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Ducks Deluxe

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Ducks Deluxe: Ducks Deluxe (RCA)

Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 9 March 1974

AT LAST the pub rock bands are getting onto record, after months of being scrutinised by A&R men, publicists and journalists. Was it all worth ...

Ducks Deluxe: Ducks Deluxe

Review by Gary Sperrazza!, Shakin' Street Gazette, June 1974

FROM THE PUBS of England and Wales they come, weaned on the music of early rock 'n' roll, playing for pittance and sweat. till all ...

Ducks Deluxe: Ducks Deluxe

Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, July 1974

DUCKS DELUXE is the first of the Americanophilic British bands (including Bees Make Honey, Gypsy, the defunct Help Yourself, and the ever-delightful Brinsley Schwarz) to ...

Ducks Deluxe: Ducks Deluxe

Review by Greg Shaw, Rolling Stone, 18 July 1974

A FEW YEARS AGO, some English pubs began presenting live bands as a free service to their patrons. Since there have never been enough outlets ...

Ducks Deluxe: Man in the Moon, London

Live Review by Jonh Ingham, New Musical Express, 15 February 1975

THE DUCKS ARE one of the few '70s bands that have the power to redefine rock and make it a vibrant life force once more, ...

Letter from Britain: New Bands Hit The Pubs (And The Charts)

Report by Jonh Ingham, Creem, May 1975

"IT'S 1975, OKAY, and all across London town, hey hey," or something like that. It's not so much a case of no fun as a ...

Pub Rock: Grass Roots On the Other Side of the Fence

Overview by Bud Scoppa, Crawdaddy!, October 1975

IN BRITAIN during the late '60s and early '70s, while rock 'n roll was being transformed into Big Business, a network of bands sprang up ...

Ducks Deluxe: Ducks Deluxe

Retrospective by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, 16 July 1977

In which SOUNDS people bring long-ignored or deleted albums to your attention ...

The Glory That Was Pub Rock

Retrospective by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, 26 November 1977

"Before pub rock people used to think the ideal gig was somewhere like Guildford Civic where you could sit cross-legged and watch King Crimson pan ...

Pub Rock

Overview by Paul Yamada, Terminal Zone, 1978

TO THOSE OF US here in the states, the period of so called 'Pub Rock' in the UK, which lasted at least 6 years, and ...

The Damned, Rockpile, Ducks Deluxe: Venue, London

Live Review by Ian Birch, Melody Maker, 13 January 1979

DESPITE THE eleventh hour location change, the Venue was packed. ...

see also Motors, The

see also Rumour, The

see also Tyla Gang

see also Sean Tyla


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