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Mark Hollis

Mark Hollis

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Mark Hollis Interview

Interview by Jim Irvin, unpublished, 1998

MARK HOLLIS' self titled debut album was, at one point, going to be a Talk Talk album entitled Mountains Of The Moon, but somewhere between ...

Return from Eden: Mark Hollis

Profile and Interview by Rob Young, The Wire, January 1998

As the prime mover behind Talk Talk, Mark Hollis threw off the shackles of a pop existence to create the bleakest, yet most lyrical orchestral ...

Hi-Elegy: Mark Hollis: Mark Hollis

Review by Paul Moody, New Musical Express, 17 January 1998

BEFORE WE GET to the heart of the matter: Mark Hollis used to be the singer in Talk Talk, a group who began their career ...

Mark Hollis: Composing Himself

Profile and Interview by Andrew Smith, The Sunday Times, 25 January 1998

ANDREW SMITH meets the former Talk Talk singer whose haunting new album marks the next stage in an intriguing musical odyssey.  ...

Mark Hollis on Mark Hollis

Interview by Chris Ingham, MOJO, February 1998

Why all-acoustic this time? ...

Mark Hollis: Mark Hollis

Review by David Bennun, The Guardian, February 1998

FROM 1980S synth-pop with Talk Talk, Mark Hollis is now a solo artist of rare contemplation… It's all gone quiet over here. Mark Hollis has ...

A sacred voice: Mark Hollis sang the English gospel

Comment by Graeme Thomson, The Guardian, 26 February 2019

Talk Talk began as '80s synth-pop stalwarts, but Hollis developed not only what became known as post-rock, but his own transcendent music. ...

Mark Hollis: A life in music

Retrospective by Chris Roberts, Prog, 4 January 2020

A look at the career of the late Talk Talk frontman who died in 2019... ...

see also Talk Talk


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