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CRAWDADDY MAGAZINE INTERVIEW

Paul Williams, Intrepid Crawdaddy! Editor, flew to Englewood New Jersey, in March 1967 to record the following interview with Paul Rothchild, producer for Elektra Records. Cowboy Paul (see enclosed hat) Is 32, and had produced albums by the Butterfield Blues Band, Love, Koerner, Ray and Glover, etc.; the Top 20. Paul is happy about that. Williams: How the hell does Krieger play so slow? Rothchild: Well, it’s understandable when you Read More …

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Crawdaddy Magazine – Unknown Soldier

by Michael Horowitz **(continued on from previous page?)…service, they’d choose Navy. But they’re just not interested in a military life altogether.” At the time, I did not let on that I knew that one of the “boys” Admiral Morrison was referring to was the nations leading rock personality. Yet the Admiral couldn’t be so sure of my innocence. It must have been un-nerving for him to speak of his sons, Read More …

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Rock is Rock: A Discussion of Doors Song

Published in CRAWDADDY Magazine By PAUL WILLIAMS Very few people have the balls to talk about “rock and roll” anymore. Revolver made it difficult. Between the Buttons, Smile, and the Doors’ lp are making it impossible. “Pop music” is definable only by pointing at a current chart; the Doors are not “pop,” they are simply “modern music.” The term applies not because rock has achieved the high standards of mainstream Read More …

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