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Robert Webb on cover versions

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Dear Bonehead, there is life after Oasis

Sacked Oasis drummer Tony McCarroll has turned his back on the celebrity circus and devoted himself to working with alienated youngsters. Speaking exclusively to the `IoS' he tells just-departed guitarist Paul `Bonehead' Arthurs that fame isn't everything

Jazz Notes: Flights from, and back to, the status quo

WITH A new chic based on old brand names, jazz by the end of the 1980s had become self-satisfied. As the end of the 1990s approaches, it has become cocooned establishment paranoia, disguised, as are many elements in our society, as tradition.

Pop: True blues to the core

KELLY JOE PHELPS ERRIGLE INN BELFAST

Football: Hey Joe, can I play too?

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An Equal Music

Film: The Big Picture - Psychological warfare

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American Times Washington: Trapped in the lift with Jimi Hendrix

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Obituary: Bryan MacLean

BRYAN MACLEAN, guitarist and vocalist and songwriter in the cult American psychedelic band Love, wrote the seminal Sixties classic "Alone Again Or" and recorded three albums still revered by critics and connoisseurs. Trivia fans only realised that the Californian musician had nearly been one of the Monkees last August when Channel 4 aired Ian MacMillan's fine documentary Daydream Believers.
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