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Rave

Rave was an English pop music magazine published between 1964 and 1969.

121 articles

The Beatles, Cilla Black, The Dakotas, Billy J. Kramer, The Rolling Stones, The Searchers: Star Beat: Mike Grant Reporting On The Mersey Scene

Report by Mike Grant, Rave, April 1964

A BLONDE hairdresser is said to be very much the apple of Ringo Starr's eye at the moment. She lives and works in Liverpool and ...

Mod Fashions: Way-Outspoken

Readers' Letters by uncredited writer, Rave, May 1964

I STOPPED being Mod two months ago because it was getting played out. Manufacturers started to put out trash to youngsters of 12, telling them ...

The Beatles: Now You Can Be A Beatle People And Get Right In Here With Them

Overview by uncredited writer, Rave, June 1964

● Just a few people share the Beatles' lives — and their wit, charm, gaiety — because the Beatles can't meet everyone. ● But now YOU ...

The Hollies: Graham Nash: My Close-Up On The Hollies

Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, July 1964

HI THERE! Graham Nash talking. I want to bring you right into focus on my mates in the Hollies. Me? I was born in a ...

The Rolling Stones: WILD! That's The Way They Live

Profile and Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, July 1964

HOME? THAT'S ONE PLACE STONES DON'T SEE MUCH ...

The Rolling Stones: Wild! That's How We Like It! says Brian Jones

Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, July 1964

"As the excilement mounts girls surge down to the footlights, their screams swamping our amplifiers..." ...

The Animals: Introducing My Animals One By One by Alan Price

Profile and Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, August 1964

MEET THE Animals and you find five r-and-b purists. That's all they want out of life — to play blues. It was this dedication in ...

The Rolling Stones: The Crusaders

Profile by uncredited writer, Rave, August 1964

For years the Rolling Stones have fought, crusaded, for rhythm-and-blues. Now millions have proved they've won their fight. ...

The Yardbirds: Yardbirds: We Get Ourselves Into A Trance

Report and Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, August 1964

AT THE Crawdaddy Club in Richmond, Surrey — rhythm 'n' blues on a summer's eve. Setting the stage for it: Yardbirds and helpers. ...

The Beatles, The Quarrymen: The Beatle Who Lost Out!

Retrospective and Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, November 1964

In a lonely caravan Rave finds the man who started it all. Name... Ken Brown ...

Francoise Hardy sets the trend: With-It Ones Go After That Natural Look

Report by uncredited writer, Rave, January 1965

FRANCOISE HARDY'S a darling. With her natural good looks, long, swinging hair and super slim figure, she's the doll that all the boys dream about ...

Sandie Shaw: Girl in a Girl's World: To Make Sandie Sure...

Interview by Jean-Marie, Rave, February 1965

Beginning a new rave series spotlighting each month a different girl star and the special world in which she lives. ...

The Yardbirds: The Deep Deep Pain of Success

Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, February 1965

HIS HEART beat like a drum and his whole body ached. From the sweat on his face you could hardly tell whether he was crying ...

Billy J. Kramer: Billy J: "It Isn't Going To Last Forever"

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, March 1965

HE LOOKED down at the emptying street below the dressing-room window. He was thoughtful, silent, the boy who has had so many successes and who ...

The Gonks, The Rolling Stones, Twinkle: Rolling With The Blarney Stones!

Report by Dawn James, Rave, March 1965

The sign said to Ireland. That's where we were going. So were the Stones. They were going on tour over there. We were going to ...

Cliff Richard: Ten Minutes with Cliff

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, March 1965

Now Rave writer Dawn James gives you her Bird's Eye View as she spends... ...

Twinkle (the Talking Star)

Interview by Jean-Marie, Rave, March 1965

GIRL IN A GIRL'S WORLD — second in a RAVE series spotlighting girl stars and the world in which they live ...

Adam Faith: A New Breakthrough For Faith?

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, April 1965

THE HOUSE was long and low, and the path leading to it crazy. I walked into an elegant hall. "Mr. Faith is in the lounge," ...

The Shadows: Keeping it dark about the Shadows

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, April 1965

The Shads have been a top international group for years, yet one of their secret fears is that they're not quite with-it. This got us ...

The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger: The Very Private Boy Behind The Public Idol

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, April 1965

— an intimate, perhaps first-time-ever look at Mick Jagger, Stone Extraordinary. Another personal bird's-eye view by Dawn James ...

