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Everything But The Girl

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Everything But The Girl: Cole Minors

Interview by Mark Cooper, Record Mirror, 7 August 1982

  THE NAME comes from a furniture store in Hull, the tune from the songbook of the master, Cole Porter. Everything But The Girl's version of ...

Everything But The Girl: Eden (bianco y negro BYN 2)

Review by Betty Page, Record Mirror, 9 January 1984

Quiet riot ...

Everything But The Girl: Eden (Blanco Y Negro)

Review by Don Watson, New Musical Express, 4 August 1984

CONCEIVED IN the bedroom (as was much great music) Eden has been hermetically sealed so none of its sensitivity should leak out in transit, and ...

Wham!, Style Council et al: Miners' Benefit Finale, Royal Festival Hall, London

Live Review by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 22 September 1984

SLAG! ...

Everything But The Girl: Take The Melancholy Strain

Interview by Paolo Hewitt, New Musical Express, 1 December 1984

PUT SIMPLY, I wanted more than just a musical chit chat. ...

Everything But The Girl: Everything But The Girl (Sire)

Review by Roy Trakin, Creem, April 1985

YOU GREW UP on rock 'n' roll. You listened to ‘Rag Doll’ on a tiny transistor underneath your pillow and saw the Beatles on Ed ...

Everything But The Girl: Tracey Goes To Dollywood

Interview by Lucy O'Brien, New Musical Express, 23 August 1986

"Rob, our drummer, turned up to the first rehearsal with the idea we were vaguely bossa nova-ish. The first thing I said was, 'D'you like ...

Everything But the Girl: Shining Bright

Profile by Barney Hoskyns, unpublished, 1988

ONE OF THE few good things about the British pop scene in 1988 is that the subtle and reflective music of boy-girl duo Everything But ...

Tracey Thorn: Doctorate feelgood

Interview by Lucy O'Brien, The Guardian, 10 August 1988

A daughter of punk, Tracey Thorn is riding high in the pop charts. But academia looms just as large in her life ...

Everything But The Girl: Walking Wounded (Virgin)****

Review by Sheryl Garratt, The Guardian, May 1996

ONCE KNOWN by cynics as Everything But A Laugh, Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn spent much of the Eighties exploring the lonely outer fringes of ...

Everything But the Girl: The Rebirth of Cool

Interview by Susan Corrigan, i-D, May 1996

Dismissed, despondent, near death... last year Everything But The Girl were missing in action. Then along came 'Missing'. Now they're back with a brilliant album ...

Everything But The Girl: Walking Wounded (Virgin/All formats)

Review by Andy Crysell, New Musical Express, 4 May 1996


Everything But The Girl: We Want To Be Togethurr…

Interview by David Quantick, Q, July 1996

LUXEMBOURG IS not, it may be safely said, the most exciting country in the world. Even the national anthem is reduced to banging on about ...

Everything But The Girl: Forum, London

Live Review by Lucy O'Brien, The Guardian, 20 November 1999

Smooth grooves ...

Tracey Thorn: Everything and More

Profile and Interview by Sheryl Garratt, Daily Telegraph, 24 February 2007

Tracey Thorn is the voice of Everything But The Girl, one of pop's most enduring partnerships. Seven years after retreating from music to raise her ...

Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt: Everything But The Grief

Profile and Interview by Dorian Lynskey, The Guardian, 26 May 2010

They wrote sad songs, survived serious illness and fell out of love with pop. Now Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt are back. ...

see also Tracey Thorn


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