List of articles in the library
Lorraine Ellison: Stay With Me (Warner Bros.-7 Arts WS 1821); Cold Blood: Cold Blood (San Francisco SD 200)
Review by John Morthland, Rolling Stone, 7 February 1970
ON THE surface, Lorraine Ellison and Cold Blood's lead singer Lydia Pense seem to have a lot in common. Both have fine, soulful voices, and ...
Singles from the Who, Otis Redding, Small Faces, Lorraine Ellison and more
Review by Penny Valentine, Disc and Music Echo, 12 November 1966
WHO PLUS BATMAN: A MINI BONANZA! ...
Roll with the Punches: An Interview with Jerry Ragovoy
Interview by Dan Nooger, Record Collector, May 2017
The late Jerry Ragovoy wrote and arranged some of the greatest records of the last century. This unpublished interview by Dan Nooger found him recalling ...
Lorraine Ellison: Big Sound With Soul
Interview by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 14 October 1966
NO ONE IS happier that Frank Sinatra married Mia Farrow than Lorraine Ellison. Lorraine's current single, 'Stay With Me', has its big, big sound because ...
Lorraine Ellison: Lorraine Ellison (Warner Bros.); Tracy Nelson: Tracy Nelson (Atlantic)
Review by Loraine Alterman, The New York Times, 15 September 1974
A Rising Star Needs a Setting ...
Lorraine Ellison: Heart And Soul
Profile and Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 8 October 1974
David Nathan talks to the 'Stay With Me' lady, who's set to unleash her talents and become much more than just a singers' singer ...
Lorraine Ellison: Lorraine Ellison
Review by Bob Woffinden, New Musical Express, 7 September 1974
THE STORY so far: in 1966 Lorraine Ellison made one vast contribution to popular mythology with 'Stay With Me, Baby', unquestionably a classic (maybe this ...
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