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Andrew Loog Oldham

Andrew Loog Oldham

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Andrew Loog Oldham: Secrets Of The Stones' Man

Interview by David Griffiths, Record Mirror, 15 August 1964

The Stones are no longer a challenge... they need no pushing... the Andrew Oldham Orchestra doesn't exist ...

What Has Truth Got To Do With Pop?

Comment by uncredited writer, Record Mirror, 13 March 1965


Rolling Stone Oldham: Talented, Insulting, Outrageous

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 5 August 1966

ROLLING STONES manager Andrew Loog Oldham is on the move and as usual with this ubiquitous personality ("The Beach Boys' new single is not dedicated ...

Andrew Loog Oldham: Mr. Sharpie

Interview by Jon Tiven, Sounds, 1 June 1974

MOST OF the top recording business entrepreneurs from the Sixties have their little niches all carved out for them. ...

Andrew Loog Oldham

Interview by Dave Schulps, Trouser Press, June 1978

ONE OF THE most interesting personalities of the first decade of British rock was the Rolling Stones' sharp-tongued, red-headed manager, Andrew Loog Oldham. ...

Andrew Loog Oldham: "Charlie's Good Tonight, Innit?"

Interview by Paul Moody, New Musical Express, 1 May 1993

Cancel room service! The man who styled and managed those grubby pop hopefuls The Rolling Stones — forever staining the world with the concept of ...

Andrew Loog Oldham: The Rolling Stones' First Manager And Producer

Interview by Dave Thompson, Goldmine, 24 November 1995

THERE ARE only a handful of rock managers who truly deserve the epithet great, those whose reputations have lived on long after the sell-by date ...

Andrew Loog Oldham

Interview by Stephen Dalton, Uncut, June 2000

As manager of The Rolling Stones for most of the Sixties, ANDREW LOOG OLDHAM became almost as famous as the band themselves. Modelling himself on ...

The Backpages Interview: Andrew Loog Oldham

Interview by Harvey Kubernik, Rock's Backpages, January 2001

Last year saw the UK publication of Stoned, a wonderfully insightful film/fashion/music overview of the first Britpop era (1960-1964) by Andrew Loog Oldham, perhaps best ...

Andrew Loog Oldham… And The Salty Tale Of Sandy Beach

Retrospective by Dave Thompson, Goldmine, 2002

POP STARDOM is about creating myths and sticking to them. ...

see also Rolling Stones, The


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