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Robert Gordon

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Robert Gordon & Link Wray: Robert Gordon with Link Wray; Various Artists: Don't You Step On My Blue Suede Shoes

Review by John Tobler, ZigZag, October 1977

THERE'S MORE similarity between these two albums than the fact that they've both got 'Red Hot' on 'em. They're the opposite ends of the rockabilly ...

Robert Gordon and Link Wray: Robert Gordon with Link Wray

Review by Jon Young, Trouser Press, October 1977

ROBERT GORDON with Link Wray recaptures the one elusive quality so often missing from music of the '70s: feeling. This is trickier than it seems ...

Robert Gordon: Robert Gordon With Link Wray

Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, 22 October 1977

FOR SOME odd reason Private Stock don't want you to know that Robert Gordon used to be with those CBGB specials Tuff Darts. Richard Robinson ...

New York Lights Up With Soggy Matches!

Overview by Robert Duncan, Creem, November 1977

A Consumer Guide To Rock's Last Drag by Robert Drizzle Duncan ...

Robert Gordon with Link Wray: A Modern Elvis And The Missing Link

Report and Interview by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 4 February 1978

LINK WRAY finishes off his instrumental street opera, 'Rumble', with an amphetamine-psychosis, note-tumbling-after-note run worthy of any guitar army hero, clambers up from his bent-knee, ...

Have Guitar, Will Travel: Chris Spedding

Interview by Richard Grabel, New York Rocker, November 1978

CHRIS SPEDDING — the name that launched a thousand session credits. He's played guitar for everyone from John Cale to the Wombles, including Bryan Ferry, ...

Robert Gordon: Changing Style

Live Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 5 May 1979

Robert Gordon: The Roxy, Los Angeles ...

Down And Out In Paris The Robert Gordon Way

Review and Interview by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 23 June 1979

Robert Gordon: Palais des Sports, Paris ...

Robert Gordon Likes Pop

Interview by Bill Holdship, Creem, September 1981

ABUSIVE IS THE only word to describe the audience the last time Robert Gordon was in Detroit as part of a some-thought-smart/some-thought-not-so-smart double bill with ...

Robert Gordon with Danny Gatton: The Humbler (NRG)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, MOJO, 1997

Designer rockabilly ignited live by squat suicidal Telecaster virtuoso ...

Robert Gordon: (Still) Red Hot

Retrospective and Interview by Fred Mills, Harp, September 2007

IN 1977 a skinny young man with a gravity defying pompadour and a room-filling, Elvis-worthy voice kicked off his solo career with the old Billy ...

see also Tuff Darts

see also Link Wray


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