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Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 3 December 1971
THE LAST twelve months have been extremely successful for new female Soul artistes. The most recent success belongs to Chicago's Denise La Salle, whose 'Trapped ...
Denise La Salle: Trapped By A Thing Called Love
Review by Dave Marsh, Creem, May 1972
IF THIS ISN'T THE best soul album this year, someone is going to have to come up with something really amazing. Denise La Salle is ...
Denise LaSalle: Doin' it Right
Interview by Tony Cummings, Black Music, December 1974
DENISE LASALLE is a mass of contradictions. She prefers her music "mean, down-home and funky" but would "like to do a session in Philadelphia". She ...
Denise LaSalle: Under the Influence (ABC)
Review by Joe McEwen, The Village Voice, 11 December 1978
Denise LaSalle: on Top of the Influence ...
Right Place, Right Time: The Return of Denise Lasalle
Report and Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 8 September 1984
DENISE LASALLE THOUGHT her singing career was over three years ago. The blues-soul singer, who appears at the Long Beach Blues Festival Saturday, was a ...
Bobby "Blue" Bland, Denise LaSalle, The Rose Brothers: Saenger Theatre, New Orleans
Live Review by Paul Sexton, Record Mirror, 31 May 1986
THE DEEPER you go into the heart of them ol' United States, the deeper the soul, and way down yonder in N'awlins this kind of ...
Rockin' Sidney and Denise LaSalle: The Toot Toot Route
Report by Mike Atherton, Black Echoes, 20 July 1986
Sidney Simien spent part of 1984 recording new songs at his home studio in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Unremarkable as this information may seem, it was ...
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