Tag Archives: Phil Mogg

UFO – The Salentino Cuts

December 3, 2017

Cleopatra 2017 Veterans of hard rock invasion make a foray into fellow repertoires’ territories to bring back misty green and blue. These guys have never been strangers to introducing other artists’ pieces – from Frankie Miller to Elvis’ gems and … Continue reading

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UFO Land For Cover Experience

July 29, 2017

UFO have never been strangers to an occasional cover of a memorable tune, be it Frankie Miller’s “A Fool In Love” or a “Mystery Train” blues, but on September 29th the British band go for the entire experience of delivering … Continue reading

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UFO – Live Sightings

March 4, 2016

Cleopatra 2016 Taking a shine out in the early ’80s, down-to-earth spacemen descend on American Midwest to let their rocks off. In public perception, past the ’70s, the halcyon days of UFO had been over; in reality, in the next … Continue reading

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UFO’s Early ’80s Shows To Be Released In A Box

January 13, 2016

Unlikely heroes of British rock,¬†UFO were rather unique in their transition from psych/space idiom to heavy tropes in the ’70s. But while the next decade, though, might have seemed inauspicious for the band, they regrouped and soldiered on delivering the … Continue reading

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Interview with PHIL MOGG (U.F.O.)

February 5, 2013

August 2002 Russian This may seem rather strange but U.F.O., never the players of hard rock major league, had penned much more smashes than, say, PURPLE or ZEPPELIN. Songs like “Too Hot To Handle”, “Only You Can Rock Me”, “Doctor … Continue reading

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