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Paul Anka

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Paul Anka: Paul Anka (Buddah)

Review by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, 1 January 1972

DO YOU HAVE trouble thinking of Paul Anka as anything but a greasy Italian dork from Brooklyn who whined his way adeniodally through a series ...

The Rebirth Of Paul Anka

Profile and Interview by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, 1 September 1974

'People need songs about real, human things...' ...

Paul Anka: The Lonely Boy Grows Up

Interview by Tom Nolan, Rolling Stone, 24 October 1974

RENO — PAUL Anka, on the eve of his 33rd birthday, glides onto the stage of the Headliner Room at Harrah's with the aplomb of ...

Paul Anka: Feelings/Manhattan Transfer: Manhattan Transfer

Review by Simon Frith, Let It Rock, September 1975

FIRST OF ALL there was that punky Canadian kid with the big voice and the tremor that even got to me ("Put your head on ...

Michael McDonald

Interview by Sam Sutherland, Musician, January 1981

Songwriter, keyboardist, arranger, member of the Doobies and owner of The Voice reveals himself as a somewhat reluctant superstar. Thrust into pop music's center stage ...

Paul Anka: Best of Paul Anka

Sleeve notes by Gene Sculatti, Rhino Records, 1986

No 'bout a doubt it, Mr. A has shaken a lot of action. He cut his first hit, a nifty nine-million seller, at fifteen, wrote ...

Paul Anka: Vegas Style – The Best of the Late RCA and Buddah Recordings

Sleeve notes by Colin Escott, Taragon Records, July 2000

WE CATCH PAUL Anka in one of life's in-betweens. He had been one of the biggest stars of the '50s and would spectacularly resurrect his ...

Paul Anka

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, Faber Companion to 20th Century Popular Music, 2001

b. 30 July 1941, Ottawa, Canada ...

Paul Anka's enduring work has ranged from Sinatra to Nirvana

Interview by Jim Sullivan, Cape Cod Times, 1 August 2015

"I'M 98 YEARS OLD!" he crows on the phone. Not quite; he's 74. But he's still going strong, singing with an orchestra Friday at the ...


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