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Terry Melcher

Terry Melcher

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Terry Melcher: Terry Melcher

Review by Gene Sculatti, Phonograph Record, April 1974

I SUPPOSE YOU could call Terry Melcher's long awaited solo debut an extension of California rock and the "West Coast Sound." After all, he was ...

Confessions of a Byrd Watcher

Profile and Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Melody Maker, 20 April 1974

...or a day in the lives of Terry Melcher, by Jacoba Atlas in LA ...

Surf's Up! Terry Melcher's Nightmare Is Over

Interview by Tom Nolan, Rolling Stone, 9 May 1974

LOS ANGELES – Terry Melcher, a consistent professional, has participated in scores of hits with artists as diverse as Frankie Laine and the Byrds. Seven ...

Terry Melcher: Terry Melcher

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 6 June 1974

THIS ALBUM is definitely not for everyone. Terry Melcher, once the producer of the Byrds and Paul Revere and the Raiders, has released an eccentric ...

Terry Melcher: A Beach Veteran Looks Back

Interview by Tom Nolan, Phonograph Record, September 1974

ONE OF THE most influential and talented Californians to prosper during the '60s sun-speed-surf period in pop was Terry Melcher. As producer and (teamed with ...

Hi, I'm, ummm, TERRY MELCHER and, ummm, say, did you hear the one about Elvis Presley, ummm, The Beach Boys and, ummm, oh yeah, Jesus Christ?

Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 12 May 1979

Words and puzzled expression by SANDY ROBERTSON ...

Billy James on Columbia, Elektra and the L.A. music industry

Interview by Richie Unterberger, unpublished, 1986

Author’s note: This was based around one of the first significant historical interviews I did. The essay wasn't published anywhere, just typed out for a ...

see also Charles Manson

see also Dennis Wilson


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