“An honest-to-goodness chick playing percussion ― do you believe it?”

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“An honest-to-goodness chick playing percussion ― do you believe it?”

Postby Sheila Klein » 20 Jul 2017 23:52

I'm writing on behalf of Ryan Walsh, who is writing a book on rock music in Boston in (or circa) 1968. He's asked me to ask the following of you'all:

I'm trying to track down a review of the VU live in Boston from sometime between 1967 and '69 that includes this line:

“An honest-to-goodness chick playing percussion ― do you believe it?”?

The info I'm after is publication name and date, and article title and author.


Many thanks for any possible help with this!

--Phil

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Re: “An honest-to-goodness chick playing percussion ― do you believe it?”

Postby taxine » 21 Jul 2017 13:56

Sheila Klein wrote:I'm writing on behalf of Ryan Walsh, who is writing a book on rock music in Boston in (or circa) 1968. He's asked me to ask the following of you'all:

I'm trying to track down a review of the VU live in Boston from sometime between 1967 and '69 that includes this line:

“An honest-to-goodness chick playing percussion ― do you believe it?”?

The info I'm after is publication name and date, and article title and author.


Many thanks for any possible help with this!

--Phil

Such great proyect BTP performances deserve a look focussed at that time,looking forward to grab it... a BIG goal.That'd nice Moe&John were on board somehow.

Pretty cool title ...BTW


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Re: “An honest-to-goodness chick playing percussion ― do you believe it?”

Postby iaredatsun » 25 Jul 2017 00:23

Sheila Klein wrote:I'm writing on behalf of Ryan Walsh, who is writing a book on rock music in Boston in (or circa) 1968. He's asked me to ask the following of you'all:

I'm trying to track down a review of the VU live in Boston from sometime between 1967 and '69 that includes this line:

“An honest-to-goodness chick playing percussion ― do you believe it?”?

The info I'm after is publication name and date, and article title and author.


Many thanks for any possible help with this!

--Phil


I thought I seen this come up in discussion before. And I also felt there another something to do with someone writing a book on the Boston live music scene before too. Feelings of Deja Vu, until I found this

Oct 1 1968. Steve Grant, The Tech

http://tech.mit.edu/archives/VOL_088/TE ... 1_P007.pdf

And here's the thread from 2005. (See post by Mark.) But I think the guy writing a book and asking for help has come up conversation before. I found this PDF in 3 minutes using the term REVIEW and BOSTON. :).

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=501&p=3454&hilit=boston+review#p3454
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Re: “An honest-to-goodness chick playing percussion ― do you believe it?”

Postby iaredatsun » 25 Jul 2017 00:26

Sheila Klein wrote:I'm writing on behalf of Ryan Walsh, who is writing a book on rock music in Boston in (or circa) 1968. He's asked me to ask the following of you'all:

I'm trying to track down a review of the VU live in Boston from sometime between 1967 and '69 that includes this line:

“An honest-to-goodness chick playing percussion ― do you believe it?”?

The info I'm after is publication name and date, and article title and author.


Many thanks for any possible help with this!

--Phil


I thought I'd seen this come up in discussion before. And I also felt there another something to do with someone writing a book on the Boston live music scene asking questions before too. Feelings of déja vu, until I found this

Steve Grant, The Tech, p7. Oct 1 1968

http://tech.mit.edu/archives/VOL_088/TE ... 1_P007.pdf

And here's the thread from 2005. (See post by Mark.) But I think the guy writing a book and asking for help has come up conversation before.
I found this PDF link using the term REVIEW and BOSTON. Took three minutes :).

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=501&p=3454&hilit=boston+review#p3454
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