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Live Review by Rob Steen, MOJO, December 1994
THE ANKLE-LENGTH SKIRT AND black-and-white mane threw us at first, but not for long. The Runt always was a dead ringer for Charlie George. Besides, ...
Interview by Mat Snow, MOJO, October 1994
A concerned Mat Snow hogs the joystick ...
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, January 2012
TWO DAYS AFTER a throat-shredding three-night stand at London's Jazz Café, Todd Harry Rundgren seems relieved merely to be talking. Still sporting multi-coloured – black ...
Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, February 1998
HELLO, it’s him. ...
Review and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, November 1997
Challenged to re-record a number of his 'greatest hits' by a label which has tried the same experiment with Jimmy Webb and Alice Cooper ...
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; ...
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 ...
Retrospective by Mat Snow, MOJO, September 2006
This month, retrieved from the void of obscurity: kidult-oriented Canadian pop glory. ...
Review by Mark Cooper, MOJO, November 1993
ACCORDING TO MOST rock histories the late '70s were defined by punk rock and the Sex Pistols. Commercially speaking, however, the awful truth is that ...
Report and Interview by Marc Weingarten, MOJO, June 1996
THERE ARE ROUGHLY two kinds of pop musician: two-bit hacks who try to squeeze everything they can out of hokey harmonies and three threadbare chords ...
Review by Bob Mehr, MOJO, March 2006
Third LP and second consecutive corker from Bay Area-based cosmic troubadour. ...
Retrospective and Interview by Angus Batey, MOJO, June 2003
They met to create musical drama. After years of huge success, it ended in managerial rancour and paralysed vocal chords. ...
Obituary by Johnny Black, MOJO, June 1997
LAURA NYRO DIED OF OVARIAN CANCER, AT HOME IN Danbury, Connecticut, on April 8. Of all the revered 60s singer-songwriters, she was the one whose ...
Review and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, MOJO, September 1999
The German immigrants daughter from Illinois, who somehow became a bluegrass child prodigy, moves on from purism to pure beauty. ...
Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, MOJO, May 1999
The cat in the hat with a heart full of soul. ...
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. ...
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 ...
Retrospective and Interview by Dave DiMartino, MOJO, October 2003
They were America's biggest band. Live they outsold The Beatles. Then they sued their manager. Dave DiMartino charts the remarkable highs and ridiculous lows of ...
Interview by Johnny Black, MOJO, September 2006
Ex-child models at war with pop convention, the siblings of Sparks are bloodied but unbowed. But what underpins their ever-baroque edifice? Brotherly love? "We don't ...
Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, October 1996
DRIVING THROUGH the sheeting rain from the miniature airport that serves Marthas Vineyard, the guy at the wheel informs me that were heading towards the ...
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