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Bonnie Bramlett

Bonnie Bramlett

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Audio interviews

Capricorn Records' Phil Walden (1976)

Interview by Cliff White, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1976

The Capricorn boss talks about his disillusion with soul music after management client Otis Redding's death; his move into white rock with the Allman Brothers Band; the attention brought to southern music as a result; the current state of the Allman Brothers Band; brother Gregg's problems; the Atlanta Rhythm Section; dropping Travis Wammack; Dobie Gray... and Bonnie Bramlett's new album Lady's Choice.

File format: mp3; file size: 25.6mb, interview length: 26' 38" sound quality: **½

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Bonnie Bramlett: Sweet Bonnie Bramlett

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 30 August 1973

Right after switching labels, from Atlantic (which considered the increasingly temperamental pair more trouble than they were worth) to Columbia, the Bramletts separated. The expected ...

Bonnie Bramlett: It's Time

Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, February 1975

DELANEY & BONNIE made a bunch of fine records in rapid succession around the turn of the decade – if anything, the music on such ...

Bonnie Bramlett: The Bottom Line, NYC

Live Review by Mitchell Cohen, Phonograph Record, March 1975

THE PRESSURE is on Bonnie Bramlett now, in a way that it's never been before. As part of a group that served as a way-station ...

Bonnie Bramlett: Kicking Out The Jams

Interview by Kris DiLorenzo, The Aquarian Weekly, 27 October 1976

Lunching with Bonnie Bramlett (a.k.a. "Holler Mouth") is no ordinary trip to the coffeeshop. In fact, an afternoon with Bonnie Bramlett is more like a ...

The Marshall Tucker Band, Grinderswitch, Bonnie Bramlett: Southern Boys, Booze And Boogie

Report by Pete Makowski, Sounds, 27 November 1976

Krautland krumbles to the beat of Macon Georgia. Pete Makowski checks out the Marshall Tucker Band and friends in Hamburg. Bourbon by Jim Bean — peanuts by Jimmy ...

Marshall Tucker Band, Grinderswitch, Bonnie Bramlett: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 4 December 1976

YIHAAHS RANG in the ears when the cowpokes came to town on Saturday night. Huge beefy men burst out of their jeans and hammered away ...

Janis Joplin: Soul Sacrifice

Retrospective and Interview by David Dalton, MOJO, June 2000

She was no victim, but gave herself up to her music – and kept on giving. David Dalton hitches a ride with Janis Joplin, entertainer, ...

see also Delaney & Bonnie


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