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McGuinness Flint

McGuinness Flint

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McGuinness Flint — We're Not Out To Prove Anything

Interview by Richard Green, New Musical Express, 16 January 1971

THE FURTHEST thing from the minds of members of McGuinness Flint when they first started recording was to release a single, they felt that their ...

McGunness Flint: My Goodness, McGuinness!

Interview by Keith Altham, Record Mirror, 16 January 1971

TOM McGUINNESS has been upon us now for many, many years, peering through little circular windows in a kindly and benign manner at the journalese ...

McGuinness Flint: Happy Birthday, Ruthy Baby

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rolling Stone, 28 October 1971

ON THEIR SECOND album, McGuinness Flint have sunk into a mire of vapid eclecticism rather than develop a unified style. Meaning this: rather than be ...

McGuinness Flint: Lo & Behold

Review by Jon Tiven, Rolling Stone, 19 July 1973

JIMI HENDRIX, Jeff Beck, the Byrds, Blue seems that everyone in the world has taken a Bob Dylan song to great heights at one ...

McGuinness Flint: McGuinness Is Still Good For You

Profile and Interview by Tony Stewart, New Musical Express, 20 October 1973

McGUINNESS FLINT should now be regarded as an emerging new band – and an exceptionally good one at that. But instead they're being cautiously measured ...

see also Gallagher & Lyle


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