P.J. Proby: I Apologise — To No One

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, April 1965

A MESSAGE TO YOU FROM JIM ...

The Seekers: Girl In A Girl's World: Seekers Finders Finders Keepers

Interview by Jean-Marie, Rave, May 1965

And here's a wonderful story on Judith Durham of the Seekers, that will keep you up-to-date on the problems of that very special breed of ...

P.J. Proby: Rave Brings You An Exclusive Interview With Mr. President

Report and Interview by Dawn James, Rave, May 1965

Mr. President is, possibly, the most famous dog in the world with, probably, one of the most famous owners — P. J. Proby. We wanted ...

The Yardbirds: Now They're Ready For Your Love

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, May 1965

"SOMETIMES WE'D play and it'd be beautiful, and I'd look at the audience and think, 'Re-act, warmth come, love come. Show us we're doing the ...

Twinkle: Her Man?

Interview by Jean-Marie, Rave, May 1965

Has Twinkle found her man? In recent weeks her name has been linked romantically with Herman — fast being hailed as the new 'image' pop star, ...

Eric Clapton, John Mayall, The Yardbirds: Eric Clapton: The Yardbird Who Got Left Behind

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, June 1965

His name is Eric Clapton. His nickname in the Yardbirds was "Slow-Hand" because he clapped his hands. He played on the Yardbirds' No. 1 hit ...

Marianne Faithfull: Girl in Love in a Girl's World...

Interview by Jean-Marie, Rave, June 1965

Our Girl in A Girl's World series takes a look at a little bird who's sitting pretty in the charts right now — Marianne Faithfull. ...

Donovan: In The Shadow of Dylan

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, June 1965

Mention the name Donovan and someone, somewhere will whisper — 'Dylan'. For wherever he goes, whatever he sings or writes about, Don is haunted by ...

The Beatles: Once Upon a Time There Were Poor Beatles...

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, June 1965

Who became fantastically rich Beatles. Fabulously famous Beatles. Big-headed Beatles? Well, fairy tales are not all phoney, was this one? Rave asked longtime Beatle friend, ...

P.J. Proby: P.J. Wants a Miss

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, June 1965

"Every girl I meet is a potential bride. I wish I was married again but I'm not because I haven't found the right girl. I ...

The Animals: Bird's-eye view of Burdon: The Animal Instinct

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, July 1965

By Dawn James, RAVE bird who gives you her written impression of Eric Burdon — the Animal nobody can ignore. ...

Mick Jagger: Chrissie Shrimpton: Girl in the Middle

Interview by Jean-Marie, Rave, July 1965

Girl In A Girl's World: Chrissie Shrimpton is the girl in the middle. Her boyfriend is Mick Jagger — a top star, her sister is ...

Radio London: It's Funny That Way!

Report by Dawn James, Rave, July 1965

A RAVE look at the popular pirate pop ship — RADIO LONDON ...

Marianne Faithfull, Herman's Hermits, P.J. Proby, The Rolling Stones, Sandie Shaw, The Yardbirds: The Truth About the Pop Idles...

Report by Dawn James, Rave, July 1965

What is the truth about our stars of pop? How hard do they really work for the fabulous rewards that pop success brings? Are they ...

The Animals, The Beatles, Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders, Herman's Hermits, Paul Jones, The Rolling Stones: A Touch of Magic

Comment by Dawn James, Rave, August 1965

WARMTH, TINGLE, love. Eyes that penetrate to the farthest seats in the theatre. Magnetism by a fragile body. A person, just like any other, only ...

The Beatles, Paul McCartney: Beginning a new study of our four Beatles, M.B.E. First, this month — Profile on Paul

Profile and Interview by Dawn James, Rave, August 1965

PAUL McCARTNEY sat astride an antique chair, the gold of it touching his well-styled suit. He looked at home, relaxed and confident. His neat face ...

The Animals, Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders, Herman's Hermits, Manfred Mann, The Rolling Stones: If The Singers Left... (what would happen to the groups?)

Overview by Dawn James, uncredited writer, Rave, August 1965

THERE ARE ALWAYS A LOT OF RUMOURS BUZZING ROUND THE POP SCENE THAT CERTAIN MEMBERS OF A GROUP ARE THINKING ABOUT LEAVING. THIS STORY DOESN'T ...

Lulu: "Fame Has Changed Me" — Lulu

Interview by Jean-Marie, Rave, September 1965

GIRL IN A GIRL'S WORLD ...

