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Green On Red

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Green On Red: Town & Country, London

Live Review by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 10 April 1989

IT WAS one of those nights. "Poor old Dan," wailed Dan Stuart, leading the new-look Green On Red into waters apparently uncharted by much rehearsal. ...

Green On Red: Living for Tomorrow

Interview by Alan di Perna, BAM, 8 November 1983

FOLK ROCK — that distinctly American, never-quite-homogeneous blend of down-home traditions and youthful rebellion. The acid-ridden stepchild of a bygone decade? A cultural curio? If ...

Green on Red: The Killer Inside Me (Mercury) **

Review by Don Waller, Los Angeles Times, 10 May 1987


Green On Red: Gas Food Lodging

Review by Edwin Pouncey, Sounds, 18 May 1985

ALL OF a sudden, it’s a-happening. Seems like every LA outfit that you ever read about in these pages moons ago is over here with ...

Green On Red: No Free Lunch; Rain Parade: Crashing Dream

Review by Ira Robbins, Creem, July 1986

I HAVE ALWAYS attempted to give Los Angeles the benefit of the doubt as regards music. All right, so maybe I've never quite gotten over ...

Echo & The Bunnymen, Ian Dury et al: Glastonbury CND Festival, Pilton, Somerset

Live Review by Jack Barron, Sounds, 29 June 1985

"JESUS WEPT," from St Mark's Gospel is, I'm assured, the shortest verse in The Bible. That his Divinity did so over this event when 40,000 people decamped ...

Green On Red: Scapegoats

Review by Michele Kirsch, Select, April 1991

MORE TWISTED tales from the cynical heart of America between the wars (Vietnam and this one), or at least between girlfriends — the weird ones. ...

Green On Red: Ugly But Honest

Profile and Interview by Ralph Traitor, Sounds, 28 January 1989

DAN STUART IS about to take his beat-up '65 Dodge across a Tucson railway crossing when a Southern Pacific freight train begins crawling by. Stuart ...

Green On Red: Paisley Source

Retrospective and Interview by Rob Hughes, Uncut, October 2002


Jim Dickinson and the New Low-Fi

Interview by Tony Scherman, Musician, November 1987

Wherein a dangerous redneck weirdo becomes studio godfather to post-punk's finest. ...

see also Danny and Dusty

see also Chuck Prophet


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