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The Who: Fillmore East; The Platters: Felt Forum, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, The New York Times, 8 June 1969

Britain's High-Decibel Group, The Who, Is Still Thundering ...

The real Platters!

Profile by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 5 November 1971

IN THE States, there is as much confusion over The Platters as there has been over The Drifters with numerous groups touring the country using ...

Johnny Otis, Platters, Jackie Wilson Reissue Albums

Review by Bob Fisher, Cream, February 1972

Johnny Otis: Pioneers of Rock: Vol. 2The Platters: The Best of the PlattersJackie Wilson: Greatest Hits ...

Buck Ram and The Platters

Profile and Interview by Bill Millar, Let It Rock, April 1973

BUCK RAM is remembered for The Platters and a number of hit records: 'Only You' and 'The Great Pretender' (1955); 'The Magic Touch', 'My Prayer' ...

When Is A Platter Not A Platter

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 5 July 1977

When he leaves the group, it seems Herb Reed says he's been unable to use the name even though he first thought of it. But ...

The Platters: The Most Successful Singing Group Of The Fifties

Retrospective by Bill Millar, The History of Rock, 1982

The Platters sold 50 million records to become the most successful black doowoppers on the history of rock. They were assembled, coached and directed by ...

The Platters: Four Platters and One Lovely Dish

Sleeve notes by Pete Grendysa, Bear Family, March 1994

GOING FROM complete unknowns to classics of American pop music took the Platters only two short years. ...


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