The Byrds: Bird's Eye View of the Byrds

Report and Interview by Dawn James, Rave, September 1965

Or 5 Byrds in the hand are worth a crazy, unexpected interview with Rave writer Dawn James... ...

Where's The Breakfast?

Report and Interview by Dawn James, Rave, September 1965

Dave Cash and Kenny Everett are known as the Kenny and Cash Combine, and they broadcast on Radio London, 266 Metres, Medium Wave. Their programmes ...

Sonny & Cher: They've Got Each Other!

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, October 1965

DISAPPEARING IN A flurry of furry jackets, shredded suits and bell-bottom trousers, Sonny and Cher left behind them no less than four hits in the ...

The Byrds Have Flown

Report by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, October 1965

The Byrds flew away (by T.W.A.) on August 19th after a very controversial tour over here. Just before they left they had this last talk ...

The Walker Brothers: Making it Easy for Themselves

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, October 1965

The Walker Brothers have shot to the top. Six months ago they were unknown. Now they share with the Beatles and the Stones the tag ...

Manfred Mann: A Question of Mann Appeal

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, November 1965

Do good looks matter to a group? The Manfreds say they don't, and as they've just had their second No. 1 hit they should know. ...

Dusty Springfield: A British Maid Talks...

Interview by Jean-Marie, Rave, November 1965

DUSTY — ON THE SCENE ...

The Beatles, Cilla Black, The Clayton Squares, The Escorts, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Billy J. Kramer, The Merseybeats, Earl Royce & the Olympics, The Spinners (UK): Liverpool: News from the North

Report by Dawn James, Rave, November 1965

RAVE girl Dawn James pays a return visit to Liverpool, home of the Beatles, birthplace of the big British Pop Scene, and discovers some interesting ...

The Yardbirds: Five Square Yardbirds

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, December 1965

As with every record, every group has its 'A' and 'B' side. The 'A' side is their 'image' side, the one you always see and ...

The Who: How Well Do You Know Who?

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, December 1965

HOW WELL do you know Who? Well, if you're not very sure, don't be too surprised. You're not to blame — they are! ...

Joan Baez, Bob Dylan: Joan Baez: A Love Story Goes Wrong

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, December 1965

It happens to all of us... we build up our relationship with one boy into something wonderful and then one dreadful day it all comes ...

The Small Faces: Now they're the BIG FACES

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, December 1965

Four Small Faces whose success with two records has brought them into the middle of the big time. DAWN JAMES meets them to find out ...

The Beatles: Who is the Funniest Beatle?

Comment by Dawn James, Rave, January 1966

JOHN, GEORGE, Paul and Ringo stood squashed together in an hotel corridor, besieged by people young and old. One of the younger ones screamed "aahh!," ...

Brian Jones, The Rolling Stones: Brian Jones and Anita Pallenberg: A Love Story About A Stone

Report by uncredited writer, Rave, February 1966

ROLLING STONE Brian Jones is thinking about getting married. He said so in a recent interview. But, until a few weeks ago, no girl had ...

The Beatles, Freddie Lennon, John Lennon: My Missing Years, by Freddie Lennon, John Lennon's Father

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, February 1966

For eighteen years Freddie Lennon vanished. From the time he was six until he was twenty-four John heard nothing from him. When he returned he ...

The Walker Brothers: Oh! Brother

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, February 1966

The Walkers... oh brother! They're gorgeous! One of the most handsome groups on the scene. But what goes on beneath those glamorous looks? Who or ...

The Moody Blues, St. Louis Union, The Who, The Yardbirds: Drugs. Yes or No?

Report and Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, March 1966

Drugs are always in the news. And always in the news with them, are pop stars. This month four famous stars give their views on ...

The Walker Brothers, Scott Walker: New Angle on Engel

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, March 1966

Scott Engel isn't supposed to be talkative. On the contrary, his reputation is that of the loner, the quiet one, the unapproachable. RAVE found him ...

The Beatles, George Harrison: Pattie Boyd: The Model Bride

Report by Dawn James, Rave, March 1966

She was the model bride. He was the model husband. Why was it that they were meant for each other? ...

The Kinks: Putting You Straight About The Kinks

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, March 1966

If you'll allow us to call 'Putting You Straight About The Kinks' a new angle, then this is a new angle on the Kinks! ...

