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Anti-Pop Songbirds: The Nightingales

Report and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Spin, October 1985

THE NIGHTINGALES ARE seasoned figures on the English independent scene, epitomizing the doggedly patient and uncompromising outsider. Five years old, they still play tiny clubs-above-pubs ...

Nightingales: We Spit In Your Gravy

Interview by Neil Taylor, New Musical Express, 5 April 1986

So say the reanimated NIGHTINGALES, who've found a new lease of life — on the fiddle. NEIL TAYLOR hears about country life and the strings ...

We've Got A Fuzzbox And We're Gonna Use It, the Nightingales, Ted Chippington: Fuzzed Among Equals

Report and Interview by Cath Carroll, New Musical Express, 2 August 1986

The Vindaloo roadshow blitzes Britain with firm-hold hairspray, firm-hold Fuzzbox parents, lobbed bunnies and drape jackets. Entertaining FUZZBOX, THE NIGHTINGALES and TED CHIPPINGTON are the ...

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