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Sam Moore

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Sam Moore: The Soul Man Makes A Comeback From Heroin

Interview by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 26 October 1984

IN THE late '60s, Sam & Dave were right up there with Otis Redding as stars of Memphis' legendary Stax Records. Singles like 'Hold On, ...

Sam & Dave & Lou

Interview by Roger St. Pierre, Blues & Soul, 3 February 1987

Golden oldies never die, but they come back in different guises. Sam Moore and Lou Reed are currently scoring with 'Soul Man' — a veritable ...

Sam Moore: Can't stand up for falling down

Interview by Gavin Martin, The Independent, 18 January 2002

One half of Sam and Dave, Sam Moore was also a junkie, a pimp and a jailbird. Now he's releasing a solo album and is ...

Sam Moore: Plenty Good Lovin’ (Swing Café)

Review by Tim Clifford, Rock's Backpages, February 2002

TOO OFTEN great "lost" albums went AWOL for a very good reason – they weren’t very good. But 30 seconds into what should have been ...

Sam Moore: Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

Live Review by John Aizlewood, The Guardian, 15 February 2002

OF THE MYRIAD SAD SIGHTS on the live circuit, none is more distressing than the wobbly of voice and stomach soul veteran vainly trying to ...

see also Sam & Dave


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