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A Maze In Grace

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 16 August 1977

Maze are recognised as Capitol's premier jazz band; but they really cut right across the board and sell to disco, funk, pop and rock fans ...

Maze: Maze (Capitol)

Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, 1 October 1977

ALTHOUGH THIS is the seven-piece group's first album as Maze they've each paid dues in various guises for years. It shows. With one concerted effort ...

The Golden Days Of Maze

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 11 April 1978

It took Maze around nine months to go gold with their debut album but their second set has equalled that feat in just six weeks ...

Maze: The 'Inspiration' Behind Maze

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 8 May 1979

B&S raps to Maze leader Frankie Beverly who reveals the formula behind their 'rapid' rise to stardom. ...

Maze featuring Frankie Beverly: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Richard Williams, The Times, 25 March 1982

ONE COOL dude, in shiny black from boots to leather baseball cap, Frankie Beverly was plainly the most surprised man in Hammersmith this week. Without ...

A Funk-Lite Labyrinth: Maze

Report and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, 27 March 1982

FRANKIE BEVERLY’S eight-man Maze could have come to Europe at any time in the last two years and met with the same phenomenal response they ...

Touring Talent Sacrifices Luxury For Livelihood

Report by Vernon Gibbs, Billboard, 5 June 1982

Revert To '60s Packaging ...

Maze: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Paul Sexton, Record Mirror, 11 May 1985

STILL A minority soul group? Seven full houses at Hammersmith is some minority... Maze's continued absence from the crossover crew makes it easy for the ...


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