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Terry Knight & the Pack

Terry Knight & the Pack

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Flint's Terry Knight and His Pack: "There's More There Than Hair"

Interview by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 13 November 1966

PRESENTING Terry Knight — long hair worn Prince Valiant style, mod clothes, no tie, much less a tie-tack. Immediately, 99 per cent of the adult ...

Loraine Alterman on Records: The Fascinating Sounds Of a Group Called Love

Review by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 29 January 1967

THE TREMENDOUSLY talented West Coast group called Love still hasn't made it into the bright spotlight of fame like the Beach Boys or the Lovin' ...

Britain's Lulu Looks at America and the Hemlines

Report and Interview by Loraine Alterman, Detroit Free Press, 4 August 1967

TO US LULU is the name of a comic strip character, but to the British Lulu is the name of an adorable 18-year-old pop singer. ...

That's Cool That's Trash: A History of the First Punk Era, Part 2

Retrospective by Robot A. Hull, Creem, July 1979

THE STANDELLS story convolutes through a media maze. Russ Tamblyn's brother, Larry Tamblyn, had already recorded on an East L.A. Mex-punk label when he founded ...

see also Grand Funk Railroad


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