The Who: Who Knows

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, March 1966

Who really knows what the Who are like? RAVE'S Dawn James does. She met them for this very special RAVE interview. ...

Françoise Hardy: L♥ve and a French Girl

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, April 1966

Life can be very complicated when you're a top star. For French singing star Françoise Hardy, life is even more complicated. For Françoise is in ...

The Yardbirds: Shapes of Things to Come

Profile and Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, May 1966

Rave's Mike Grant meets up with the Yardbirds to find out what's happening for Yardbird people in the next few months ...

Spencer Davis Group: Will Spencer Davis Go Pop?

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, May 1966

That's the question people in pop are all asking. Now that Spencer Davis and his group have crashed into pop-land will they go for all-out ...

Manfred Mann: Paul Jones Talks About 'Pretty Flamingo' and Other Birds

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, June 1966

'Pretty Flamingo' was timed to ensure that it knocked us all flat. And it did! With another hit, and three new Menn in the group, ...

The Walker Brothers, Scott Walker: Scott Walker: The Scott Story

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, June 1966

SCOTT — BY THE PEOPLE WHO KNOW HIM ...

The Lovin' Spoonful: Why Does Everybody Love Loving the Lovin' Spoonful?

Profile and Interview by Dawn James, Rave, July 1966

To look at, they're a beautiful, ghastly mixture of beatnik, old lady and hillbilly, and they wear plimsolls without socks. What is it about the ...

Brian Jones, The Rolling Stones: Brian Jones: The Case of the Disappearing Image

Profile by Dawn James, Rave, August 1966

Weird, long-haired, almost mythical — Brian Jones was once the most talked-of and popular Stone. He enjoyed playing the great lover, mingling in London's popland, ...

The Action: Going where the Action is!

Profile and Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, August 1966

RAVE girl Maureen O'Grady goes where the Action is to bring you bang up-to-date on the most switched-on group in London Town! ...

The Facts of Pop Life

Special Feature by uncredited writer, Rave, August 1966

RAVE takes a long, hard look at the pop world and the people who make it tick. What's it all about, this real yet so close ...

Cliff Richard: Double Double Vision Vision

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, September 1966

Rave's Dawn James sees Cliff and gets double vision! Cliff the Christian who wants to quit the pop world, and Cliff the film star... ...

Paul Jones, Manfred Mann: Paul Jones: A Mann On His Own

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, September 1966

"I've been thinking of leaving the Manfreds for a long time, but I just couldn't take the plunge." Paul Jones wanted to think for himself, ...

Stash de Rola: The Pop Prince

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, September 1966

Here's a pop star who's really different... In two years' time he will be worth fifteen million dollars, even if he doesn't sell one single ...

Cream: Stirring — The Cream

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, October 1966

A guitarist, a drummer and a singer — three musicians we know well, but who never made it alone. Now they're The Cream. Dawn James ...

The Troggs: Trogg-Alog-Ology

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, October 1966

Which, roughly translated, means what the Troggs, think of the pop scene today. ...

Band of Angels, Mike D'Abo, Manfred Mann: Mike D'Abo: Confessions of an ex-Angel

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, November 1966

Everybody Knows that Mike D'Abo replaced Paul Jones in the Manfreds. Not so many people know that Mike was once the lead singer in the ...

Steve Marriott, The Small Faces: Small Faces: Little Stevie Wonders...

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, November 1966

...about a lot of things now he's a number one rave. He wonders if he deserves all the screams and adoration he gets. He wonders ...

Keith Moon, The Who: Keith Moon: The Little Drummer Boy

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, December 1966

There are many sides to Keith Moon's strange personality. One minute he's insulting, exaggerating, joking — the next minute he's a wide-eyed, innocent-looking drummer boy. ...

The Small Faces: Steve Marriott: In My Mind's Eye

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, December 1966

The pop scene as seen by Steve Marriott — and Steve Marriott as seen by RAVE! ...

The Rolling Stones: The Stones As They Are

Report and Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, December 1966

THERE IS AN OLD saying that if you are going to kick someone in the teeth, use both feet! It's a dangerous principle, but one ...

Spencer Davis Group, Steve Winwood: A Bird's Eye View of Stevie Winwood

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, January 1967

When a bird like RAVE's Dawn James takes a close look at Stevie Winwood through the magnifying glass of a personal interview, she is surprised. ...

Cat Stevens: the Family Cat

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, February 1967

Cat Stevens is very much a family man. Success hasn't sent him searching for anything more than pleasing his parents and making his mum happy. ...

