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Foundations, The

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Before This Record, We Were Just What You'd Call 'Bums' Say The Foundations

Interview by Derek Boltwood, Record Mirror, 11 November 1967

IT'S ENOUGH to make psychedelia and Flower Power turn in its grave. I mean, how dare a group like the Foundations have the effrontery to ...

Alan Smith Finds Foundations An Unusual 'Bunch'

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 10 February 1968

THE BEATLES had it. So did Gerry "Engelbert Humperdinck" Dorsey, the Four Tops and Tom Jones. I'm talking about faith — an artist's faith in ...

Foundation Clem Reveals Popland's 'Black Spots'

Interview by Richard Green, New Musical Express, 9 March 1968

MENTION SCOTLAND to Clem Curtis and he grimaces. Mention Ireland and you get an "Oh man" reply, with an anguished expression. But mention Amsterdam and ...

Big Night For The Bee Gees: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Keith Altham, Richard Green, New Musical Express, 6 April 1968

Concert review by Keith Altham ...

Stevie Wonder, The Foundations, The Flirtations: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Royston Eldridge, Melody Maker, 15 March 1969

Stevie's a big star now ...

Foundations Aren't Going To Desert The British Public

Interview by Royston Eldridge, Melody Maker, 29 March 1969

THE FOUNDATIONS aren't going to permanently desert these shores for the richer pickings across the Atlantic even though they're only now losing the title of ...

Ups and Downs of the Foundations in America

Interview by Lon Goddard, Record Mirror, 21 June 1969

YOU'VE HEARD of the Original this and the Fabulous that — cases of established names being lifted from top U.S. groups and used on imitation ...

Foundations Want To Progress

Interview by Roger St. Pierre, Top Pops, 9 August 1969

And Colin wants to develop into a ballad singer. Smoother, more sophisticated styling for their new single, 'Born To Live'. ...

Various Artists: Buttercups and Rainbows – The Songs of Macaulay and Macleod

Sleeve notes by Kieron Tyler, Castle Music, September 2001

TONY MACAULAY and John Macleod had the Midas touch. When their 'Baby Now That I've Found You' hit number in November 1967 it was replaced ...


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