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Steve talks about Blurred Crusade Print E-mail
Written by Elley McDonald   
Friday, 01 January 1982

This interview mentions the name of the man, Ron Brown, who directed the videos for You Took and Almost With You, which were part of a short film to be shown in cinemas.  I saw Ron filming an interview with Marty in Melbourne a few years ago; I wonder what became of it? Interesting point: many of the BC songs were old and could have been on Of Skins and Heart.

Live Review Sydney 1985 pre Heyday Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 23 October 1985

Nice review that notes the more powerful, guitar-driven sound as Heyday songs are aired.

Long Australia interview with Steve 1984 after US tour Print E-mail
Written by Scott Howlett   
Sunday, 01 January 1984

Scott Howlett talks Steve about the band's reception in America, Australian audiences, his Asphalt Eden solo single and getting Peter Walsh for Heyday. Good interview!


Sing Songs review from RAM: mocking Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 01 January 1982

This review of the Sing Songs EP from RAM magazine takes the tone of a mocking English teacher. 

Live Review: Canberra 1984 or 85. Print E-mail
Written by Guy Allenby   
Sunday, 01 January 1984

A review of The Church playing live at Floyd's in Canberra, I'm guessing between Remote Luxury and Heyday (1984/85). It's unusual to see a live review that doesn't mention a song or album title.

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