Interview by Steve Roeser, Rock's Backpages audio, July 2008
Buzzy tells Roeser about Dino Valenti, and getting the words to 'Get Together' wrong; he also looks back on his time at New York's Café au Go Go and its rogueish owner Howard Solomon, the Lenny Bruce bust and more; getting Son House drunk on whiskey; the failure of his band the Seventh Sons; jamming with Jimi Hendrix; getting stranded in England... and the abject failure of his solo album.
File format: mp3; file size: 40.5mb, interview length: 42' 03" sound quality: ** (phoner)
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Review by Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, 4 May 1974
POOR OLD Buzzy. So long as he stayed part of that New York trip, I always felt he had a chance — with the inspiration ...
Review by Steve Roeser, hollywoodconcerts.com, December 2009
THIS WAS Buzzy Linhart's first album, released in the late '60s, and Buzzy (with a big assist from his partner, Art Berggren) re-issued it himself ...
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