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Paul Revere & The Raiders

Paul Revere & The Raiders

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Paul Revere & the Raiders' Mark Lindsay (1990)

Interview by Tom Graves, Rock's Backpages audio, June 1990

The Raiders' front-guy takes us back to Seattle garage-punk, the British invasion, long hair and costumes, Dick Clark's Where the Action Is... and, er, the entire history of '60s US pop!

File format: mp3; file size: 92.6mb, interview length: 1h 41' 05" sound quality: ****

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Paul Revere & Raiders Carry Fight to British

Profile by Derek Taylor, KRLA Beat, 10 March 1965

WATCH FOR the world-wide ride of Paul Revere! ...

The Rolling Stones, The Byrds, Paul Revere & The Raiders: Long Beach Arena, Long Beach CA

Live Review by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, 2 June 1965


Tall Tale of Paul Revere Not to Mention His Raiders

Profile and Interview by uncredited writer, KRLA Beat, 31 July 1965

SIXTEEN YEAR-old Paul Revere tossed a typewriter out of the window, thusly realizing his youthful ambition to get expelled from school. ...

Paul Revere & The Raiders; Tommy Roe; Dino, Desi & Billy: On Tour with The Raiders & D, D & B!

Report by Ann Moses, Tiger Beat, January 1967


Loraine Alterman on Records

Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 1 January 1967

Face to Face With the Kinks' Pop Satire ...

New Singles from the Rolling Stones, Otis Redding et al

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 14 January 1967

Stones old firm back in strength ...

The Raiders On The Run

Profile by Eden, KRLA Beat, 14 January 1967

THEY'RE RUNNING... running... RUNNING faster every day; longer every night; farther with each week and month; and still they go on running. ...

Blind Date: Dave Dee

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 21 January 1967

PAUL JONES: 'I've Been A Bad Bad Boy' (HMV). Sounds a bit like Paul Jones. Great — I like this one. I like that 'bad, ...

What's In Store For Drake Levin (Ex-Raider), Gene Clark (Ex-Byrd)

Interview by Jim Delehant, Hit Parader, March 1967

Will they start a store together? Maybe a diner or a hockey team, or mow lawns? Naw.... because the other day we were sitting on ...

Revere's Raiders Attack the Treasury

Interview by Pete Johnson, Los Angeles Times, 9 July 1967

YOU CAN'T identify Paul Revere and the Raiders without a program and to get a program you have to buy it from Paul Revere, the ...

Paul Revere & The Raiders: Smitty Raider Says... Goodbye & A Brief Hello From... Joe Jr.

Interview by Jim Delehant, Hit Parader, October 1967

It always happens. Just as we finish interviewing a group, a bunch of guys quit and we're left with worthless stories. The Mama's and Papa's ...

Dick Clark: Packager of Pop

Profile and Interview by Richard Goldstein, Los Angeles Times, 7 January 1968

Though the folk-rock era ended his pop music dictatorship, there are signs Dick Clark is inching his way toward the center of the scene again. ...

Paul Revere & The Raiders

Retrospective by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, March 1973

IF THERE ARE still any doubts in your mind about the deterioration of AM radio (pop music's most immediate barometer) since, say, 1966, a glance ...

Paul Revere & the Raiders: An American Dream

Retrospective by Vivien Goldman, Let It Rock, June 1975

"WHILE STILL in his teens Paul Revere was running a drive-in theatre and two barbershops in Boise, Idaho. One night while listening to a combo ...

That's Cool, That's Trash: A History of the First Punk Era

Retrospective by Robot A. Hull, Creem, June 1979

FOR FIFTEEN years there has been an enigmatic force burrowing underground, pulling people by their roots down toward the core of white-hot rawness. Gripped by ...

Paul Revere & the Raiders: Punks Just Keep Getting Harder to Find

Report and Interview by Richard Riegel, Creem, November 1979

MIDDLETOWN, OHIO – As the car clanks over the first peak of the Screaming Eagle rollercoaster, poised to begin its exhilarating hurtle downward, I have ...

Paul Revere and the Raiders

Retrospective by Tom Hibbert, The History of Rock, 1982

Hit sounds from America's Northwest ...

Paul Revere & the Raiders: From Batman to Manson

Retrospective and Interview by Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, 15 March 2011

WITH THEIR BRIGHT Revolutionary War-style outfits, tri-cornered hats, and energetic antics, Paul Revere and the Raiders were certainly one of the most visual pop/garage rock ...

Loud on the Ledge: The Bumpy Ride of Paul Revere & the Raiders

Retrospective by Mitchell Cohen, Music Aficionado, August 2016

EVERYTHING ABOUT Paul Revere and the Raiders was contrived and corny, except their music. There's no rational excuse for why they shouldn't be routinely counted ...

What happened when these '60s artists decided to go solo?

Retrospective by Mitchell Cohen, Music Aficionado, 2017

GOING SOLO IS an ancient musical tradition. Probably there was a Gregorian monk whose yearning for the spotlight made him think, "I can do this ...


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