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Ian Lloyd & Stories: Traveling Underground

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 28 February 1974

STORIES COPED with the loss of founder Michael Brown (a fine keyboard player and songwriter who also led the Left Banke) by recording 'Brother Louie', ...

The Raspberries, Stories: Carnegie Hall, New York NY

Live Review by Dan Nooger, The Village Voice, 4 October 1973


Stories: A Stories With A Happy Ending

Profile by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 16 August 1973

FROM THE beginning, Stories were a rather unique band unlike any other. The 'known' member of the group, Michael Brown, had been a leading exponent ...

Stories: Travelling Underground (Kama Sutra)

Review by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 31 January 1973

STORIES HAVE GOTTEN into the habit of changing drastically right after they put out an album, which would be disastrous if their mutations weren't always ...

Stories: Stories

Review by Jon Tiven, Rolling Stone, 12 October 1972

STORIES IS a New York-based quartet which plays music with a strong kinship to British rock, yet lacks the ‘rank imitator’ brand of many a ...

The Left Banke and Stories : The Michael Brown Story

Profile by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, May 1973

THE ALBUM DEBUT of Stories was one of the most exciting musical events of 1972. A number of excellent LP's in a new American lightweight ...

Stories: The Warehouse, New Orleans

Live Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, October 1973

STORIES MADE their first New Orleans concert appearance recently in the incongruous company of yet another Southern Allmanesque boogie band, the Marshall Tucker aggregation, and ...

Stories: Stories

Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, July 1972

ONCE MICHAEL BROWN led a group called the Left Banke, who produced two of the most memorable singles of the mid-sixties, 'Walk Away Renee' and ...

Stories and Hot Chocolate: 'Brother Louie'

Report and Interview by Paul Gambaccini, Rolling Stone, 13 September 1973

"THIS IS NOT what I wanted," Enrol Brown mused over a boiled egg breakfast in his London penthouse. "Tony Wilson and I will still get ...

see also Left Banke, The


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