Interview by Ira Robbins, Rock's Backpages Audio, 10 March 1985
The Detroit City axeman on working with Was (Not Was); meeting Red Rodney in prison; hanging with Johnny Thunders and, of course, memories of the MC5.
File format: mp3; file size: 25.7mb, interview length: 28' 03" sound quality: ** (phoner)
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Wayne Kramer: Broke, Busted, Disgusted, Agents Can't Be Trusted
Interview by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 20 August 1977
Former MC5 guitarist WAYNE KRAMER live from Lexington Penitentiary, talks to MAX BELL about times past and time passing ...
Wayne Kramer Forgets The Motor City
Interview by Mark Williams, Melody Maker, 17 March 1979
"SOMETIMES we used to pass the Milan jail when the MC5 were driving to gigs outside of Detroit, and I used to look up at ...
Wayne Kramer: Trax, New York NY
Live Review by Van Gosse, The Village Voice, 15 July 1981
He Walks the Line ...
MC5: Young, Powerful and Full Of Sperm
Retrospective and Interview by Edwin Pouncey, New Musical Express, 7 December 1991
It wasn't all flowers and freedom in the '60s for Detroit's finest rock'n'revolutionary band the MC5, whose legendary 1968 debut LP Kick Out The Jams, ...
Interview by Michael Simmons, L.A. Weekly, 5 June 1997
Brother Wayne Kramer's automythological masterpiece ...
Interview by Ian Fortnam, music365.com, April 2000
DETROIT, MICHIGANS Motor City 5 slicked their savage, sonic sedition with pure, high octane, rock n roll rocket fuel. When they initially spat their fretboard ...
Wayne Kramer: The Real Motor City Madman
Profile and Interview by Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, 18 July 2002
BY ITS VERY nature, rock and roll is all about youth. Writing, performing and producing mostly for those to whom the terms "mortgage" and "cholesterol ...
MC5: The making of Kick Out The Jams
Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Uncut, May 2007
How Wayne Kramer and his Detroit proto punks turned a stage heckle into a battle cry to herald the death of the hippy dream ...
MC5's Wayne Kramer Testifies about Music, Drugs, and Not Being "Revolutionary" Enough?
Report and Interview by Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, 13 August 2018
IT'S HARD TO fathom today that the FBI would be interested in the daily activities of, say, the Foo Fighters, Imagine Dragons, or Fall Out ...
Legendary Rock Guitarist Wayne Kramer Talks MC50 Tour, Free Jazz Influences and His Jail Guitar Doors Non-Profit Org
Report and Interview by Steven R Rosen, Cincinnati CityBeat, 23 October 2018
Kramer and members of Soundgarden, Faith No More and Fugazi perform MC5 classics at Bogart's on Oct. 25. ...
see also Gang War
see also MC5
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