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Mary Margaret O'Hara

Mary Margaret O'Hara

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Mary Margaret O'Hara (1989)

Interview by Martin Aston, Rock's Backpages Audio, 4 March 1989

The Canadian songstress on the making of her album Miss America: how she co-produces her music; her wildness onstage; comparisons with Van Morrison and Patti Smith; disputes with Virgin Records over her recording direction, and being helped by Joe Boyd; her acting career; about herself as a singer; rock critics' views of her, and on her favourite songs on the album.

File format: mp3; file size: 61mb, interview length: 1h 03' 34" sound quality: ***

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Mary Margaret O'Hara: Mary Mary Quite Contrary

Interview by Michele Kirsch, New Musical Express, 2 December 1989

Gawky Canuck MARY MARGARET O'HARA unfit for Irish TV shock! So should we be flinging her magical-pop-with-freaky-dancing at our kids? Most deffo, reckons MICHELE KIRSCH. ...

Mary Margaret O'Hara: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 18 July 1992

THE NIGHT is only three songs old when a lone, drunken heckler decides he's had enough. "Stop singing, Margaret," he admonishes. "You'd better stop that ...

Mary Margaret O'Hara: Christmas wishes from Canada's psychic singer-songwriter

Interview by Jude Rogers, The Guardian, 5 December 2008

DOWN THE WIRES from Canada comes Mary Margaret O'Hara, her voice as devastatingly delicate as shattering glass. ...


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