The Men They Couldn’t Hang
Interview by Andy Gill, Rock's Backpages audio, 1990
From the Groundhogs to the Stone Roses: the music-industry legend narrates his journey from '60s Denmark Street to '90s Madchester via United Artists Records; talks about Hawkwind and Dr. Feelgood, signing the Stranglers and Buzzcocks, Radar Records and F-Beat, Nick Lowe and Elvis Costello, Demon Records and the CD/catalogue revolution; Silvertone Records and the Stone Roses... and the many changes in the music business over the years.
File format: mp3; file size: 60.7mb, interview length: 1h 03' 12" sound quality: ***
List of articles in the library
Live Review by David Quantick, New Musical Express, 25 August 1984
'JUST LIKE Eddie', 'Whiskey In The Jar', 'A Boy Named Sue', 'Rawhide', 'The Green Fields Of France'... is it, dear reader, one of your witty ...
Interview by Sean O'Hagan, New Musical Express, 2 March 1985
A FEW YEARS BACK, if someone had told me that an English pop group would record Eric Bogie's 'The Green Fields Of France', that it ...
Live Review by Jack Barron, Sounds, 29 June 1985
"JESUS WEPT," from St Mark's Gospel is, I'm assured, the shortest verse in The Bible. That his Divinity did so over this event when 40,000 people decamped ...
Interview by Len Brown, New Musical Express, 7 May 1988
Shiver yer timbers and splice yer mainbrace! THE MEN THEY COULDN'T HANG have just spirited up their first long player Waiting For Bonaparte. LEN BROWN ...
back to LIBRARY