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Review by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 15 April 1972
ENTER, ONE lanky fair-haired youth called Todd Rundgren weighed down with an armful of instruments, a clear head filled with sun-blessed songs 'n' sounds, a ...
Interview by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 29 April 1972
THE NAME Todd Rundgren may sound more like a catarrhal growl than the monicker of an aspiring 23-year-old young musical whiz-kid. ...
Review by Ben Edmonds, Creem, July 1972
THE NAME TODD Rundgren has passed across so many lips in the past few months that you can almost detect traces of chapstick around its ...
Interview by James Johnson, New Musical Express, 29 July 1972
EVEN THOUGH his name may not mean much to the general public, Todd Rundgren is undoubtedly a success. ...
Interview by Ben Edmonds, Creem, August 1972
THE FIRST SIGNAL of his approach is the abrupt appearance of a small black dog, hauling its thoroughly pregnant belly behind a couch just quickly ...
Profile and Interview by Steve Turner, Beat Instrumental, November 1972
There are some parts of New York City that nice people just don't walk around. The East Village, for instance, is one of them. It's ...
Review by Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, 14 April 1973
A MAZE. A truly amazing album. That might well have been the subtitle of this latest excursion into the land of magic from henna-haired hero ...
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 ...
Interview by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 3 January 1974
TODD RUNDGREN, whose name conjures visions of teenager-grown-up, multicolored hair, GeeGee awards from 16 magazine, production for younameit/you'vegotit, and self-made man extraordinaire, is a realistic ...
Interview by Alan Betrock, Phonograph Record, March 1974
TODD WAS RECORDED mostly during July; actually July and August, 1973, and it was my usual hodgepodge approach to performance in the album. ...
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 ...
Review by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 9 March 1974
Rundgren's musical jungle ...
Review by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 14 March 1974
WHEN TODD Rundgren stopped being in rock bands (circa his second solo-ish album, The Ballad of Todd Rundgren) his musical leanings toward that which was ...
Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 27 April 1974
TODD RUNDGREN loped into Bearsville's offices on East 55th Street the other day with a South American raccoon on one arm and a lady dressed ...
Review by Wayne Robins, Creem, May 1974
Raking Turquoise Ruts Across the Velveeta Sky ...
Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 6 May 1974
Rundgren Pop Machine at Santa Monica Civic ...
Live Review by Michael Gross, NME, 6 July 1974
Todd Rundgren: Central Park, NYC ...
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! ...
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 ...
Review by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 19 December 1974
A LOT OF Todd Rundgren fans may not like this album, sad to say, for the Todd of Something/Anything is as visible as dust in ...
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