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John's Children

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John's Children At $3.00 A Minute

Interview by Rochelle Reed, KRLA Beat, 14 January 1967

THE INGREDIENTS for a typical day of work at The BEAT usually consists of six jabbering PR men, five screaming reporters, four clicking typewriters, three ringing telephones, ...

John's Children: First Of The Anti-Lust Groups

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 18 March 1967

JOHN'S CHILDREN, who make their chart debut this week with their own composition 'Just What You Want' (Columbia) are described by their manager Simon Napier ...

Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Them, Beach Boys, Kinks et al: Singles Reviews

Review by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 6 May 1967

A multitude of newies this week including Presley, Dylan, & Beach Boys ...

This Week's Singles: The Kinks, Jimi Hendrix, Beach Boys et al

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 6 May 1967


Andy Ellison Talks About John's Children, Marc Bolan, Jet, Psychedelics, Etc., Etc.

Interview by Dave Schulps, Trans-Oceanic Trouser Press, February 1976

DS: WAS JOHN'S Children your first band? ...

Rock and Roll Heart: Marc Bolan 1947-1977

Obituary by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 24 September 1977

MARC BOLAN was born on September 30, 1947, in Hackney Hospital, East London, the second son of Sid and Phyllis Feld. ...

The Music Game as Played by Simon Napier-Bell — Label Owner, Songwriter, Producer, Manager

Interview by Jim Green, Trouser Press, October 1981

"THE OTHER day I was discussing doing a new kind of record deal for the States. The record companies are going to hate it, but ...

Eyewitness: The 14-Hour Technicolor Dream, April 29, 1967, Alexandra Palace, North London

Retrospective by Johnny Black, Q, June 1995

Pink Floyd, The Soft Machine, The Move... Some of Swinging London's swingiest played at the legendary International Times benefit at Alexandra Palace. Johnny Black rounds up a ...

Various Artists: Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts From The British Empire & Beyond (Rhino) ****

Review by Simon Reynolds, Uncut, October 2001

Golden Wonders: Latest instalment in renowned mid-Sixties rock anthology incorporates long-lost Brits ...

John's Children

Retrospective and Interview by Mark Paytress, MOJO, September 2002

IT'S BEEN SAID THAT IN 1967 MANAGER SIMON Napier-Bell served Marc Bolan with an ultimatum: join The Yardbirds or John's Children. The very idea of ...

see also Marc Bolan

see also Radio Stars

see also Jet (UK)


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