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Stackridge: An Every Day Story Of Country Folk

Profile and Interview by Steve Turner, Beat Instrumental, June 1971

NEW BANDS emerging today seem to roughly divide into two categories. ...

Stackridge: The Stackridge Story

Review and Interview by Andrew Tyler, Disc, 3 June 1972

NOW JIM Walters has passed his bricklaying exams he's rejoined his old band Stackridge. If things don't work out, you see, he'll have something to ...

Brinsley Schwarz, Stackridge, the Flamin' Groovies: The Roundhouse, London

Live Review by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 30 September 1972

FIRST THE facts: Greasy Truckers are basically two people who wish to be known as Melvin and Fanny Hotrock (We all have our problems, I ...

Lummy Days Are Over, Stackridge Move On…

Interview by Barbara Charone, New Musical Express, 18 August 1973

ONCE BILLED as the Almost Greatest Show On Earth, those remarkable young men from the West Country known collectively as Stackridge are currently at work ...

Stackridge: Pinafore Days (Sire)

Review by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, December 1974

AS A DURABLE metaphor for teen enthusiasm and articulate emotion, the Beatles' musical vocabulary has proven itself time and time again, even as the Beatles ...

Stackridge: Mr. Mick (Rocket, white label) *****

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 6 March 1976

Presenting Mutter Slater ...

Stackridge: Presenting Mutter Slater

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Sounds, 20 March 1976

Well this is really a feature on Stackridge but even they admit that Mutter's became their front man. Still they're all getting behind a new ...

see also Korgis, The


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