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Gentle Giant

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Gentle Giant: Santa Monica Civic, Los Angeles

Live Review by Anne Moore, Los Angeles Free Press, 28 February 1975

AFTER SIX ALBUMS and three national tours, Gentle Giant has finally made it to headline concert status. Sure, they played the Whisky to sell-out crowds ...

Gentle Giant: Free Hand (Chrysalis); Hustler: Play Loud (A&M); Thin Lizzy: Fighting (Vertigo)

Review by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, 27 September 1975

The Great 8-Furlong Three-Year-Old Handicap: Giant a cert at Newmarket ...

Acquiring the Giant Taste

Retrospective by Jim Green, Trouser Press, April 1976

Following in the footsteps of GENTLE GIANT ...

Gentle Giant

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 1 May 1976

Well, we've had the wheel, sliced bread, the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and now Big Phil Sutcliffe's copped the newie...Yep, it's Gentle Giant's eighth ...

Gentle Giant: Giant Steps

Interview by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, 8 May 1976

RETURNING HOME TO England has always been a bit of a comedown for Gentle Giant. ...

Yes, Peter Frampton, Gentle Giant, Gary Wright: Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim CA

Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 19 July 1976

Yes, Frampton in Rock Concert ...

Gentle Giant: Live — Playing The Fool (Chrysalis)****

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 29 January 1977

YES, FOR the first time on record you too can hear Gentle Giant play a bum note! In fact not one but several, together with ...

Gentle Giant: The Missing Piece

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 27 August 1977

GENTLE GIANT crave recognition in their homeland with a longing which at times borders on the pathetic. For all their success in the States and ...

Gentle Giant: Giant For A Day

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 30 September 1978

THIS GENTLE Giant album could present you with some difficulty and even expense. The problem is that you'll have to set your record player up ...

Gentle Giant: I Lost My Head – Chrysalis Years (1975-1980)

Sleeve notes by Daryl Easlea, (Chryalis Records), 2012

I'M STILL NOT sure what the word "contrapuntal" means. But that and "pretentious" were two words I learned as a teenage Gentle Giant fan in ...

see also Simon Dupree and the Big Sound


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