn that Opportunity Knocks application form. Today's child stars are tomorrow's drug addicts, depressives, ...
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