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Dory Previn

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Surviving All Odds: Dory Previn

Interview by Penny Valentine, Sounds, 16 December 1972

WHEN DORY Previn wrote: "I no longer plead with heaven or go rummaging in books for the answers to the questions life contains", she had ...

Dory Previn: Madness, Fear and the Demons Inside

Interview by James Johnson, New Musical Express, 5 May 1973

AT THE END of the Dory Previn concert at Carnegie Hall, a couple of New Yorkers are standing near the exit, one whispering to the ...

Record World Forum: Three Artists on the New Consciousness

Interview by Loraine Alterman, Record World, 19 May 1973

Carly Simon, Dory Previn and Mary Travers are three major artists whose work and lives exemplify the independent role women are assuming in society. As ...

Dory Previn: Dory Previn (Warner Bros.)

Review by Loraine Alterman, The New York Times, 8 September 1974

The Perceptive Songs Of Dory Previn ...

Dory Previn's Songs: Many Sides Now

Interview by Loraine Alterman, Rolling Stone, 21 November 1974

LOS ANGELES — Forget about her fear of flying. It's still easy to understand why Dory Previn is reluctant to travel from her comfortable home ...

Dory Previn: Children Of Coincidence And Harpo Marx (Warner Bros.) ****

Review by Barbara Charone, Sounds, 3 April 1976

OF THE RANDY Newman/Harry Nilsson school of absurdist, black comedy, Dory Previn unleashes her cryptic wit and dry tongue once again. Hallelujah! Dory Previn albums ...

Dory Previn: Fairfield Halls, Croydon

Live Review by Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 21 May 1977

DORY PREVIN arouses my sympathy, but she doesn't excite my empathy. However much I may agree with what she is telling us about woman's condition ...

Remembering Dory Previn

Memoir by Loraine Alterman, Rock's Backpages, February 2012

MY DEAR FRIEND of nearly 40 years, Dory Previn, died last week. She was a great songwriter who exposed her deep feelings about love ...


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