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IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR: FEATURES & INTERVIEWS


Follow the links below to read/listen/view interviews and/or features about IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR: THE LIFE & SOUL OF WILSON PICKETT.

In The Midnight Hour: The Life & Soul of Wilson Pickett: video of reading, discussion with fellow soul biographer Jonathan Gould, and audience questions from Greenlight Bookstore, Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

The World Tonight/Newshour. Excerpt from BBC Radio 4/World Service interview with Jamie Coomarasamy.

The World Tonight. Full interview, with music, on BBC Radio 4, interview with Jamie Coomarasamy. (Starts at approx 40 mins.)

The ModcastReturn of long-standing modernist podcast hosted by Eddie Piller and Dean Rudland. With fellow guests Tony Rounce and Kurtis Powers.

The Word Podcast. Audio of live author event hosted by David Hepworth and Mark Ellen in London.

‘In the Midnight Hour’ tells ‘real story’ of Wilson Pickett: The Memphis Commercial Appeal puts Wilson Pickett on the cover of its weekend section. Includes interview with the author.

The Life And Soul Of Wilson Pickett: Radio interview with Joe Donahue from New England/Upstate NY NPR station WAMC

The life and times of singer Wilson Pickett: Radio interview with Larry Mantle for AirTalk on South California NPR station KPCC

Wilson Pickett’s Breakout Moment in Memphis: Radio interview with Christopher Blank from Mid-South NPR station WKNO

Blues and Grooves: A one-hour special on Wilson Pickett with host Jaffo. Also available as a Podcast through iTunes.

Northern Soul: Interview with Richard Searling on BBC Radio Manchester.

Author interview with Jimmy Buff at Radio Woodstock WDST.

Art of the Hudson Valley: one-hour interview (including music) with Chad Weckler at WGXC

Double Bummer hosted by Robert Ham on Xray FM: interview with considerable and eclectic Wilson Pickett playlist.

 

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  1. Rick Ruggles

    16 January, 2017 at 4:06 pm

    Tony, I’m reading Moon. Thx for your hard, excellent work on it. My question: Has The Who’s reputation diminished over time? It seems Zeppelin has blown by them. I think they OPENED for Roger Waters (good grief) @ Desert Trip. Queen & Pink Floyd seem as respected today. That never would’ve been suggested 40 yrs ago. What are your thoughts?

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