Time Out Magazine No 997 1989 September 27 October 4 Ian Dury Mike Tyson Tracy Chapman

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Time Out Magazine No 997 1989 September 27 October 4 Ian Dury Mike Tyson Tracy Chapman
Time Out MAGAZINE No 997 1989 features Tracy Chapman on cover....Contents as follows.
POWER FAILURE The much vaunted plans to turn Battersea Power Station into Britain's biggest tourist attraction have turned sour. The building lies in ruins, exposed to the elements, and could even end up demolished. As Wandsworth Council considers legal action, Sarah Baxter unravels a history of broken promises.
FIGHTING TALK Ex-boxer Jose Torres penned 'Sting Like a Bee', a brilliant biography of friend Muhammad Ali. Now he's turned his attention to former pal, Mike Tyson, who's fuming about the hard-hitting result. Steve Grant met him.
TRIAL BY DURY Since the Blockheads hung up their rhythm sticks, Ian Dury has taught Walter Matthau cockney, followed Bob Hoskins to Czechoslovakia, and acted for his schoolmate Peter Greenaway. Brian Case spoke to him about his new musical, 'Apples', in which his sleazy reporter Byline Browne digs up dirt on the spanking Sinister Minister.
AT THE CROSSROADS On the eve of her second album, 'Crossroads', Tracy Chapman faces a major dilemma: once a struggling coffee-house balladeer, she is now groomed by Madonna's photographer; and where once she was purely concerned with urban poverty, she now has to work out where to invest her millions. Lloyd Bradley talks up a revolution.
CHEQUE MATE As Sadler's Wells lays the board for the World Chess Championship semi-finals this week, Don Perretta looks at the kings and pawns of the game, including the first Englishman to reach the final four — and who could stand to win $2 million.
SOUL FOOD From the simmering cauldrons of New Orleans comes the rich, bubbling sound of the Neville Brothers. Nick Coleman gets the recipe for a wild weekend at the Town & Country Club from the veteran funk 'n' soul stars.
TOUCH WOOD RSC star John Wood has a reputation for taking tough parts. His current role in The Master Builder' is one of Ibsen's most complex. and I far is the next in line..

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