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The Rolling Stones: Some Girls

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 10 June 1978

THESE LAST two or three years, the Stones haven't really been that important to rock and roll. ...

The Rolling Stones: Some Girls

Review by Kris Needs, ZigZag, July 1978

AH, THE NEW Stones album. For me the most feverishly-anticipated event between the first album in 1963 and Black and Blue two years ago was ...

The Rolling Stones: Some Girls

Review by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 10 June 1978

WHICHEVER WAY you look at it, this is an important album of the first order. Important primarily because it's the first album (excluding Love You ...

Rolling Stones, The: The Rolling Stones: Some Girls (Rolling Stones Records)

Review by Richard Riegel, Creem, September 1978


Rolling Stones, The: The Rolling Stones: Some Girls (Rolling Stones)

Review by Nick Tosches, Circus, 14 September 1978

Stones Rise From The Dead ...

Sisters of Mercy: Some Girls Wander By Mistake

Review by Robert Sandall, Q, June 1992

"I LIKE to think it was the songs that made this band," Andrew Eldritch writes in the sleevenotes, "I know it wasn't." And as this ...

Au Pairs, Girlschool, Mo-dettes, The, Passions, The, Raincoats, The, Slits, The: Women in Rock: Cute, Cute, Cutesy Goodbye

Interview by Deanne Pearson, New Musical Express, 29 March 1980

Exploited for the last two decades as dumb but pretty decorations in rock, some girls now demand and deserve musical respect — but some girls ...

The Rolling Stones: Stones Still Hungry After All These Years

Review by Geoffrey Himes, Unicorn Times, 1 July 1978

THE ROLLING STONES first crawled into our collective hearts as a teenage working class street punk band. And now, here are Keith Richard and Mick ...

Queen: A Seventies Bombshell

Report and Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 9 November 1974

"PEOPLE THINK I'm an ogre at times. Some girls hissed at me in the street...'You devil.' They think we're really nasty. But that's only on ...

The Rolling Stones: Dirty Work

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 29 March 1986

IN THE 1970s, The Rolling Stones were a distinctly unlovely proposition: fronted by a jet-setter and a junkie and churning out a series of tedious ...

Marvin Gaye: Furor over X-rated Marvin Gaye LP

Report by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 20 June 1985

Co-producer says he changed lyrics to one song; associates blast quality of other tracks ...

The Rolling Stones: Emotional Rescue (Rolling Stones)****

Review by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 28 June 1980

"IMAGE IS so important to rock stars. Mick Jagger is the rock star with the longest running image. He's the one all the young white ...

The Rolling Stones: Rolling Stones: Live Licks

Review by Terry Staunton, Record Collector, January 2005

THEIR SEVENTH concert record, if you’re counting ...

The Rolling Stones: Rolling Stones: Shattered

Retrospective by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, October 2002

FEBRUARY 1977. KEITH RICHARDS, SLEEPING like a baby, is being carried around his hotel room in the arms of a Canadian Mountie. There are other ...

10cc: Bloody Tourists (Polydor)

Review by Jon Young, Feature, January 1979

WHEN LOL Creme and Kevin Godley took their gizmo and went off to make Consequences, the remainder of 10cc (5cc?) seemed to be reeling from ...

Mick Jagger: Wandering Spirit (Atlantic)

Review by Mat Snow, Q, March 1993

A GLAMOROUS grandad of 49, no one in rock'n'roll is more tightly corsetted than Mick Jagger. His iron determination to keep lean and mean, to ...

Faster Pussycat, Guns N' Roses: Guns N' Roses, Faster Pussycat: Apollo Theatre, Manchester

Live Review by Paul Elliott, Sounds, 17 October 1987


Viv Albertine: Self-Portrait: Viv Albertine

Interview by Martin Aston, MOJO, March 2011

I DESCRIBE MYSELF as… Vivacious. Vindictive [laughs]. Vain. Vociferous. Someone attempting to be honest but probably failing miserably. Mostly because of all the conditioning that ...

Dennis Brown: Hornsey Town Hall, London

Live Review by Jack Barron, Sounds, 16 October 1982

THE PARANOID inside can't help wonder if there is some kind of conspiracy going on... ...

Marv Johnson: Part-time Hitmaker from the Grocery Shop

Interview by Royston Eldridge, Melody Maker, 22 March 1969

THE STORY behind the success of Motown man Marv Johnson — one of the host of Tamla invaders in the chart — reads like a ...

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