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Peter and Gordon

Peter and Gordon

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Peter Asher (2003)

Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages audio, 18 October 2003

The singer-turned-producer talks about returning to Los Angeles with client James Taylor; the Troubadour scene; the people: Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, J.D. Souther; meeting Linda Ronstadt and being turned on to C&W; fellow businessmen David Geffen and Elliot Roberts, and the rise of the Eagles.

File format: mp3; file size: 59.1mb, interview length: 1h 01' 31" sound quality: ***

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Peter and Gordon: Jane Asher Speaks...

Interview by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 11 April 1964


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Interview by Keith Altham, Fabulous, 26 September 1964

"WE WANT numbers, mate," I explained to Peter Asher. Peter hasn't taken a year in philosophy and dabbled in psychology for nothing. He didn't bat ...

Death of a Dynasty

Comment by Norman Jopling, Record Mirror, 30 January 1965

Norman Jopling takes a hard, cynical look at the declining beat boom and makes some frank comments ...

Peter & Gordon Are Poles Apart

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 30 April 1965

BEFORE THEIR trip to Japan and the Far East I lunched with Peter Asher and his sparring partner Gordon Waller, and a more unlikely combination ...

Peter & Gordon Push Elvis, Everlys

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 4 June 1965

SQUATTING in my waste-paper basket, crunching a wafer biscuit and gulping a carton of cow juice, last Friday evening, sat the finest unpaid publicity man ...

Peter & Gordon Kill Split Rumours

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 5 November 1965

IF PETER and Gordon look just a little untidy when they appear on your TV screens in the Lennon-McCartney Spectacular at Christmas, you can put ...

Paul McCartney did write 'Woman', but DON'T BLAME US, PLEASE! say PETER and GORDON

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 25 March 1966

LAST WEEK NME revealed that Bernard Webb, writer of Peter and Gordon's latest hit, 'Woman', was no less than Paul McCartney. The reason for the ...

Lady Godiva Rides Again

Interview by Mike Tuck, KRLA Beat, 5 November 1966

GORDON WAS sprawled across a lawn chair by the swimming pool when we finally located him. When awakened, he squinted into the sun, glanced around ...

Pink Floyd, Paul Jones, Alan Price, Chris Farlowe, Peter and Gordon, Jackie Trent: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 17 December 1966

A MARATHON four-hour show in aid of Oxfam was held at London's Royal Albert Hall on Monday and featured an all-star cast. ...

Loraine Alterman on Records: The Fascinating Sounds Of a Group Called Love

Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 29 January 1967

THE TREMENDOUSLY talented West Coast group called Love still hasn't made it into the bright spotlight of fame like the Beach Boys or the Lovin' ...

Jimi Hendrix, Four Tops, Jeff Beck et al: Singles Reviews

Review by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 25 March 1967

Catchy debut solo from Jeff Beck, and a typical but powerful Four Tops. Better showcase for Jimi Hendrix on his newie, and best yet from ...

The Producers: Peter Asher

Interview by Harold Bronson, Hit Parader, 1972

HIT PARADER: From Peter and Gordon, how did you get into producing? ...


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