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Interview by Paul Morley, New Musical Express, 24 April 1982
IF I AM THE LAST writer about pop music of any standing, Alfred G. Aronowitz was the first. He was matchmaking, twitching and joking from ...
Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 6 May 1974
Rundgren Pop Machine at Santa Monica Civic ...
Review by Paul Lester, Uncut, September 1997
Todd Only Knows ...
Review by Max Bell, NME, 10 January 1976
POOR OLD TODD'S taken a lot of stick of late, not least in this paper, for adhering to his mystical mind games in the face ...
Review by Jeffrey Morgan, Cheap Thrills, June 1976
EVERYBODY KNOWS that there are but two classic answers to that eternal question of the ages, "Why?" They are, of course "Why not?" and "Because." ...
Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, February 1998
HELLO, it’s him. ...
Interview by Max Bell, NME, 19 July 1975
THE BOY FROM Upper Darby is pressed into the corner of a Blake's Hotel settee. He looks so much like a very glum rabbit that ...
Review by Nick Kent, NME, 23 June 1973
BOY, IS THIS a great record. I love it and that's saying a lot seeing as I don't seem to like that much of anything ...
Review by Jon Young, Trouser Press, February 1979
PROOF OF THE evils of peer-group pressure is found in the phenomenon of the double live album. A more useless trend would be hard to ...
Review and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, November 1997
Challenged to re-record a number of his 'greatest hits' by a label which has tried the same experiment with Jimmy Webb and Alice Cooper ...
Interview by David Hancock, National RockStar, 8 January 1977
....or at least reading this won't educate you. Now if you saw hint on telly or, even better, in concert.... well, you'd be all the ...
Interview by Toby Goldstein, Creem, October 1979
THE TRAILWAYS bus to Woodstock takes about 2½ hours from New York City, gradually trading the clatter of urban motorways for the static peace of ...
Report and Interview by Ben Edmonds, Creem, November 1974
1972: THE FIRST – and to be disastrously short-lived – tour of Todd Rundgren's Utopia has stopped for a breather in Chicago. The band is ...
Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, February 2010
OUT INTO THE damp chill of a February night we came, the scattered legions of Toddheads – crossing fingers for transcendence, willing to settle for ...
Essay by Andrew Tyler, NME, 2 March 1974
SHOO AWAY, Todd, and stop filling my head with this blue vinyl trash because it turns my head to glass and I'll never see light ...
Interview by Cameron Crowe, Rolling Stone, 10 August 1978
"I HAD A nightmare last night," says Todd Rundgren, on the crest of his first hit album (Hermit of Mink Hollow) and single (Can We ...
Review and Interview by Rob Chapman, MOJO, March 1999
Remastered reissues of the original one-man band's first five Bearsville albums Runt; The Ballad Of Todd Rundgren; Something/Anything?; A Wizard, A True Star; Todd; ...
Interview by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 14 September 1974
Genius is paid — and none more highly than T. Rundgren, ace gelding of the New York Production Stud. Count his teeth! Hear him neigh! ...
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Comment by Susan Whitall, Creem, May 1977
Dozens listen. ...
Report and Interview by Steven Rosen, Gibson.com, 16 April 2008
THE STORAGE CLOSET in Todd Rundgren's Mink Hollow Road studio was closed. But it wasn't locked. Big difference. If there were anything of value in ...
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