The Walker Brothers, Scott Walker: Scott Walker

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, February 1967

The real Scott Walker is still a mystery to everyone but himself. Thousands of words have been written about him, but they just add up ...

The Beach Boys News Special

Report and Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, February 1967

FOR THE Beach Boys, '67 should be the year of new sounds. ...

The Hollies, The Walker Brothers: The Hollies: Fun and Games with the Nash and Leeds

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, February 1967

When two pop characters like Gary Leeds of the Walker Brothers and Graham Nash of the Hollies happen to be under the same roof, there ...

The Small Faces: Pop Romance?

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, March 1967

RAVE's Dawn James speaks to Steve Marriott and Chrissie Shrimpton to find out just how true the rumours are about their pop romance! ...

The Beach Boys, Cream, Donovan, Jimi Hendrix, Jonathan King, The Rolling Stones, Spencer Davis Group, Dennis Wilson: This Is Where It's At

Column by Mike Grant, Rave, March 1967

RAVE man Mike Grant is here again with more gossip on your favourite stars! ...

Cat Stevens: Tin Pan Alley Cat

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, March 1967

Songwriter, singer, sometimes loner, sometimes family man — Tin Pan Alley's latest discovery is all these things. RAVE's Dawn James finds out more for you ...

Marianne Faithfull, Mick Jagger: Girls in the News: Mick and I by Marianne

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, April 1967

Show business has dealt some cruel blows to Marianne Faithfull. At the moment she's happy — with Mick Jagger. Dawn James asks her about her ...

The Monkees: Mike Grant meets Davy Jones, the Mini Monkee

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, April 1967

MY ADVICE to anyone thinking of making a "monkey" out of Davy Jones is to forget it! ...

The Small Faces: Pop girl Maureen O'Grady gets an amazing interview for you... at a Small Face's place

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, April 1967

Small Face Mac McLagan hates being interviewed — says he always gets tongue-tied. It was quite by chance that RAVE girl Maureen was invited to ...

Spencer Davis Group, Traffic: Stevie Directs the Traffic

Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, May 1967

Stevie Winwood walked out on success when he left the Spencer Davis Group. Now he intends to lose his image, and change his style and ...

Pink Floyd: Light Entertainment from the Pink Floyd!

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, June 1967

The Pink Floyd were just another group — until they discovered that light plus sound equalled entertainment. Here they entertain RAVE's pop writer Maureen O'Grady! ...

The Beatles, The Monkees, Elvis Presley, The Rolling Stones, The Small Faces, The Walker Brothers: The Worshippers

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, June 1967

Fans make success for a pop star — more than money, more than influence, more than talent. But what are fans? Why do they remain ...

The Tremeloes: Tremultuous!

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, July 1967

It's our RAVE way of congratulating the Tremeloes on their fantastic return to success. For the inside story Maureen O'Grady reports... ...

Jimi Hendrix: Wild, Man!

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, August 1967

Wild — that's Jimi Hendrix, but Dawn James finds he's not as wild as he sometimes makes out! ...

Scott McKenzie: Question Time With Scott McKenzie

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, September 1967

We all know now what Scott McKenzie looks like and sounds like. Here in this exclusive interview with Maureen O'Grady he tells you what he ...

The Beatles, Arthur Brown, Pink Floyd, Soft Machine: The Flower Game

Report by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, September 1967

What do flowers mean to you? To the Flower People (the Gentle People, the Beautiful People) they signify love, freedom, goodness, fun and new experiences. ...

Mick Jagger, The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, November 1967

Mick Jagger is a person with a lot to think about these days. With no manager, agent or record producer, it's up to him how ...

The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger: Me, Myself and I

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, November 1967

MICK JAGGER IS out on his own and he knows it. He now has no acknowledged manager, no agent and no record producer. The one ...

The Small Faces: A Bird's Eye View of Stevie Marriott

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, 1968

Steve Marriott is a changed person. After drug incidents, broken romances and bad publicity, he's done a lot of growing up, as Dawn James discovered ...

The Herd: Peter Frampton: The New Breed of Pop Star

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, January 1968

A BIRD'S eye view of peter frampton of the herd With the looks of Scott Walker and the girl appeal of Steve Marriott, Peter Frampton of ...

Love Affair: Join Rave in an Affair with the Love Affair

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, March 1968

An amazing new group — and one of the youngest ever to top the Charts with their first record! ...

