ROGER DALTREY INTERVIEW Four Four Two, June 2009
The Who singer discusses his passion for football and how he became an Arsenal fan.
THE STORY OF THE CHORDS CD sleevenote, June 2008
Their career was almost scupered by a Jimmy Pursey riot, but these nouvau mods went onto record a fine body of work.
JOHN LENNON’S FINAL ALBUM Uncut, December 2005
A near-to-death experience at sea in 1980 inspired the recording of John Lennon’s ‘Double Fantasy’ album.
CYNTHIA LENNON INTERVIEW Uncut, December 2005
Commemorating the 25th anniversary of his death, John Lennon's first wife talked about life with the Beatle.
THE MOD REVIVAL NME Originals, April 2005
When the 1970s came to an end parkas, scooters and target T-shirts were once again seen on the streets of Britain.
THE STORY OF HEY JUDE Mojo Special, March 2003
Despite clocking in at over seven minutes in length, Hey Jude became the biggest-selling Beatles single ever.
‘MERRY XMAS EVERYBODY’ Q Special, January 2003
Without a sleighbell in sight, Slade recorded the perrenial Christmas classic in the height of summer.
‘THERE SHE GOES’ Q Special, January 2003
When The La’s recorded ‘There She Goes’ in 1988 they set the template for Brit Pop.
THE BEATLES’ CHRISTMAS SHOWS Mojo Special, Nov 2002
In 1963 The Beatles decided to offer their fans a little something extra with a Christmas show. They soon regretted it!
OASIS PEOPLE: MATT DEIGHTON Q Special, July 2002
When Noel Gallagher quit Oasis mid tour in may 2000, Mother Earth’s Matt Deighton spent three months in the band.
THE WIGAN CASINO STORY Mojo Collections, Spring 2002
For eight years, if you were into northern soul there was only one place you wanted to go - the Wigan Casino.
THE DAMNED Q Special, April 2002
They kickstarted a musical revolution - but it wasn't just good timing, The Damned could actually play their instruments too.
JOHN POWER INTERVIEW Ice, December 2001
John Power was in The La’s and Cast, but the ‘day of his life’ was watching Liverpool win the 2001 UEFA Cup final.
SUSANNA HOFFS INTERVIEW Rage, 1991
Everyone's favourite members of The Bangles interviewed at the launch of her solo career.
SOUP DRAGONS INTERVIEW Rage, October 1990
A day on Dungerness Beach with the Soup Dragon on the set of the video shoot for ‘Mother Universe’.
QUEEN LATIFAH INTERVIEW HHC, October 1989
An interview with Queen Latifah, conducted at the top of the Empire State Building.
ANDY PARTRIDGE INTERVIEW Phaze One, 1989
An invite to Andy Partridge’s house in Swindon as XTC were promoting their ‘Oranges And Lemons’ album.
TRANSVISION VAMP INTERVIEW Phaze One, 1989
At the height of her appeal, Wendy James chatted about sex and pop in advance of the 'Baby I Don't Care' top three hit.
TANITA TIKARAM INTERVIEW Phaze One, 1988
To promote her first album 'Angel Heart', the singer-songwriter looked back on her meteoric rise up the charts.
CHRIS FOREMAN INTERVIEW Guitarist, October 1988
The guitarist of pop legends Madness looked back on the early years of his career circa reunion album, 'The Madness'.
SHEL TALMY INTERVIEW Cut, 1988
The legendary record producer talked about his work with The Who, The Kinks and The Creation.
ACID JAZZ – DOES IT REALLY EXIST? Phaze One, 1988
Just when you thought it was safe to go back onto the dance floor, Acid Jazz appeared in the clubs of London.
THE LA’S INTERVIEW Phaze One, 1988
In conversation with The La’s on the first release of ‘There She Goes’ in 1988.
KISS INTERVIEW Phaze One, 1988
Those crazy, crazy nights backstage at the Wembley Arena with Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons of Kiss.
BIG COUNTRY INTERVIEW Well Red & Phaze One, 1988
Tony Butler and Bruce Watson of Big Country discussing their masterplan to conquer the Soviet Union.
BILLY BRAGG INTERVIEW Phaze One, November 1988
Promoting his ‘Worker's Playtime' album in 1988, Billy Bragg was only just ‘waiting for the great leap forward’.
EDDIE PHILLIPS INTERVIEW Guitarist, March 1988
The guitarist of Sixties pop art mods The Creation took some time out to look back his career as a musician.
BOYS WONDER INTERVIEW Scootering, August 1987
A clash of three generations of 'yob rock', the Boy Wonder were very nearly the best band in the world.