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Louis Rhead - Bibliography
... Illustrated and Decorated by Louis Rhead ... and Louis Rhead ... Illustrated by Frederick and Louis Rhead ...
Leaving Here - Motörhead Version
... Leaving Here" Single by Motörhead B-side "White Line Fever" Released 1977 Format 7" Recorded Peeble Beach Studio, Worthing, England 1977 Genre Hard ... On April 28, 1979, Motörhead founder Lemmy was interviewed by John Tobler on BBC Radio 1's Rock on Saturday show, "Motorhead", "Leaving Here" and "Limb from Limb" were played ...
Alan Burridge (writer) - Life
... In 1977, Burridge became interested in heavy rock band Motörhead, and in January 1980, started the Motorhead Magazine fanzine ... Motorheadbangers, the official Motörhead fan club originally managed by drummer Phil Taylor's sister, Helen, ceased operations in 1983, Burridge, then working as a warehouseman, was asked by the band to roll it ... history and official UK releases, whilst the July 1993 edition concentrated on Motörhead rarities ...
Louis Rhead - Exhibition
... Bernard Bumpus (1921–2004) was the leading authority on the Rhead family ... In the 1980s Bumpus curated an exhibition Rhead Artists and Potters at the Geffrye Museum in London, which mainly featured works of art by the Rhead family, but also included examples of Louis Rhead's flies ... Bumpus hoped to take a version of the exhibition to the USA, but, despite American interest in the Rhead family, this project foundered ...
Bastards (Motörhead Album)
... is the eleventh album by the British band Motörhead, released in 1993 on ZYX Records, and it is their first studio album they recorded with the short-lived Lemmy, Phil Campbell, Würzel ... It was also the first of four Motörhead albums that were produced by Howard Benson ...