GARY STEEL wrote this review of the homecoming heroes’ second 1980 Welly gig in the first edition of In Touch magazine.
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MATT KELLY has his sights on a record made by most of ELO (but minus Jeff Lynn) and he’s in a vicious mood. What a clunker!
In one of his first live review assignments, GARY STEEL was surprised to find that novelty act Racey wasn’t as cack as he’d thought they’d be.
GARY STEEL wrote this review for the Evening Post back in March 1980. It’s not something he’s proud of.
MATT KELLY saw Robert Plant as someone to trust to always do the right thing. That is, until he released this piece of unmitigated poop.
Jeff Wayne’s War Of The Worlds stubbornly remains as bad as it is beautiful, writes GARY STEEL, who reveals its magic formula.
In this occasional series, GARY STEEL pays tribute to lesser-known records that really rock. Today it’s Spacesuit’s turn.
As the APO prepares to play a New Zealand premiere by the world’s leading composer, RICHARD BETTS looks at the many lives of Scheherazade, the teller of tall tales.