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Live Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 10 June 1978
WHATEVER THE reasons might be, Todd Rundgren is back. That is, Todd Rundgren the pop singer/guitar singer as opposed to the Utopian pyramid-freak. ...
Review by Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, 14 April 1973
A MAZE. A truly amazing album. That might well have been the subtitle of this latest excursion into the land of magic from henna-haired hero ...
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 ...
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 ...
Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Sounds, 14 January 1978
Ingredients:Meat Loaf (around 250lbs) from Dallas, Texas; lead singer with Ted Nugent on platinum album Free For All; monster-singer Eddie with half a brain in ...
Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 1 April 1978
Meat Loaf are… "the best visionary, over-the-top hard rock band since Blue Oyster Cult," gasps Sandy Robertson ...
Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 7 October 1978
HI AGAIN. It's only me and this is only another Linda Ronstadt review. The words 'rock and roll' are used in the ads for this ...
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 ...
Report and Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 5 April 1980
THIS ONE can talk. He'll talk abut anything you care to mention or that wanders into his apres-gig mind, be it his bisexual pedigree dog, ...
Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 21 January 1978
GARAGE BANDS. Despite all their virtues, and even though groups like Yes and Uriah Heep are pretty convincing arguments against technology and heavy metal respectively, ...
Live Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 14 April 1979
DID YOU EVER visit some distant relative for tea and cakes, and as a postscript have to sit through the "party piece" of their little ...
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 ...
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 ...
Interview by Roy Wilkinson, Sounds, 11 October 1986
An everyday story of pop music folk. Nine years on and XTC are still waiting to break it big in the USA. Their noise used ...
Interview by Mick Brown, Sounds, 9 October 1976
IT WAS instant karma out to get me. The sound of one hand clapping – so fast you can't even hear it. We had been ...
Review by Geoff Barton, Sounds, 1 September 1979
YOU'RE PROBABLY not interested in our problems, but I think an explanation is in order as to why Sounds is carrying a review of the ...
Profile and Interview by Giovanni Dadomo, Sounds, 5 June 1976
Giovanni Dadomo releases his frustrations to tell you all about Jesse Winchester ...
Interview by Pete Makowski, Sounds, 1 June 1974
LOOK AT those two, aren't they cute? Who are they? Why they're the Mael Brothers. You know, Ronnie's the one who looks like a crossbreed ...
Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 2 December 1978
RIGHT BETWEEN the eyes, pilgrim. Yeah, he does look like Lee Marvin. In walks the supposed progenitor of all this punko nonsense, ex-New York Doll ...
Report and Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 13 October 1979
HURRAH'S IS, for the moment, the in-crowd club in New York's rock circle, having taken over the limelight from CBGB and Max's. Those who seem ...
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