new interviews online - Lew Williams - The Daddy of Texas Cat Music, Roosevelt "That’s How Strong My Love Is" Jamison, Motown’s Funk Brothers, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Charlie Gracie, Freddie "Boom Boom" Cannon, Beach Boys, Hardrock Gunter, Peter Noone, Spencer Davis Group, Roy Head,The Doors, Electric Prunes, Iron Butterfly, Country Joe McDonald, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Music Machine, Davie Allan & the Arrows, Searchers, Ace Cannon, Kingston Trio

jeudi 17 novembre 2016.

Lew Williams - The Daddy of Texas Cat Music - interview here

Roosevelt Jamison - "That’s How Strong My Love Is" - interview here

Joe Hunter - The First of Motown’s Funk Brothers - interview here

Doug "Cosmo" Clifford, drummer of Creedence Clearwater Revival - interview here

Charlie Gracie - interview here

Freddie "Boom Boom" Cannon - interview here

David Marks, guitarist for the Beach Boys - interview part 1 here, part 2 here

Hardrock Gunter, pioneer of rock and roll - interview here

Peter Noone, of Herman’s Hermits - interview here

Pete York, drummer for the Spencer Davis Group - interview here

Roy Head, Blue-Eyed Soul and Country - interview here

Ray Manzarek, keyboard player of The Doors - interview here

Mark Tulin, bass player of The Electric Prunes - interview here

Lee Dorman, bass player of Iron Butterfly, talks about "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" and many other topics here

see the index of interviews with 1960s psychedelic musicians here

Frank Allen, bassist of The Searchers here

Ace Cannon - "Tuff Saxophone" here

Bob Shane - The Kingston Trio here

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based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
7 Nights Music Communications, 2006