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The Archies: The Archies Are Fictional, But Their Success Is Not

Report and Interview by Mike Jahn, The New York Times, 5 November 1969

CRITICS MAY debate whether some rock groups that make hit records should exist at all but what can one say about a hit record made ...

Don Kirshner: I Discovered Carole King

Interview by James Johnson, New Musical Express, 12 February 1972

THEY MOST often call Don Kirshner the King of Bubble-gum. But he's not worrying. Sitting high in his suite at the Dorchester he has the ...

Bubblegum: A Beginners' Guide

Guide by Ken Barnes, Let It Rock, December 1975

ARCHIES: As the Monkees started to slip in late '68, Don Kirshner unveiled his new media blitz – a cartoon show (based on a popular ...

Don Kirshner: The Pop Factory

Profile by Greg Shaw, The History of Rock, 1982

POP FROM THE production line; that seemed to be the story of the late Fifties and early Sixties. But the production line does not inevitably ...

Don Kirshner

Obituary by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 20 January 2011

IT IRKED Don Kirshner, who has died of heart failure aged 76, that he was never inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. ...


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