Interview by John Tobler, Rock's Backpages audio, November 1973
The singer-songwriter talks about living in Greenwich Village in the early '60s, and being encouraged as a writer by Bob Dylan; signing to Elektra and recording his first album; his brief band American Patrol; signing to Reprise, and the "company freaks"; making These 23 Days in September; Elliot Roberts, David Geffen, and signing to Asylum; Graham Nash producing Nice Baby and the Angel; gettting his live band together, playing live, and his guitarist and future Eagle Don Felder.
File format: mp3; file size: 62.6mb, interview length: 1h 05' 11" sound quality: ****
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Review by Ben Edmonds, Rolling Stone, 2 March 1972
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Interview by David Rensin, Music World, June 1973
THERE IS SOMETHING about David Blue that screams "Handle With Care." Perhaps a quality attributable to a glass figurine that you hold up to the ...
Profile and Interview by John Tobler, ZigZag, April 1974
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Review by Ian MacDonald, Uncut, December 2001
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Sleeve notes by Richie Unterberger, Collector's Choice Records, 2002
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Book Excerpt by Barney Hoskyns, 'Hotel California' (4th Estate), 2005
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