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Maggie Bell

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Maggie Bell: Queen of the Night

Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 16 February 1974

MAGGIE BELL'S first solo album is with us at last. It's been a lengthy wait and there have been countless rumours concerning who would be ...

Maggie Bell: Ding Dong Bell!

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 16 February 1974

MUCH LOVED Maggie is back in action, and ringing changes in her career that will reverberate around rock. Miss Bell has been quiet in the ...

Maggie Bell

Interview by Rosalind Russell, Disc, 23 February 1974

MAGGIE BELL, Queen of the Night, is emerging from the dark. She's been off the stage now for over a year, commuting back and forth ...

Led Zeppelin Erect A Kingdom

Report by Stephen Demorest, Circus, March 1974

For months they've laid low in the recording studios preparing their sixth album. But suddenly the whole world was watching as the Christmas season brought them a ...

Maggie Bell: Queen Of The Night (Polydor 2383 239 Super £2.15)

Review by Rosalind Russell, Disc, 2 March 1974

WHAT CAN you say about an album that says it all by itself? Maggie made this album three times and took a year over it, ...

Foghat, Peter Frampton, Maggie Bell: The Academy of Music, New York NY

Live Review by Dan Nooger, The Village Voice, 21 March 1974


Maggie Bell: Queen Of The Night

Review by Michael Gray, Let It Rock, April 1974

THIS REVIEW WAS planned as a joint one, intended to incorporate new albums from Carole King, Buffy St. Marie and other notable women artists. However, ...

Maggie Bell Wants to Sound Like Maggie

Report and Interview by Loraine Alterman, Rolling Stone, 25 April 1974

NEW YORK — "Maggie Bell the Winner, Just the Beginning" read the banner slung across an enormous horseshoe of red carnations. The flowers were set ...

Maggie Bell: Queen of the Night (Atlantic SD 7293)

Review by Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone, 25 April 1974

The Ghost and Maggie Bell ...

Peter Grant: The Man Who Led Zeppelin

Interview by Michael Watts, Melody Maker, 22 June 1974

With a background in wrestling, it's not surprising that Peter Grant is cast as a heavy. And as manager of Led Zep, the legend has ...

Maggie Bell, The Pretty Things: Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 12 October 1974

OKAY, FIRST things first. When Maggie Bell's done a few more gigs (and maybe even a couple more rehearsals) with her new band, then there's ...

Maggie Bell: Suicide Sal

Review by Rob Partridge, Melody Maker, 8 February 1975

IT'S CURIOUS that Maggie Bell still hasn't got her name up there in lights. ...

Maggie Bell: Suicide Sal

Review by Tom Nolan, Phonograph Record, May 1975

WHILE NOT A debut album, Suicide Sal is the LP that signals Maggie Bell's arrival as the fine, powerful singer we had been touted to ...

Maggie Bell: At last the Blues pay off for Maggie

Interview by David Hancock, Evening News, London, 6 May 1978

MAGGIE BELL is currently enjoying her first hit single, which is surprising for someone voted Britain's top female singer in 1972, 73 and 74. ...

see also Stone The Crows


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