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Pat Benatar: In The Heat Of The Night (Chrysalis CHR 1236) ***

Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 10 November 1979

INVENTING YOUR own personality is one thing, having someone else do it for you is another ball game. ...

Pat Benatar: Wonder Woman meets ZZ Top

Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 8 December 1979

The PAT BENATAR experience defined by SANDY ROBERTSON ...

Pat Benatar: Old Waldorf, San Francisco

Live Review by Mark Cooper, Record Mirror, 23 February 1980

PAT BENATAR is on her way — American style. She is exactly the kind of performer who points to the huge difference between English and ...

Pat Benatar: In the Heat of the Night (Chrysalis)

Review by Laura Fissinger, Rolling Stone, 3 April 1980

THIS STORY'S so ancient it barely has the strength to be told. When those that ain't got finally get, they start pulling the same tricks ...

A Piece Of the Rock: The Pat Benatar Band Has Finally Got It

Interview by Richard Harrington, The Washington Post, 8 October 1980

"FOR THE past five days I can't go to a restaurant without somebody coming up to me and saying 'Aren't you Pat Benatar?' That's the ...

Pat Benatar: Dominion, London

Live Review by Mick Brown, The Guardian, 20 October 1980

AN EVENING with Pat Benatar is an instructive experience in the nature of the huge and seemingly unbridgeable gulf which now separates contemporary rock music ...

Pat Benatar: Crimes of Passion (Chrysalis)

Review by Richard Riegel, Creem, December 1980

YOU'VE PROBABLY heard much of this album on the radio already, maybe you've gone ahead and bought it (I see that the album's now #5 ...

Pat Benatar: Fire And Loathing

Report and Interview by Pete Makowski, Sounds, 12 September 1981

Can Pat Benatar survive the American Rock Business? ...

Pat Benatar: Precious Time (Chrysalis) **

Review by Laura Fissinger, Rolling Stone, 29 October 1981

Spandex ballet ...

Pat Benatar: Hot L Baltimore's (Not Just) For Children: Nice Girl Finishes First & Demands Recount

Report by Richard Riegel, Creem, November 1981

COLUMBIA, MARYLAND, is a "planned community" nestled among scads of functional greenery, midway between Baltimore and Washington D.C. Columbia was laid out according to the ...

Pat Benatar: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Chas de Whalley, Kerrang!, 10 February 1983

INSIDE THE kovers of Kerrang! the kontroversy kontinues: is she a bona-fide heavy rocker or merely an elaborate American fake? Some say her albums beg ...

Pat Benatar: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, 12 February 1983

LIKE THE rest of the full house on Friday night, I was actually looking forward to seeing Pat Benatar, despite our previous encounters on vinyl. ...

Pat Benatar: Tropico Dancer

Interview by John Mendelsohn, Creem, March 1985

ASKED WHAT the most important thing in her life is in the autumn of her fifth year of stardom, Pat(ricia Andrzejwski) Benatar (Geraldo) rapturously replies, ...

Pat Benatar: Seven the Hard Way; Divinyls: What A Life!

Review by Roy Trakin, Creem, April 1986

CHRYSALIS'S TRIED-and-true formula for reforming bad girls has always been to call for producer Mike Chapman, with his updated Spectorisms, and songwriter Holly Knight, with ...

Pat Benatar: A Former Heartbreaker Finds True Love

Interview by Steven P. Wheeler, Music Connection, May 1991

BETWEEN 1979 and 1988, Pat Benatar was rock's reigning queen, releasing six platinum and three gold records. during this nine-year span, the fiery vocalist cracked ...

Pat Benatar: True Love  

Review by Chuck Eddy, Rolling Stone, 27 June 1991

TO HER CREDIT, Pat Benatar has never been a purist. From the beginning, this opera-trained mom has not cared whether you classified her as a ...

Pat Benatar: True Love

Review by Tom Graves, Rock & Roll Disc, August 1991

SOME PEOPLE are labouring under the mistaken notion that Pat Benatar is a rock vocalist. What she really is is a music video ...


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