Links to Was (Not) Was sites.
From last year:
Don Was Interviewed for Ann Delisi’s Essential Music
There are kids who want to grow up and become rock stars.
And then there are the Don Fagensons — the ones whose visions of musical glory lie amid the microphones and mixing boards of a recording studio.
Read more at Detroit Free Press
Brother David is writing a blog – You can read it at Play Goes Strong
Luis Resto has a new album on Orchide Records titled “Combo De Momento”. It’s a vinyl only release and there’s a video for one of the songs on YouTube
Thanks go to Freddie Brooks for the information.
Very brief entry for the band at Wikipedia
Soultracks.com provides a short biography of the band.
Newly revamped, And How We Danced provides a short disography, and biography of the band.
Salsa Web – their interview with Sir Harry Bowens.
The Boneshakers Online is The Boneshakers official web site.
Sound On Sound an interview with Don about Orquestra Was
Rolling Stone shows us some photos, and gives reviews of the band’s albums.
Artist Direct is second to AMG in providing information.
Trouser Press is back, after a long absence, with a concise entry for the Was Bros.
BBC only gives us minimal information.
The All Music Guide is possibly the most comprehensive information on the band.
AMG represents the combined effort of over two hundred experienced music writers
to point out the most important artists and their finest music.
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