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McGuinness Flint — We're Not Out To Prove Anything

Richard Green, New Musical Express, 16 January 1971

THE FURTHEST thing from the minds of members of McGuinness Flint when they first started recording was to release a single, they felt that their market was the album field. But as it happened, along came 'When I'm Dead And Gone' and it's resultant runaway success looks like helping the group towards their original aim anyway.

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