An essay by Roy written for MOJO Magazine in July 2005.
"Roy Harper has given mouth to mouth resuscitation to a sheep. He lives in Gormenghast Castle. And he's far, far grumpier than Van Morrison. Still, by all accounts he is a folk legend."
Legendary Skiffle Poet Attacks The Monsters Of Rock. About Roy's visit in Los Angeles.
Short article & interview relating to Roy's appearance at The Bottom Line.
A review of Live At Les Cousins.
Roy talks about some of his favourite music pieces.
Roy talks about his CD re-issues on Science Friction.
The original and - the author believes - superior text (i.e. before sub-editing) of the entry on Roy Harper for The Rough Guide to Rock. Written in 1995.
Transcription of Roy's and Nick's appearance on Tommy Boyd's radio show, which took place after a gig on 11th November 1994.
Interview with Roy on backstage after a gig, with Dave & Sue Burnham and Jon Dixon.
A long interview with Roy and a review of Death Or Glory
This was issued in 1992 by Roy's (now former) record company Awareness Records.
A legendary article and interview from a Finnish rock magazine.
TAP was the original Pink Floyd and Roger Waters magazine, which ceased publication after 60 issues. TAP interviewed Roy twice, mainly about his connections to Pink Floyd.
An audio excerpt from an interview by Dave McNarie, conducted at a pub and a snooker hall, both in Brixton.
Press release from 1977.
"Roy Harper singing love songs! Steve Lake tells all."
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