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Don’t Forget All About It: Todd Rundgren’s Early Days in Nazz (Part 3 of 3)

Continued from Part Two… Stewkey was nominally the group’s lead vocalist, but Todd Rundgren – the band’s songwriter – was a singer as well. And Rundgren explains that he had […]

Don’t Forget All About It: Todd Rundgren’s Early Days in Nazz (Part 2 of 3)

Continued from Part One… With the prevailing Anglophile mindset of the four members of Nazz, however, there was a belief that the producer’s role extended to the sound of the […]

Don’t Forget All About It: Todd Rundgren’s Early Days in Nazz (Part 1 of 3)

For many decades now, Todd Rundgren has enjoyed a well-deserved reputation as one of popular music’s most restless and versatile artists. His large body of work spans multiple genres: rock, […]

Don’t Forget All About It: ‘Nazz Nazz’ at 50

Building upon the disparate influences of Philly soul, Jimi Hendrix, the Who and Laura Nyro, Nazz was quite a unique group. Though today the foursome is remembered chiefly as the […]

Album Mini-review: Todd Rundgren — An Evening with Todd Rundgren

File next to: Brian Wilson, Paul McCartney, Joe Jackson Rundgren has always been the most restless, resourceful and unpredictable of artists. It was two decades ago that he warned his […]

Todd Rundgren / Utopia / Nazz: A Critical Essay

DISCOGRAPHY Todd Rundgren Runt (Bearsville) 1970 The Ballad of Todd Rundgren (Bearsville) 1971 Something / Anything? (Bearsville) 1972 A Wizard / A True Star (Bearsville) 1973 Todd (Bearsville) 1974 Initiation […]