Record magazine September 1982 Vol 2 No 4 Stray Cats Hall & Oates Police Sting David Bowie
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Record magazine September 1982 Vol 2 No 4 Stray Cats Hall & Oates Police Sting David BowieRecord magazine/newspaper Sept 1982 Vol 2 No 4
ACCORDING TO J.D. Considine, Michael Jackson's Thriller "attains a vastness of range that verge on a sort of universal pop." Meanwhile, Dan Hedges finds Phil Collins "still caught up in the long, slow process of letting go" on a new solo LP,
although there is much to praise. Also reviewed: Chic, Dream Syndicate, Prince, Muddy Waters and others.
IN AN EXCLUSIVE interview, Sting discusses how his budding movie career helps subvert the process whereby fans "love you one minute and want to destroy you the next."
CROSBY, STILLS AND Nash have a big year lined up. In addition to a new CS&N album, there's a Stephen Stills-Jimmy page collaboration pending, plus an album (due in March) featuring Graham Nash and the original members Of the Hollies.
NOT SINCE STEVIE Wonder took control of his art in the late 60s has a pop-soul artist brought such a wide range of talents to bear on the music he makes for himself and for others. In a lively and candid interview, Luther Vandross contemplates the forces that have helped make him a dominant influence in his chosen profession.
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