Record Hunter was a supplement published with of Vox magazine in the early 1990s.
List of articles in the library
Steely Dan: A Dan for all Seasons
Discography by Fred Dellar, Record Hunter, December 1990
One more glance through the rock files to evaluate the deeds and doings of Steely Dan. Flicking the pages – Fred Dellar ...
The Beach Boys: Smiley Smile/Wild Honey; Beach Boys Concert/Live In London
Review by Barney Hoskyns, Record Hunter, December 1990
WHEN I FIRST BOUGHT Smiley Smile (1967) as a spotty 15-year-old in the mid-'70s, I was pretty astounded by how radically wacko it was. I'd ...
Retrospective by Len Brown, Record Hunter, January 1991
Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan may never have strummed a note had it not been for the influence of the folk pioneer, Woody Guthrie. So ...
Aretha Franklin, Dan Penn: Dan Penn
Interview by John Pidgeon, Record Hunter, March 1991
DAN PENN WROTE his first hit ('Is A Bluebird Blue?' for Conway Twitty) at fourteen, and collaborated prolifically with Spooner Oldham, turning out mid '60s ...
The Small Faces: 'Itchycoo Park'
Retrospective and Interview by John Pidgeon, Record Hunter, March 1991
The first Small Faces single written by Marriott and Lane, 'I Got Mine', flopped on release as the follow-up to 'Whatcha Gonna Do About It' ...
Little Richard: Bumps Blackwell and Little Richard: 'Tutti Frutti'
Interview by John Pidgeon, Record Hunter, May 1991
Written by: Dorothy La Bostrie and Richard PennimanProduced by: Bumps BlackwellRecorded in: New Orleans in September 1955 ...
Al Green, Willie Mitchell: Hi Records: That Memphis Beat
Overview by Colin Escott, Record Hunter, July 1991
Long in the shadow of Sun and Stax, Memphis based Hi Records finally hit the big time with Al Green and set the '70s soul ...
Brian Wilson: Interview with Don Was
Interview by John Tobler, Record Hunter, August 1993
After 32 years together The Beach Boys are one of the longest-lived bands in rock. They've recently performed a string of stadium dates, and Capitol ...
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