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FlinterFile: Graham Parker & The Rumour- Hey Lord, Don't Ask Me Questions

In 1978, Graham Parker & the Rumour released a live album. Graham Parker and The Rumour worked together, but also had solo hits. However, together they made a golden team. 73 more words

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Graham Parker - Heat Treatment

ARTIST: Graham Parker 
TITLE: Heat Treatment
YEAR RELEASED: 1976
CHART ACTION: #169 US, #52 UK
SINGLES: None from the album.
OTHER SONGS YOU MAY KNOW: 261 more words

Grade: B

Newt's Top 10 albums of 2001

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, DEC. 13, 2001

By Steve Newton

Cranky bugger that I am, I often use my allotted space to vent my displeasure with the popular, live music–killin’ DJ scene, but this year I don’t feel like it. 340 more words

Buddy Guy

Graham Parker

He was supposed to be equal to Elvis Costello, but he never had any hits, and I’d be surprised if anyone can name at least one of his songs. 680 more words

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One Song/Three Versions - I Want You Back

Another in a series of random posts on the different ways artists re-interpret songs. 

“Diana Ross Presents the Jackson Five” is how this band was billed when they first hit the scene. 339 more words

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NPR Contributor Who Plagiarized 10 Music Articles Resigns

Brian Wise, a reporter and online editor for NPR-affiliated classical music station WQXR, resigned yesterday after a copy editor discovered that words or phrases from 10 of his stories had been copied from other sources without attribution. 245 more words

New York Times

Music Video: Graham Parker and The Rumour - Tear Your Playhouse Down / Hey Lord (Live1979)

So, last night in one of my dreams, Graham Parker was mentioned.  That’s as good a reason as any to post this clip taken from one of my favorite concerts ever.  58 more words

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