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Dick Heckstall-Smith

Dick Heckstall-Smith

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Dick Heckstall-Smith (2001)

Interview by Steve Roeser, Rock's Backpages Audio, Spring 2001

Tenor-man Heckstall-Smith takes us on a trip through the Brit blues boom with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, Alexis Korner, Graham Bond and Cyril Davis, through to Colosseum.

File format: mp3; file size: 38.7mb, interview length: 42' 18" sound quality: * (phoner)

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A Conversation With Alexis Korner

Interview by John Pidgeon, unpublished, 15 November 1971

This is a straight transcription of John Pidgeon's interview with Alexis Korner from November 1971 ...

Dick Heckstall-Smith: At Last The Leader Of The Band

Interview by Andrew Tyler, Disc, 1 July 1972

HE'S ABOUT five miles high and not coming down: "I feel as if I've got wings growing out of my ankles. Part of me is ...

Dick Heckstall-Smith: He Didn't Make A Million...

Interview by Brian Case, New Musical Express, 28 January 1978

Although he paid a lot of dues — with Korner, Bond, Mayall, Colosseum and a handful of Rolling Stones — veteran R 'n' B tenorman ...

Dick Heckstall-Smith: Sax Blue

Interview by Harry Shapiro, BluePrint, December 1997

DICK HECKSTALL-Smith is one of the greatest R&B saxophonists in the world. His musical career started at university, in Cambridge, and he has played with ...

Dick Heckstall-Smith

Interview by Harry Shapiro, BluePrint, August 2001

Dick Heckstall-Smith: the unbearable lightness of being...or how one of the great unsung giants of jazz inspired a blues album, by Harry Shapiro ...

see also Colosseum

see also Alexis Korner


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