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Re: More scanned articles (Phase 7)

Post by threechordwonder » 07 Jan 2018 10:36

Phase 7 - another bunch including an updated "Cale in Europe '75" document (the old one is gone).

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Re: More scanned articles

Post by Mark » 08 Jan 2018 01:03

A puzzling aside from Yule in that 1975 interview - Daryl Hall and John Oates filled in as guitarists in the 1973 Velveteen band? What? Has anyone heard of this elsewhere?
Michael Barbiero, J.C. Convertino - no no no! Gary Kellgren, Val Valentin - yes yes yes!

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Re: More scanned articles

Post by threechordwonder » 08 Jan 2018 10:42

Mark wrote:A puzzling aside from Yule in that 1975 interview - Daryl Hall and John Oates filled in as guitarists in the 1973 Velveteen band? What? Has anyone heard of this elsewhere?
I needed to read that twice, it's a bit confusing, but Doug joined Hall & Oates rather rhat vice versa. Theres a brief note on Olivier's site here: http://olivier.landemaine.free.fr/dougy ... eaver.html

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Re: More scanned articles

Post by Mark » 08 Jan 2018 17:16

Ah. That does make sense.
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Re: More scanned articles

Post by leamanc » 09 Jan 2018 00:46

threechordwonder wrote:
Mark wrote:A puzzling aside from Yule in that 1975 interview - Daryl Hall and John Oates filled in as guitarists in the 1973 Velveteen band? What? Has anyone heard of this elsewhere?
I needed to read that twice, it's a bit confusing, but Doug joined Hall & Oates rather rhat vice versa. Theres a brief note on Olivier's site here: http://olivier.landemaine.free.fr/dougy ... eaver.html
I read it twice and still thought Hall and Oates were Velveteens! Thanks for clearing that up.

I find it fascinating that Doug took a lot (most?) of the blame for the VU breaking up in the press over the years, yet he was the only Velvet that Lou invited to join his solo band. Even if it was just for a year or so, didn’t Doug’s presence on Lou solo records and tours make everyone stop and think there wasn’t that much bad blood between the two?

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Re: More scanned articles

Post by threechordwonder » 10 Jan 2018 00:24

Phase 8 is now loaded. There's an article about Reed's photography, a VU Rock Giants spread from MM '74 and some Cale stuff. I'm starting to delete the older small files and to consolidate the contents into larger files with slightly logical themes, so you might have seen some pieces before.

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Re: More scanned articles

Post by threechordwonder » 10 Jan 2018 20:20

Ad now Phase 9 is complete (phases are random, it's just what I can process in a session).

There's some mundane PSAS and Southbank show reviews (the latter brought in from the PDF Archive site), then there's a file of Reed in the seventies, including the Hammersmith reviews previously posted, but they have a bit of context now. Finally a real treat (for me anyway), a very accurate review of a Nico gig at Imperial College London in '75; it was shocking, the audience left in waves throughout her performance.

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Re: More scanned articles

Post by mangue » 13 Jan 2018 16:03

threechordwonder wrote:Ad now Phase 9 is complete (phases are random, it's just what I can process in a session).

There's some mundane PSAS and Southbank show reviews
Thanks threechordwonder for all your work and uploads.
Just checked the PSAS review, and it's from 1995.Oct.13, The Guardian, see https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/260686219/

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