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Gloria Gaynor, Tom Moulton, The Trammps: Interview: Tom Moulton

Interview by Bill Brewster,, September 1998

The man responsible for the 12" record talks about his incredible career ...

Cabaret bands: Working Man's Soul

Retrospective and Interview by Bill Brewster,, November 2006

You can almost smell the crushed velvet. While Led Zeppelin were doing unspeakable things with sharks and glam rock was ubiquitous, thousands of musicians plied ...

Frankie Knuckles Interviewed in NYC

Interview by Frank Broughton,, 27 February 1995

Anyone with even a passing knowledge of dancefloor history knows Frankie Knuckles respectfully as the 'Godfather of House'. Together with his childhood friend Larry Levan ...

Loleatta Holloway

Interview by Bill Brewster,, 6 January 2005

LOLEATTA WAS born in Chicago in 1946 and, like most of her peers, began singing in gospel groups before striking out on a solo career ...

Charlie Gillett (1999)

Interview by Bill Brewster,, 5 March 1999

From Charlie's childhood in Stockton-on-Tees and his early fascination with black American music, through to his days as a journalist and broadcaster, taking in The Sound of the City, Ian Dury, Dire Straits and his increasing fascination with World Music.

File format: mp3; file size: 105.3mb, total interview length: 1h 49' 39" sound quality: **

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