Interview by Ira Robbins, Rock's Backpages Audio, 10 July 1992
The ex-Blake Baby talks about breaking up that band; her first solo album Hey Babe; her relationship with the Lemonheads; her songwriting and confessional lyrics; her plans for her next album, and on the impact of Nirvana.
File format: mp3; file size: 34mb, interview length: 35' 24" sound quality: ****
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Review by Rob Tannenbaum, Rolling Stone, 9 July 1992
JULIANA HATFIELD is not the first writer to depict romance as a covert war between supposed allies. A previous generation of singer-songwriters, notably Joni Mitchell ...
Live Review by Ted Drozdowski, Rolling Stone, 20 August 1992
EVAN DANDOand Juliana Hatfield make the kind of garage pop that's kept Boston's collegiate audiences enthralled since 1980, when the local favorites the Neighborhoods recorded ...
Review by Pete Paphides, Melody Maker, 31 July 1993
SHE'S KIND OF complicated, our Juliana. Like in the way most people are complicated. ...
Interview by Carol Clerk, Melody Maker, 13 November 1993
Evan Dando likes to avoid relationships. Juliana Hatfield is a self-confessed virgin. And yet, whatever their sexual orientation, Ev and Jules are indieland's second most ...
Review by Bud Scoppa, Paste, 1 August 2004
ON HER PREVIOUS half-dozen albums, Boston-based Juliana Hatfield has clearly defined her sexy-waif persona through a steady stream of confessional songs filled with vulnerability, uncertainty ...
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