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Wackers, The

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The Wackers: Hot Wacks

Review by Ben Edmonds, Creem, July 1972

HAVING NOTHING more pressing to tackle than a watered-down bourbon and some hotel room TV on one March mid-afternoon in New York, I happened to ...

The Wackers: Shredder

Review by Ben Edmonds, Rolling Stone, 1 February 1973

"Dylan is old/The Stones are cold/The Beatles are gone/ And it's making me yawn..." ...

Crabby Appleton: Rotten To The Core; The Wackers: Wackering Heights (both Elektra)

Review by Dave Marsh, Creem, February 1972

AT FIRST GLANCE these two don't seem to have much in common, aside from the fact that they're both on the same label. While that's ...

Wackers: Hot Wacks

Review by Greg Shaw, Rolling Stone, 25 May 1972

IN THE EARLY part of 1966, a group called the Family Tree used to play at the old Fillmore a lot. They did Beatles songs ...

The Wackers: Bodega Club, San Jose, California

Live Review by Ken Barnes, Phonograph Record, September 1972

ROCK 'N' ROLL returned to the Pit recently and scored a technical knockout, as the Wackers invaded the Boogie Capital of San Jose, the Bodega ...

Clifton Chenier: St. Mark's church hall, Richmond CA; The Wackers: New Orleans House, Berkeley CA

Live Review by Philip Elwood, The San Francisco Examiner, 6 November 1971

Down Home Boogie Band ...

The Wackers: Shredder

Review by Wayne Robins, Creem, March 1973

THE WACKERS are like the guys you used to know, hang out with, get wrecked with and share neighborhood jokes with, who also incidentally happened ...

see also Dudes, The

see also Bob Segarini


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