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Brand X

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Collins cleans up with Brand X

Interview by Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 10 January 1976

LET'S GET two things very clear at the outset: one, Brand X is a serious, full-time band, not a spare-time excuse for jamming or having ...

Brand X: Unorthodox Behaviour

Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 3 July 1976

SO MANY bands have broken up in the past, or experienced ill-feeling within the ranks because some of the members have felt restricted, tied-down, perhaps, ...

Brand X: Marquee Club, London

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 7 August 1976

IT IS heartening in these disturbing times (as the poet Cedric observed in his massive volume, Away, Dull Cares), to find there are still men ...

Band Breakdown : Brand X

Profile and Interview by Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 28 August 1976

WHEN YOU consider what a prestige gig of world class it is to play Ronnie Scott's, it may seem surprising, even a touch opportunistic, that ...

Brand X: Ronnie Scott's Club, London

Live Review by Richard Williams, The Times, 3 September 1976

UNTIL SEPTEMBER 11th, there is a chance to see, nightly, a man who is arguably the most interesting electric bassist working in popular music. His ...

Genesis: Wind & Wuthering (Atco SD-36-144); Brand X: Unorthodox Behavior (Passport PPSD-98019)

Review by Bruce Malamut, Crawdaddy!, March 1977


Brand X: Marquee Club, London

Live Review by Mick Brown, Sounds, 7 May 1977

"THIS IS our first gig for a while," joked Phil Collins, "so we celebrated by rehearsing this morning." ...

Brand X: Bristol Hippodrome

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 30 September 1978

"BRAKES ARE locked. The steering is jammed!" Peter Robinson wrestled with the steering wheel as he drove like a Dalek around Bristol City centre last ...

Brand X: City Hall, Sheffield

Live Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 30 September 1978

DESPITE ALL your Weather Reports, Coreas, Dukes and such, Brand X remain the sum total of British jazz-rock to reach what might reasonably be termed ...


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