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Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, MOJO, May 1999
The cat in the hat with a heart full of soul. ...
Comment by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 19 July 1973
OUTRAGEOUS? Ridiculous? Unnecessary? These are typical reactions to the New York Dolls, the hottest group to hit the Big Apple since The Blues Project. Their ...
Interview by Penny Valentine, Sounds, 24 February 1973
ALL RIGHT. So Fanny can play with due competence, can pull in and please the crowds, make chunky representative albums and they've got over the ...
Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001
Ian Tyson, b. September 1933, British Columbia, Canada; Sylvia Fricker, b. September 1940, Chatham, Ontario ...
Report and Interview by Adam Sweeting, Daily Telegraph, 11 July 2012
The blonde half of Hall & Oates, Daryl Hall, is fast becoming quite the English gent, he tells Adam Sweeting . ...
Comment by Rob Steen, Rock's Backpages, 4 March 2009
"DON'T BOTHER." The owner of Octave in Lewes High Street, my ever-so-friendly local record store (sincere apologies if that sounds as if I'm gloating over ...
Review by Michael Azerrad, Rolling Stone, 23 March 1989
XTC's Paternal Power Pop ...
Interview by Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, 19 March 1998
IT'S EASY TO forget now just how huge Grand Funk Railroad was during its '70s heyday. ...
Profile and Interview by Geoffrey Himes, Baltimore Sun, 17 December 1982
ANY REASONABLE list of this year's best soul albums has to include Cheryl Lynn's Instant Love (Columbia), Aretha Franklin's Jump To It (Arista), and Luther ...
Review by David Hepworth, Word, The, September 2011
Patti Smith wouldn't thank you for calling her a pop star. In fact, there's no higher praise — as this compilation attests. ...
Comment by Metal Mike Saunders, Rag, The, 15 February 1971
AH, IT'S GREAT to be living in these days of "progressive" rock. Or so the record companies, hip record stores, and groups themselves would have ...
Live Review by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 12 February 1977
NICK KENT finds the brainiac kid wallowing in a four-way blitzkrieg bog. Deafened and demoralised, the only conclusion is: he was better on his Todd... ...
Profile and Interview by Andy Childs, ZigZag, February 1977
AS I RECALL, it was the "livin' jukebox" himself, Andy Dunkley, who first assailed my ears with Steve Hillage's album Fish Rising. ...
Report by Charles Bermant, Seattle Times, The, 20 February 2000
FACE IT: THE 1960s was the best time for rock 'n' roll. David Crosby, who was in the middle of it all, calls it "an ...
Special Feature by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, 3 January 1974
Do you think you can make it with Frankenstein? Or with David Jo Hansen? Or with Jerry Nolan? Or with Billy Murcia? Now that the ...
Aerosmith, Blondie, Boston, Alice Cooper, Charlie Daniels Band, The, Rick Derringer, Eagles, The, Flo & Eddie, Rory Gallagher, Janis Ian, Jefferson Starship, Jethro Tull, Kiss, Al Kooper, Lou Reed, Runaways, The, Todd Rundgren, Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, Patti Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Waits: Rock Stars Talk Back
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 ...
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