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Interview by Carl Wiser, Songfacts, 2004
Grand Funk sticksman Don Brewer talks about mega-hit 'We're An American Band', choosing cover versions, and being produced by Todd Rundgren and Frank Zappa.
File format: mp3; file size: 10.2mb, interview length: 22' 11" sound quality: * (phoner)
Review by Jeff Tamarkin, Boston Phoenix, The, 28 April 2009
THE BIG NEWS regarding the New York Dolls' second album since their reactivation five years ago is the return of Todd Rundgren as producer. ...
Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 27 March 1975
AFTER RECORDING Abandoned Luncheonette, an often ingenious merger of white acoustic pop and Philly soul, Philadelphians Hall & Oates disavowed that style, switched producers (from ...
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 by Ira Robbins, Trouser Press, January 1980
This seminal slab of early-70s punkitude, produced by unlikely Todd Rundgren, defines the sound and style of New Yorks contribution to new wave: a raunchy ...
Interview by Todd Everett, Trouser Press, November 1980
IF THE IDEA of Todd Rundgren producing Wasp, an album by teen idol Shaun Cassidy strikes you as...unusual, that, Cassidy says, was the idea. ...
Review by Paul Rambali, NME, 26 January 1980
The no longer implacable but apparently un-stoppable Todd Rundgren releases his first blow to the forward aspirations of the new decade, a concept album. But ...
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; ...
Live Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 19 April 1979
IT'S NOT SURPRISING that when Todd Rundgren first spoke to the crowd Tuesday night at the Roxy he mentioned recognizing a lot of familiar faces. ...
Review by Barney Hoskyns, Spin, July 1999
"PSYCHEDELIA" has undergone some curious convolutions since its Haight-Ashbury heyday. For the most part, though, the hallucinogens have gone, leaving a purely musical residue - ...
Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, November 1975
With a running time of just 45 minutes and one entire side of highly accessible rock & roll, Todd Rundgrens Another Live represents a return ...
Review and Interview by Johnny Black, MOJO, March 1997
Most comprehensive Nyro compilation to date, features extensive booklet with her own notes and unseen photographs not to mention guest appearances over the years ...
Profile and Interview by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, October 1973
THE NEW YORK DOLLS are going to prove to be the ultimate rock critics' band, because, along with David Bowie, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, and ...
Interview by Karen Schlosberg, Creem, July 1987
AN UPDATE on the attempted Americanization of XTC. For an eighth full album the trio is told, as reported by stalwart singer/songwriter/guitarist Andy Partridge, to ...
Press Release by uncredited writer, Ardent Records, February 1974
IN SEPTEMBER, 1972 Ardent Records released Big Star's first album, Number One Record. The group consisted of Alex Chilton guitar, keyboards, and vocals, Chris ...
Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 22 April 1978
"AN EXORCISM of low-riding smack-shooting ghosts" was how Rolling Stone described Judee Sill's life, in issue 106/April '72 it was. Interestingly enough, that same issue ...
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, cdnow.com, 2000
HAILING FROM unglamorous Swindon, 70 miles west of London, XTC were clever-clever new-wavers who quickly outgrew the late 70s punk scene and matured into purveyors ...
Live Review by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 18 August 1979
ROCK AND ROLL having as it does sod all to do with music and a whole lot to do with sex and drugs (even to ...
Review by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, November 1974
1974 WAS A year that saw many artists grow up to the reality of a soft music market and a seemingly softer teenage head. While ...
Live Review by Paul Rambali, NME, 27 August 1977
WHY AMERICA is anxious to develop the Proton Beam Weapon, when they already have Megadecibel in the shape of Ted Nugent, is a question perhaps ...
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