Amen Corner: A Bird's Eye View of Andy Fairweather Low

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, May 1968

This month Dawn James, our bird from RAVE, talks to the Amen Corner's Andy Fairweather Low. ...

Keith Moon, The Who: Keith Moon: WHO-dunnit?

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, July 1968

WHO made Keith Moon spill the beans about his secret marriage? Read on for this and more dark secrets of the group, revealed by RAVE's ...

The Rolling Stones: The Stones are Rolling Again!

Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, July 1968

Flash, bang, wallop! Now that the Stones are back on the scene, is excitement at long last returning to pop? ...

The Rolling Stones: Exclusive To RAVE, A Report On The Filming Of The Rolling Stones' First Film, One Plus One

Report and Interview by uncredited writer, Rave, August 1968

IT'S BEEN THREE long years since the Rolling Stones first announced their intention to become film stars. ...

The Monkees

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, August 1968

HAVE YOU ever wondered what its like to hardly ever finish a meal in peace without someone thrusting an autograph book under your nose – ...

The Move: New Moves and Good Vibrations

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, October 1968

Where has all the fury gone?... the answer is it's never been there, says Dawn James, after talking to pop's controversial group, the MOVE. ...

The Beach Boys: Beach Boys Report

Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, November 1968

Progress: Full of magical mysteries Potential: Could still yet confound their critics Talent: Try hard but don't always succeed Image: Attempting desperately ...

The Small Faces: Small Faces: At home with Steve and Jenny

Report and Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, November 1968

Far away from the plush hideaways of most stars, Mr and Mrs Steve Marriott have set up home. Here Rave's Maureen O'Grady visits their cottage, ...

Arthur Brown: A Birds Eye View of Arthur Brown

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, December 1968

RAVE girl DAWN JAMES discovers that the man with the mask is a serious thinker — with a weird and wonderful sense of humour! ...

Julie Driscoll: Girl Talk with Julie Driscoll

Interview by Dawn James, Rave, December 1968

When two girls get together anything can happen. When they are Julie Driscoll and Rave's Dawn James, everything does! ...

Joe Cocker: the Wild Man of the North

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, December 1968

RAVE's Maureen O'Grady tells why gas-fitter Joe Cocker will never go back to installing cookers and sleeping in the park... ...

The Doors: The Explosive Jim Morrison

Report and Interview by Mike Grant, Rave, December 1968

Read RAVE'S Mike Grants report on the man behind the exploding sound of the Doors, and find out why Jim Morrison has been called the ...

Gary Puckett & the Union Gap: Look Out — here comes Gary!

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, February 1969

After some massive British hits the Union Gap are on their way to Britain at last. Gary Puckett rings RAVE's Maureen O'Grady from New York. ...

Hamilton and the Hamilton Movement , Paul Nicholas, Oliver Tobias: The Wild Young Men of Hair

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, March 1969

Maureen O'Grady meets the three male stars of the smash-hit tribal, love-rock musical. ...

Steve Marriott

Interview by Keith Altham, Rave, May 1969

Can you tell us exactly why you decided to leave the Small Faces? ...

Humble Pie, The Small Faces: The Rave Interview — Steve Marriott

Interview by Keith Altham, Rave, May 1969

Subject: Steve MarriottInterviewer: Keith AlthamSituation: Marriott's cottage in Essex ...

Keith Moon, The Who: Keith Moon

Interview by Keith Altham, Rave, July 1969

CONDUCTING an interview with Keith Moon is rather like running a mental obstacle course with a megalomaniac (his manager's reference, not mine), with imminent danger ...

Mike D'Abo: Michael D'Abo

Interview by Keith Altham, Rave, August 1969

THE MANFRED MANN group are no more. And now Michael D'Abo is out on his own as a solo talent. ...

The Rolling Stones: After two months as a full time Stone, Mick Taylor says "I understand the whole thing now"

Interview by Maureen O'Grady, Rave, September 1969

MICK TAYLOR might look like a Rolling Stone — long hair, floppy satin shirt, etc., and play like a Rolling Stone, but on meeting him ...

The Beach Boys, Charles Manson, Dennis Wilson: Dennis Wilson

Interview by Keith Altham, Rave, September 1969

DENNIS WILSON is the walking contradiction in the Beach Boys, who provides the motor for the group with his powerhouse percussion and unlimited energy. Dennis ...

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