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Retrospective by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, September 2009
I keep hearin' daddy through his grave:"Little girl, of all the daughters,You were born a woman,Not a slave."('The Confession', 1968) ...
Profile by Kris DiLorenzo, Grooves, January 1979
FOR THE past fifteen years the Rolling Stones have been known as the "world's greatest rock and roll band." That's why it's hard for most ...
Retrospective and Interview by Pete Makowski, Classic Rock, October 2005
WHO THE hell are Grand Funk Railroad? More to the point, why should we even care who they are? These are pertinent questions for any ...
Interview by Paul Morley, NME, 15 September 1979
ONE: FINGERNAILSNILS LOFGREN is a small man with a lovely face. One chocolate brown eye is smaller, almost lazier, than the other; this gives his ...
Interview by Mark Paytress, MOJO, December 2005
Leading a band of blood-thirsty long-haired crazies, Alice Cooper ruled '70s rock'n'roll, surviving hangings and electrocution, before booze, madness and global fame destroyed the beast. ...
Profile by Barney Hoskyns, Observer Music Monthly, February 2006
This is a previously unpublished version of a cover story for the Observer Music Monthly. ...
Retrospective by Max Bell, Uncut, July 2004
The T-shirts. The gay sex imagery. That BBC ban for 'Relax'. Nine weeks at No. 1 with 'Two Tribes'. For one amazing year — 1984 ...
Guide by Various Writers, Rock's Backpages, June 2001
ONCE UPON a time there was Funk. THE Funk. The Rhythm of the One. Now it's all four-on-the-floor hard-house and techy trance, dance-muzik devoid of ...
Retrospective and Interview by Bill DeMain, Classic Rock, 8 October 2014
How the self-contained, reclusive genius learned to play nice with others, how to rock and in the process found his world-conquering groove. ...
Overview by Mark Sinker, Wire, The, September 1995
The story of the first electronic instruments is as twisted and circuitous as their primitive, labyrinthine wiring. Mark Sinker goes in search of these often ...
Report and Interview by Davitt Sigerson, Black Music, October 1976
Davitt Sigerson investigates New York's soul music underground ...
Guide by Various Writers, Rock's Backpages, December 2001
Last week we gave you the first 50 of our all-time gut-wrenching love songs. This week we complete a ton of tearjerkers with our Top ...
Guide by Various Writers, Rock's Backpages, March 2001
One way or another, all music is about emotion, even when its about lack of emotion. But some records reach the parts others never can, ...
Comment by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, February 2003
Barney Hoskyns, co-author of The Mullet: Hairstyle of the Gods, hails Mullet Rocks!, a new compilation of bodacious bi-level hard rockers. Below we feature cool ...
Report and Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 25 March 1978
"Their quarters were filled with counterfeit sleep" Stephen King, The Shining ...
Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Detroit Metro Times, 14 August 2002
IT'S A SUNNY spring morning in the Motor City but the wind whipping across the Detroit River makes it feel a lot more like winter. ...
Interview by Norman Jopling, Cream, June 1973
BUTLER'S MUSIC Workshop is upstairs in a tatty warehouse building in Chicago's South Side, very near Chinatown and uncomfortably near Lake Michigan so it gets ...
Interview by Andy Schwartz, New York Rocker, June 1979
A WAS LOST. He pulled the Toyota over to the curb, parked, and flicked on the overhead light to check his road map. Should he ...
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Overview by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, 17 July 1976
THE ORIGINAL idea behind this A-Z was to try and provide a guide to 'punk' as it's now generally understood, i.e. as much a question ...
Interview by Eric Weisbard, Spin, February 1996
POLITICAL OPPORTUNISTS MAY HAVE BRANDED TRENT REZNOR MORALLY REPUGNANT, BUT YOU BRANDED HIM SPIN'S ARTIST OF THE YEAR. SENIOR EDITOR ERIC WEISBARD JOURNEYS TO REZNOR'S ADOPTED ...
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