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Profile and Interview by Mark Leviton, Phonograph Record, May 1972
ONE WOULD THINK that a group as successful as Badfinger, a group with their momentum (three top-selling singles, one LP million seller, association with Bangla ...
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 ...
Profile and Interview by Andrew Tyler, Disc, 25 November 1972
"Too many groups we know are into music." ...
Profile and Interview by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, March 1973
NOO YAWK, NU YORK — Beneath the red fluorescence of Max's Kansas City, where the boys wear lipstick and the girls have nails, Alice Cooper, ...
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 ...
Profile and Interview by Ben Edmonds, Creem, October 1973
(They're not a fag band. -Ed.) ...
Profile and Interview by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, 1 April 1974
A BRISK, ICY WIND was blowing through the overcast skies of Flint, Michigan as the members of Grand Funk Railroad arrived at Whiting Auditorium for ...
Profile and Interview by Michael Gross, Circus, December 1974
For years they've ridden through the badlands of a press blackout, but with an endurance as tough as their extended jams, the British road crew ...
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 ...
Profile and Interview by Mick Brown, Sounds, 26 April 1975
PATTI SMITH might have been a star last year, but the top side of her first single seemed to have the word 'piss' in every ...
Profile and Interview by Robert Duncan, Creem, October 1975
I WOULD MUCH prefer Todd Rundgren had a squirrelly girlfriend – you know, one of those emaciated things that is always curled up cross-legged with ...
Profile and Interview by Nick Kent, NME, 20 December 1975
NICK KENT feels the hot breath of London's hottest new band brush his ear, and appraises the fine and diverse arts of Roogalation. ...
Profile and Interview by Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, 24 January 1976
THE GREAT Speckled Bird, Canada's most underrated and misjudged supergroup, lives. The original band with Amos Garrett, Buddy Cage and so on have long gone ...
Profile and Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, June 1976
2008 introduction: "Luther are three girls and two guys whose debut single for Cotillion is attracting a lot of attention. They are not headliners yet, ...
Profile and Interview by John Tobler, NME, 5 June 1976
CERTAIN QUALITIES seem to be needed for a musician to become a hero to the man in the street who buys a lot of records ...
Profile and Interview by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, 5 June 1976
Giovanni Dadomo releases his frustrations to tell you all about Jesse Winchester ...
Profile and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 27 November 1976
JOHN OATES: 'I find the audiences in Europe more intelligent and receptive music in Europe and England still retains its mystique and excitement.' ...
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. ...
Profile and Interview by Ira Robbins, Trouser Press, February 1978
AMERICA'S A FUNNY place for rock music. Just when you assume that the well of talent that unleashed classic outfits like the Velvet Underground, Doors ...
Profile and Interview by John Tobler, ZigZag, April 1978
"Right Cyril...left foot forward, two steps back, and then turn around...and when we've finished this old Ike and Tina Turner Review bit we'll go into ...
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