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Peter Hammill

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Peter Hammill: Fool's Mate

Review by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, February 1973

WITHIN A DOUBLE-FOLD checkerboard of good natured psychedelia that would make sweet 1967 blush at her staying power, Peter Hammill, late of the morbidly super ...

The Two Sides of Peter Hammill

Interview by Jon Young, Trouser Press, April 1979

FOR OVER 10 years Peter Hammill has been the object of a particularly intense cult following. As the leader of Van der Graaf Generator and ...

Peter Hammill: Bloomsbury Theatre, London

Live Review by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, 11 August 1984

A SCHOLAR comes out of his cell. Peter Hammill's art has been obsessively documented by records but less so by performance. This solo show looked ...

Peter Hammill: The Love Songs

Review by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, 1 September 1984

PETER HAMMILL is one of our stranger voyagers. Alone at a piano last month, he put most of the music we cover to shame. He ...

Peter Hammill: Clutch

Review and Interview by Nick Hasted, Uncut, January 2003

Dark, worldly-wise solo return from Van der Graaf Generator man ...

Peter Hammill: Heart Attack Music

Profile and Interview by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 27 June 2004

WHEN PETER HAMMILL collapsed in the street with a sudden heart attack last year, it didn't make the papers. The one-time singer of the group ...

Peter Hammill

Retrospective and Interview by Mike Barnes, The Wire, March 2007

"I DIDN'T HAVE white tunnels, but I did have the feeling that if I got too tired, which at a certain point might have been ...

Peter Hammill and Jello Biafra: Prog vs. Punk – Who Won?

Interview by Jim Irvin, The Word, March 2011

One was uncool but enduring, the other hip but short-lived. Two pioneers, Peter Hammill and Jello Biafra, fight their respective corners. ...

Peter Hammill: And The Next Number Will Be... My Sixties

Comment by Nick Hasted, The Independent, 2 July 2012

Forget sex and drugs and youthful rebellion, rock's newest subject matter is the ageing process, says Nick Hasted ...

see also Van Der Graaf Generator


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