Category Archives: Richard Hell

Dr. Feelgood – Stupidity (1976)

With the recent passing of Wilko Johnson, best known as guitarist and songwriter for UK rock group Dr. Feelgood, The Press takes a look at one of their finest albums: the chart-topping live document, Stupidity. Wilko Johnson, who recently passed … Continue reading

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Top 5 Songs – Robert Quine

Robert Quine’s steady session work with a wide range of musicians created an individual vocabulary as crucial as any guitarist in rock. The Press counts down the American guitarist’s Top 5 Songs. Emerging in the New York punk scene in … Continue reading

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I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp – An Autobiography

Author: Richard Hell (2013) A rock icon. Ex-Television, Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers, and Richard Hell and Voidoids. Released an album called Blank Generation in 1977 – one of the great albums. First Edition. The punk rock innovator and a … Continue reading

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