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Mighty Baby

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Mighty Baby: The Five Year Pregnancy

Interview by Mark Williams, International Times, 15 August 1969

ROGER TELLS the story with the quiet resignation of someone who has been fucked about so much that it really doesn't matter any more. ...

Mighty Baby: Mighty Baby (HOLS 6002 Head Records)

Review by Mark Williams, International Times, 6 November 1969

MIGHTY BABY are unique In having, over a period of five years, transmuted from a good Moddy (Skinhead)?) soul/pop group into a brilliant electric contemporary ...

Mighty Baby: Mighty Baby (Head stereo playable mono. HDLS 6002. 39s. lid.)

Review by Richard Green, New Musical Express, 29 November 1969

MIGHTY BABY comprises five young men who have been playing in various groups for a number of years and who have now combined to produce ...

Action Grow Into a Mighty Baby

Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 20 December 1969

IS THIS the career for you? Twenty pounds a week, uncertain prospects and no luncheon vouchers. The life of a rock drummer is not necessarily ...

The Rolling Stones, Mighty Baby, Shakin' Stevens and the Sunsets: Saville Theatre, London

Live Review by Lon Goddard, Record Mirror, 20 December 1969

TO REFUTE some of the idiotic ravings of national press reviewers, the Rolling Stones had no trouble stirring up the atmosphere at London's Saville Theatre ...

Mighty Baby: A Jug Of Love (Blue Hori­zon)

Review by Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, 30 October 1971

MIGHTY BABY have been around for an awful long time, and owing to contractual problems which have re­stricted their recording activities, they have very little ...

Mighty Baby: From Infancy To Adolescence

Interview by Andy Childs, ZigZag, December 1973

REMEMBER Mighty Baby? Got their records? If the name sounds familiar but you've never heard them, then you've missed out on easily one of the ...

see also Ace

see also Action, The

see also Chilli Willi & The Red Hot Peppers


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