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Feelies, The

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The Feelies: The Boys With The Perpetual Nervousness

Interview by Richard Grabel, New Musical Express, 15 March 1980

Boys simply don't come more next door then the Feelies, four model citizens of Haledon, New Jersey. Richard Grabel takes an outing to the home ...

The Feelies: Irving Plaza, New York NY

Live Review by Andy Schwartz, New York Rocker, March 1981

THE FEELIES are in trouble. The Feelies are troubled. They have gained an audience (this show was as well-attended as any Irving plaza gig by ...

The Feelies: The Good Earth (Coyote)

Review by Byron Coley, Spin, October 1986

THERE WERE these two guys who lived at a drug dealers' commune in western Idaho in the early '70s. One was named Ace, one was ...

Lou Reed, The Feelies: St James' Theatre, New York NY

Live Review by Tony Fletcher, Record Mirror, 8 April 1989

PROOF MAY no longer be needed that Lou Reed's former group the Velvet Underground are the most influential band in the field of rock 'n' ...

The Feelies: T&C 2, London

Live Review by Push, Melody Maker, 27 May 1989


The Feelies: Crazy Rhythms/The Good Earth

Review by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, October 2009

THE FACT THAT the Feelies came from New Jersey – and complained that driving to Manhattan through the Holland Tunnel gave them headaches – didn't ...

Rick Moody Interviews the Feelies

Interview by Steven R Rosen, Blurt, 10 December 2009

The celebrated novelist and Wingdale Community Singers rocker interviews his favorite band. Blurt takes notes. ...

Anton Fier Profiled (1988): A new career in a new town

Profile by Graham Reid, Elsewhere, 7 June 2010

ANTON FIER was, until recently, a star without a bank account — or manager come to that — and yet at the nucleus of the ...

The Feelies Get Perpetually Nervous All Over Again

Report and Interview by Evelyn McDonnell, The Village Voice, 30 March 2011

SOME PEOPLE pick up guitars and want to be rock stars. Other people pick up guitars because playing music is a cooler hobby than collecting ...

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