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Phil Manzanera/801: 801 Live (Island)****

Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, 30 October 1976

THURSDAY September 2, 1976. British Left-Fielders' night out at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. It was 801's second and last gig (the other was ...

Eno, Phil Manzanera et al.: 801 Live

Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, June 1977

I'D WAGER that the market for import albums is sustained primarily by fanciers of various exotic genres (Kraut-rock, pub-rock, punk-rock, zen-rock, bla-bla-bla). Some of this ...

801: Listen Now (Island)

Review by Jon Savage, Sounds, 15 October 1977

I DON'T know what I expected, but I thought it would be good (I mean credentials: Roxy Music/ Eno/'Diamond Head/’Tomorrow Never Knows'/Nico/etc.) but this wasn't ...

Phil Manzanera / 801: Victoria Palace, London

Live Review by Paul Rambali, New Musical Express, 29 October 1977

THERE IS something to be said for the notion that Phil Manzanera's music, as such, doesn't exist. Listening to it is like watching a chameleon ...

Phil Manzanera/801: Listen Now (Polydor)

Review by Stephen Demorest, Rock Scene, October 1978

PHIL MANZANERA is one of those talented guitarists who speak much more eloquently with their hands than with their mouths. His "message" lyrics bemoaning the ...

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