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[eBay] Kathie Molland Interview DVD-R

Kathie Molland Interview DVD-R 
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Kathie Molland Interview DVD

 
You are bidding/buying the above pictured interview DVD of Kathie Molland, Joey Molland's late wife.
I acquired it in late 2007, probably from a trader, and this is the first time I watched it.  It was literally stashed away and forgotten, like some old demo tapes you hear that bands recover from time to time.

The interview runs for just over 90 minutes, then the disc freezes up.
There are no scratches on the disc, and perhaps someone with a little technology could at least make another copy that would continue to play. 

However, there is way more than enough material in the first 90 minutes that it remains a worthy item to sell/buy.   You would be buying this item with the understanding that you may not be able to make it much past 90 minutes.

The interview is done outside, trees in the background...circa ~1994.  Close-cropped of Mrs. Molland, wearing a blue sweater.  The person asking questions from behind the camera can barely be heard, but her answers certainly leave no doubt about what was asked.

This interview is from the perspective of a non-band member, but an insider nonetheless.  Based on her recollections, it appears that she endured the band's tragic story in a (mostly) sober frame of mind.

There is tons of discussion about what it was like to live with the band and what was going on with the agents and record companies, particularly as the band left Apple and joined Warner Brothers.  The whole Stan Polley thing is narrated from a completely different perspective....she says it was clear to her what was going on, but the band just didn't get it, or didn't want to.  Lots of mention about the other band members girlfriends.  Neat discussion about the making of Straight Up, the original rejected version, the re-recording, etc.  Lots about Wish You Were Here, which she states was the band's masterpiece, and she compares it to Abbey Road.

This interview will leave you saying "wow!".

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[Magazine] Beetle (September 1974)

Beetle:   Canadian bi-weekly and later monthly rock magazine from Toronto. Beetle started in December 1970 and lasted until 1975. 
 
Beetle   Vol. 5 No. 10 (September 1974) 
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Beetle (September 1974) contents
 
cover: Anne Murray 
Beetle (September 1974) cover
 

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Marquee Club Concert Programme (1968)

Marquee Club Concert Programme (January 1968) 
     Sat. 6th   The Iveys / The Open Mind 
     Thur. 25th   The Neat Change / The Iveys 
Marquee Club Programme January 1968
 
 
Marquee Club Concert Programme (February 1968) 
     Sat. 3rd   The Iveys / The Open Mind 
Marquee Club Programme Feb 1968
 
 
 
Marquee Club Concert Programme (November 1966) 
     Mon. 21st   Brian Auger / The Other Thing and Julie Driscoll / The Ivey's 
 
 
Marquee Club Concert Programme (October 1967) 
     Sat. 14th   The Neat Change / The Iveys 
Marquee Club Concert Programme (November 1967) 
     Thur. 30th   The Marmalade / The Iveys / Savoy Brown Blues Band 
 

Adam McCann - Without You (2018)

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Adam McCann - Without You (2018) 

 

★★★

Real Gone Music Newsletter (Dec 13, 2018)

Real Gone Music Newsletter (December 13, 2018

Close watchers of Real Gone Music probably noticed that we never sent out an email touting our new, deluxe Badfinger releases. That’s because demand was so hot and heavy that we were sold out of them before we could even hit “send!” But we finally have some (not many, but some!) back in stock now, so we figured we’d let you all know before they fly out the door again. 
 

★★★
 

Know One Knows / Inside Badfinger's Warner Bros. era (Dec 3, 2018)

Know One Knows 
 
December 3, 2018 David Bash 
 
Despite scoring three Top 10 and one Top 20 hits, money had been siphoned from them by their ruthless manager, and a general interest in them was waning.  Fortunately one label was interested: Warner Brothers, to whom the band was signed and subsequently released two most excellent albums, and also fortunately, Real Gone Music has deigned to reissue them both, complete with scads of bonus tracks, featuring demos and alternate mixes of most of the tracks on the albums. 
 

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