Record magazine December 1982 Vol 2 No 11 Robert Plant B-52's Human League The Kinks
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Record magazine December 1982 Vol 2 No 11 Robert Plant B-52's Human League The KinksRecord magazine/newspaper Dec 1982 Vol 2 No 4
Human League's Strange Days / Recreating The Kinks
Robert Plant Into The Light: The Record Interview
DOWN AND NEARLY out at the end of the 70s, the Kinks have been riding a hot streak in the '80s, playing to packed arenas and making hit records again. Why? "Because we've recreated what we started out to do," says Ray Davies. "We're a dance band with good lyrics." Well, it's not all that simple.
J. J. Jackson: A Life In Video By Carol Cooper
WE CHECK IN the MTV vee-jay who has the most experience in the music industry (14 years) on the theory that, as the issue ofracism in rock heats up, it might be instructive to learn what J. J. Jackson thinks of himself and his employer.
Silliness With A Cutting Edge By Derk Richardson
AFTER A DISAPPOINTING venture with producer David Byrne on Mesopotamia, the B-52's have got back in the silly groove on their new Whammy! LP. But there's more tha_h just laughs to be had.
Recreating The Kinks By Jim Sullivan.
SUPERB NEW ALBUMS by Delia Bell and the Whites prove country music as rich and vital as at any time in its history. Also reviewed: Stevie Nicks, Rod Stewart, Johnny Gill, Mitch Ryder, reissues of Big Maybelle and Slim Harpo, Pat Metheny. Miles Davis, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Peter Gabriel and others.
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