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Sopwith Camel

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San Francisco: The Flourishing Underground

Report and Interview by Richard Goldstein, The Village Voice, 2 March 1967

SAN FRANCISCO — Forget the cable cars; skip Chinatown and the Golden Gate; don't bother about the topless mother of eight. ...

Frisco's Sopwith Camel — Watch That 'Big Toe'

Profile by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 10 March 1967

OUT OF SAN Francisco — where weirdly named groups like Lothar and the Hand People and The Grateful Dead are happening — comes a delightfully ...

New Stars on the Horizon: Mojo Men, Laura Nyro, The Sopwith Camel, The Electric Prunes

Profile by uncredited writer, Hit Parader, June 1967


Loraine Alterman on Pop Records: A Powerful New Kind of 'Suite'

Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 8 October 1967

TWO EXCELLENT new albums show how far the best contemporary song-writing and record making has come from the June-moon-spoon days. One is Of Cabbages and ...

Platter Chatter: Albums from the Doors, Sopwith Camel, Beach Boys, Procol Harum and Pink Floyd

Review by uncredited writer, Hit Parader, February 1968

STRANGE DAYS, The Doors' second album, is another cauldron of energy, excitement and improvisation. (That's Review Number 34, Ray.) ...

Sopwith Camel: New Orleans House, Berkeley

Live Review by Joel Selvin, San Francisco Chronicle, 12 May 1973

KEEPING ALIVE the best San Francisco acid-rock tradition, Sopwith Camel can't be pinned down into an easy category. A Camel performance is likely to begin ...

The Sopwith Camel

Retrospective by Gene Sculatti, Arkadia, November 2005

TIMING, AS THEY SAY, is everything. The adage is just as applicable to the realms of commerce and marketing as it is to creative inspiration. ...


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