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Rob Bowman

Rob Bowman

Rob Bowman is the Toronto-based author of countless liner notes, as well as of Soulsville, a history of Stax Records.

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Ellen McIlwaine

Profile and Interview by Rob Bowman, Beetle, 30 November 1972

ELLEN McILWAINE immediately hits you in two ways; she is completely original and totally alluring. She is far and away one of the best female ...

Roy Buchanan: Roy Buchanan (Polydor 239-1042)

Review by Rob Bowman, Beetle, 30 November 1972

ROY BUCHANAN has been considered the world's greatest unknown guitarist for the last three years. He is being billed as the world's greatest ever but ...

Chuck Mangione

Interview by Rob Bowman, Beetle, 31 December 1972

CHUCK MANGIONE, in case anyone doesn't know, is a brilliant jazz flugel-horn and piano player. When he isn't touring with his quartet (which includes the ...

Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship: Grace Slick Talks

Interview by Rob Bowman, ZigZag, October 1974

Grace Slick, over the last ten years, has attained great notoriety fronting Jefferson Airplane. ...

Elvis Presley and the Impulse Towards Transculturation

Essay by Rob Bowman, Crawdaddy!, Spring 2000

ELVIS WAS A hero to most but he never meant shit to me/You see straight out racist the sucker was simple and plain/Motherfuck him and ...

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