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Horslips: Well You See, There Was These Five Irishmen...

Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, 28 July 1973

TONY STEWART reports the long, involved story of Horslips    ...

Horslips: Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by Philip Norman, The Times, 12 November 1974

IT IS PLEASANT to report the existence of a band deserving more, rather than less, recognition. Horslips are an Irish quintet whose fondness for the ...

Horslips: Guildford

Live Review by John Tobler, New Musical Express, 27 March 1976

HORSLIPS ARE CURRENTLY between record companies, apparently by their own choice, but unlike thespians, who rest, the group are doing a series of gigs in ...

Rock in Ireland: Rock in the Dark Ages

Report and Interview by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, 15 May 1976

IF OXFAM WERE to adopt the same stategy towards rock starvation as they do towards the plight of the world's hungry, then one of the ...

Horslips On (Almost Everyone But) Horslips

Interview by Ira Robbins, Trouser Press, January 1978

THE FOLLOWING HORSLIPS interview was done in New York in mid-October. It has very little to do with the group or its music, but consists ...

Horslips: Heard The One About Irish Band And The Green Beer?

Report by Andy Gill, New Musical Express, 13 May 1978

No? Read on then, bro'. This is a story of amazing weirdness. You obviously haven't heard about the green underwear either. Or the green Chicago ...

Horslips: The Man Who Built America (DJM)

Review by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, 13 January 1979

HORSLIPS' RECORDING career has been, to say the least, erratic: moments of inventive brilliance meshed with frequent mediocrity. But, at long last, they have emerged ...

Horslips: Sham-Rock 1979

Interview by Jim Green, Trouser Press, July 1979

HORSLIPS AND the new wave? An unlikely topic on the face of it, but Horslips, recently touring here in support of their latest album, The ...

Short Takes: Horslips

Retrospective and Interview by Colin Harper, Record Collector, November 2000

They've come a long way from Tipperary, and now the original Celt rockers have finally regained control of their back catalogue. Lyricist Eamon Carr talks ...


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