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An Interview with Rod Argent

Interview | International Musician & Recording World, Mar 1975

Battersea Rock

Feature | Topic: Recording Studios | International Musician & Recording World, Apr 1975
Ramport Studios

Strat Stories

Interview | International Musician & Recording World, Apr 1975

Francis Rossi

Interview | International Musician & Recording World, Apr 1975

JJ's Evolution

Interview | Topic: Music Business | International Musician & Recording World, May 1975

Emerson/Moog

Interview | International Musician & Recording World, Jun 1975

Pink Floyd

Interview | International Musician & Recording World, Oct 1975

Floyd's Wright — on keyboards, lessons and the band

Alan Price

Interview | International Musician & Recording World, Oct 1975

Portrait of the artist as a (suffering) young man

Harvey Andrews

Interview | International Musician & Recording World, Oct 1975

Why you can't keep a good man down... can you?

Ginger Baker

Interview | International Musician & Recording World, Dec 1975

Thoughts from the cream of Britain's drummers.

Peter Gabriel - Behind The Mask

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jan 1987

Nobody has advanced the application of technology in music more than Peter Gabriel. His pioneering use of the Fairlight CMI helped popularise that instrument and give credence to sampling as a creative recording practice. Yet his music has never fallen prey to the technology trap - his latest album So remains a soulful collection of songs heavily reliant on technology but applied with subtlety. Ray Hammond talks to the great man about the album, new technology, Otis Redding, and his role as musician.

 

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