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Moe Tucker

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Maureen Tucker: "Quiet, Mommy's Recording"

Interview by Byron Coley, New York Rocker, July 1980

I GUESS THERE must be people out there who aren't aware of who Mo Tucker is. If you're one of them, listen up: MAUREEN TUCKER ...

Moe Tucker/Half Japanese: Powerhaus, London

Live Review by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, 8 April 1989

THEY’RE ALL HERE tonight, convened in a spirit of slackwitted sentimentally: Morrissey (summoned, rumour has it, by the "great lady" herself, who admires his work), ...

Maureen Tucker: Life in Exile After Abdication (50 Skidillion Watts)

Review by Rob Tannenbaum, Rolling Stone, 5 October 1989

MAUREEN TUCKER was the Ringo Starr of the Velvet Underground — an unschooled drummer whose hard, unadorned, idiosyncratic style was an irreplaceable element of the ...

Moe Tucker: One Woman Named Moe

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, February 1992

FORMER Velvet Underground drummer Moe Tucker’s life seems to have involved two passionate commitments: to music and motherhood. Her reminiscences, though, often come round to ...

Moe Tucker: Tucker's Luck

Interview by Richard North, Siren, February 1992

"Like Virginia Woolf, I am aware of the women who are not with us here because they are washing the dishes and looking after the ...

Velvet Underground: No Moe Reunions

Report and Interview by Max Bell, Vox, February 1992

MAUREEN TUCKER, drummer and mother of five, has scotched rumours concerning any further Velvet Underground reunions. ...

the primer: The Velvet Underground

Overview by Biba Kopf, Wire, The, June 2000

A bi-monthly series in which we offer a user’s guide to the recordings of some of our favourite musicians. This month, Biba Kopf looks beyond ...

see also Velvet Underground, The


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