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Wah!: Nah-Poo-The Art Of Bluff (Eternal Classic 1)

Review by Mark Cooper, Record Mirror, 4 July 1981


The Story of the Wylie

Report and Interview by Neil Tennant, Smash Hits, 20 January 1983

THE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON run-through for Top Of The Pops is a chaotic affair. In front of one of the three stages in the studio, a ...

I See London

Report by Betsy Sherman, Boston Rock, 30 March 1983

IF YOU'RE keen to witness a major cultural capital in hibernation, try being in London the week between Christmas and New Years. Just about everything ...

The Mighty Wah! This Man Is Not 'A Moaner'

Interview by Tom Hibbert, Smash Hits, 19 July 1984

In fact, Pete Wylie of The Mighty Wah! says he hates moaners. He used to slag off other groups all the time but now he's ...

The Mighty Wah!: Waaaugh!

Interview by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, 8 September 1984

WHAM! The door opens and it's Wah! The mighty WAH! There he is! ...

The Mighty Wah!, Aswad, High Five: Peoples Festival, St George's Hall, Liverpool

Live Review by Penny Kiley, Melody Maker, 29 September 1984

"THIS IS the first Liverpool gig I've ever enjoyed," announced Pete Wylie at the end of the set, and it was probably the one that ...

Wah & Peace

Interview by Chris Roberts, Uncut, May 2000

NINE YEARS AGO, Pete Wylie, who is The Mighty WAH!, was considered hot. Again. He leaned on a railing in Liverpool. It gave way and ...

Eric's, Probe and the Armadillo: The Story Of Liverpool Music, 1976-1988

Retrospective and Interview by Patrick Clarke, The Quietus, 10 April 2018

Through a series of interviews, Patrick Clarke charts the history of Liverpool's brilliant, bitter and burgeoning music scene of 1976-1988, from Eric's and Probe to ...

see also Pete Wylie


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