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Modern Lovers, The

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The Modern Lovers/Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers: The Modern Lovers; Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers

Review by Kris Needs, ZigZag, November 1976

THERE'S SOMETHING LIKE five years between the recording of these two albums, so it comes as little surprise that they're almost totally different in style ...

Ultra-Modern Lovers: Sophomoric Seduction In The Big, Red Apple

Report and Interview by Bob Spitz, Crawdaddy!, January 1977

NEW YORK — It had been pouring for most of two days, but the rain began to let up about four in the afternoon. As ...

Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers: Rock 'n' Roll With The Modern Lovers (Beserkley BSERK9)

Review by Rosalind Russell, Record Mirror, 20 August 1977

Richman: hearing is believing ...

The Modern Lovers: Modern Lovers Live (Beserkley)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 10 December 1977

JONATHAN RICHMAN reminds me irresistibly of Fotherington-Thomas in the old Nigel Molesworth books: forever skipping about burbling "Hello sun, hello trees, hello sky." ...

Jonathan Richman: A Roadrunner For Your Love

Interview by Craig Zeller, New York Rocker, February 1978

I'M STRAIGHT and I used to be in love with Jonathan Richman. Don't get me wrong: I still like him a helluva lot; whether he's ...

The Modern Lovers: The Modern Lovers LP (Rhino)

Review by Byron Coley, Forced Exposure, 1987

THIS RE-ISH of the basic, essential, first Mod Lovers LP also includes 'Government Center' (from the Chartbusters comp), the Warners version of 'I'm Straight' and ...

see also Jonathan Richman


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