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Comment by Susan Whitall, Creem, May 1977
Dozens listen. ...
Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Mail On Sunday, 1996
A DUSTY abandoned cinema in London. There are cobwebs and chandeliers. There is a large man on a balcony in a tuxedo and American tan ...
Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Rolling Stone (Germany), 1997
MATTHEW SWEET is proud to be Pop. It wasnt always that way. "It used to be that I was afraid of Pop", says Sweet, earnestly. ...
Profile and Interview by Mike Stand, Smash Hits, 17 September 1981
MEAT LOAF'S Bat Out Of Hell album was unquestionably one of the rock phenomena of the last decade. And, of course, success is wonderful... but ...
Interview by Pete Wingfield, Let It Rock, January 1974
WAS HE BLACK? Was he white? Was he young? Was he old? Was he human? Until the seventies he was just a disembodied croak, howling ...
Report by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, January 1994
Barney Hoskyns visits the idyllic Catskill mountain retreat colonized by The Band, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison and fellow bohemians. ...
Profile by Simon Frith, Creem, August 1979
THANKS TO SOME promotional moves, the Buzzcocks and the Tom Robinson Band played Coventry on the same night one week in late March. ...
Retrospective by Richard Williams, Guardian, The, 2 April 2005
"EXPERIENCED A catastrophe so profound that its effects would never quite fade" (Laura Nyro) ...
Overview by Mick Houghton, Let It Rock, December 1975
THE TERM PUNK is bandied about an awful lot these days. It seems to describe almost any rock performer who camps it up to any ...
Profile and Interview by Richard Cromelin, Rolling Stone, 30 January 1975
LOS ANGELES It was several months ago in London that the disc jockey on Capitol Radio, BBC's commercial rival, was revealing the results of ...
Live Review by Michael Gross, NME, 25 August 1973
THE EVENING SIMPLY reeked of promise. Mott the Hoople, the Anglo glamour band of the moment, billed with New York's very own Dolls. ...
Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 13 April 1974
IT HAD TO BE said. The gentleman with the black, slicked-back hair, Charlie Chaplin moustache and thoroughly English cricket pullover, in no manner resembled a ...
Comment by Tom Cox, Observer, The, 20 May 2001
IN AN ERA WHEN pop carries scant mystery and every 'best ever' list imaginable seems to have been compiled, the term 'lost classic' has so ...
Interview by Max Bell, NME, 16 November 1974
EVER HEARD of a group who would rather not be visible to their audience and let the music work on its own? Seems peculiar even ...
Live Review by Max Bell, NME, 26 June 1976
THE OUTLAWS ARE really pretty much your standard ranch stash. Three lead guitars primed to shit-kicking yee-ha, mighty purty 'n' all but lame beneath the ...
Profile and Interview by Paul Lester, Uncut, July 1997
"I'M FASCINATED WITH THE IDEA OF ART born of a disintegrated mind," says Lewis Taylor, all coal-black curls and kohl-kissed eyes, crouched in the semi-darkness ...
Retrospective by Ian Gittins, MOJO, January 2007
MORE THAN 30 years after the event, Ziggy Stardust remains one of the most inventive and flamboyant productions in rock history. Yet when Bowie took ...
Live Review by Michael Gross, Interview, September 1973
THE EVENING simply reeked of promise. Mott the Hoople, the Anglo glamour band of the moment, billed with New York's very own Dolls. ...
Live Review by Rob Steen, Rock's Backpages, November 2011
FIRST, A HEALTH WARNING: if you are prone to cringe, foam or rage at reviews that put emotion first and last, and make no attempt ...
Interview by Roy Wilkinson, Sounds, 11 October 1986
An everyday story of pop music folk. Nine years on and XTC are still waiting to break it big in the USA. Their noise used ...
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