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Slik and Cado Belle: Scotland The Rave!

Report by Ed Jones, Melody Maker, 26 April 1975

GLASGOW'S GLAMOROUS art deco pleasure palace, the Apollo Discotheque, seethes with expectant energy, awaiting Slik, a flash four-piece of unashamedly commercial pop ambitions. ...

Slik back to the Fifties

Interview by Rosalind Russell, Record Mirror, 17 January 1976

IT'S NOT often you come across a small group of girls lying on their stomachs on a pavement on a cold, damp day. But if ...

Slik: Slik Forever!

Interview by Caroline Coon, Melody Maker, 13 March 1976

"THE THING IS," confides Billy McIsaac, Slik's 26-year-old keyboards player, "we have a positive attitude to everything." He is speaking with the advantage of hindsight. ...

Slik: Slik (Bell)

Review by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, 22 May 1976

Midge Ure (guitar, vocals), Jim McGinlay (bass, vocals), Billy McIsaac (keyboards, vocals), Kenny Hyslop (drums, vocals). Produced by Phil Coulter at Mayfair Studios, London, during ...

Slik: We're Like A Scapegoat For The Rollers

Interview by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, 10 July 1976

TEARS TRICKLE down her 12-year-old cheeks. She's speechless, overcome by the emotion of the moment. She has, after a stubborn battle, won the right to ...

Midge Ure: Confessions Of A Pop Performer

Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 16 September 1978


The Midge Ure Story

Interview by Chris Heath, Smash Hits, 12 February 1986

He's had a hand in almost every type of pop group imaginable: he was number one in 1976 with "teenybop" group Slik, almost become singer ...

see also Ultravox

see also Midge Ure


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