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14 items by Paul Gambaccini

  • Steve Winwood Breaks Out on His Own

    Steve Winwood Breaks Out on His Own | ARTICLE

    LONDON – After an extended period of getting together whatever one gets together in the English countryside, Stevie Winwood, 29, has emerged with his first solo album, Steve Winwood (American release date is June 20th). It has...

    June 16, 1977 5:05 PM ET
  • Stones in Germany, World Next?

    Stones in Germany, World Next? | ARTICLE

    FRANKFURT, GERMANY – The Rolling Stones are on tour again, traveling through Europe and preparing themselves for Bicentennial celebrations in the U.S. this...

    June 3, 1976 12:00 PM ET
  • Quadromania: The Who Fuss, Fight and Hit The Road

    Quadromania: The Who Fuss, Fight and Hit The Road | ARTICLE

    LONDON — The cover of the Who's new album (Who by Numbers) is a connect-the-dots drawing by bassist John Entwistle. It should have been a jigsaw puzzle. In the few months preceding their current tour, the...

    December 4, 1975 12:55 PM ET
  • Keith Richards on the Making of "It's Only Rock and Roll"

    Keith Richards on the Making of "It's Only Rock and Roll" | ARTICLE

    "We had the hook line with nothing to set it to for a long time," Keith Richards explained in the Rolling Stones' London office. "Then Mick wrote most of the lyrics and it was...

    September 27, 1974 12:20 PM ET
  • Stranded

    Stranded | ALBUM REVIEW

    Two British bands are genuinely stretching the dimensions of pop music. One, 10 c.c., has already found a degree of popularity in the States. Roxy Music has been unable to cross the Atlantic so far, but that...

    May 23, 1974 12:00 AM ET
  • Half Breed

    Half Breed | ALBUM REVIEW

    Cher and producer Snuff Garrett have resurrected the LP pegged to a hit single and embellished it with a few cover versions and throwaway tracks. Like most of those decade-old affairs, it's a-loser. "Half Breed" itself has...

    February 14, 1974 12:00 AM ET
  • Paul McCartney Is Not Dead (And Neither Is the Past)

    Paul McCartney Is Not Dead (And Neither Is the Past) | ARTICLE

    This January marks the tenth anniversary of the Beatles' appearance on the American charts. Last month Rolling Stone conducted its first full-scale interview...

    January 31, 1974 12:00 AM ET
  • Paul McCartney: The Rolling Stone Interview

    Paul McCartney: The Rolling Stone Interview | ARTICLE

    Below is an excerpt of an article that originally appeared in RS 153 from January 31, 1974. This issue and the rest of the Rolling Stone archives are available via Rolling Stone Plus, Rolling Stone's premium...

    January 31, 1974 12:00 AM ET
  • Stones in Europe: A Hearty Welcome After Two Long Years

    Stones in Europe: A Hearty Welcome After Two Long Years | ARTICLE

    "This is just another tour. And Wembley is just another show." — Charlie Watts in London, the night before. London — Deprived of its...

    October 11, 1973 7:35 PM ET
  • Elton John: The Rolling Stone Interview

    Elton John: The Rolling Stone Interview | ARTICLE

    Elton John wanted to do The Rolling Stone Interview when we first suggested it to him in February. A grueling British tour kept him occupied for over a month. It was only when Bernie Taupin...

    August 16, 1973 12:00 AM ET
  • For Your Pleasure

    For Your Pleasure | ALBUM REVIEW

    Stop doing the stroll, mouse, limbo, eighty-one and peppermint twist. Give the Strand four minutes of your time and you won't think of doing another dance for at least two weeks. In an album that is remarkably inaccessible,...

    July 5, 1973 12:00 AM ET
  • Tanx

    Tanx | ALBUM REVIEW

    Many double albums could be distilled to quality single LPs. This one album might have made a good EP, since there are four worthwhile tracks, but the remaining nine are flights of Bolan's fantasies that might...

    May 24, 1973 12:00 AM ET
  • Desperado

    Desperado | ALBUM REVIEW

    If they gave a Grammy for the best interior gatefold cover, this one should be nominated. It is the best since For The Roses, but for hardly the same reason. There they are, the four Eagles and...

    May 10, 1973 12:00 AM ET
  • 'Tommy' Premieres on a London Stage

    'Tommy' Premieres on a London Stage | ARTICLE

    LONDON — "Lou Adler and I are doing the negotiating to bring the show to New York. There's talk of Madison Square Garden, but I'm aiming for the Met. They have the facilities we need." Lou Reizner...

    January 18, 1973 12:00 PM ET
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