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Morphine: Avalon, Boston

Live Review by Ted Drozdowski, Rolling Stone, 14 July 1994

IF LOVE IS a drug and Morphine are a band, this is a strange world. And the power trio, whose Cure for Pain is 1994's ...

Reading Festival, Melody Maker Stage

Live Review by Dave Simpson, Melody Maker, 3 September 1994

SO HERE I am, it's 12.15pm, the f***ing cab driver's turfed me out onto the street. I've got miles to walk to the flamin' festival ...

Morphine: Like Swimming

Review by Ira Robbins, Rolling Stone, 17 April 1997

TEMPTING FATE with a great gimmick, Morphine barreled into the fast lane five years ago, driving a chesty blare of two-string slide bass, baritone sax ...

Morphine: Mark Sandman — Exponent of low rock and low life

Obituary by Tom Cox, The Guardian, 13 July 1999

MARK SANDMAN, who has died aged 46 after collapsing on stage at a gig outside Rome, was the central figure in Morphine, America's premier exponents ...

see also Mark Sandman


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