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Life at 33 1/3: It’s always after midnight

Tom Waits, Heartattack and Vine (Asylum) From the vaults of Carl Meyer, a record review written in October 1980. Tom Waits is the poet of the...

Life at 33 1/3: The avenger of the nerds

Elvis Costello, My Aim Is True (Stiff) A debut album that no one saw coming.  It burst through the heavy thunder clouds of punk rock...

Life at 33 1/3: Bowie reincarnated

Psychedelic Furs, Forever Now (CBS) *From the vaults of Carl Meyer, and original album review written in October 1982.* The sound of Psychedelic Furs, led by...

Life at 33 1/3: The album classics of 1964

Here’s ten of the best and most important albums that were released 56 years ago. Except for “A Hard Day’s Night” you may rank...

Life at 33 1/3: The “Rubber Soul” of the Beach Boys

The Beach Boys: Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!) (Capitol) “Summer Days (And Summer Nights!)” was overshadowed by both its predecessor, “The Beach Boys Today!” and...

Life at 33 1/3: Thriller gets the axe

Michael Jackson, Thriller (Epic) From the vaults of Carl Meyer: a vintage record review written and published in December 1982. Everything was neatly planned and executed...

Life at 33 1/3: Hermania made Ramones tick

Herman’s Hermits, 20 Greatest Hits (K-tel) Talkin’ to Joey and Johnny when The Ramones visited Oslo in 1980, I was quite unprepared for their total...

Life at 33 1/3: Viva Australia

The Saints, Prehistoric Sounds (Harvest) *From the vault of Carl Meyer, an original album review written in November 1978.* The Saints’ third LP is an interesting...

Life at 33 1/3: The guitar hero and the little boy...

Gary Moore, Back On The Streets (MCA) *From the vaults of Carl Meyer, two album reviews written in March and April 1979.* Gary Moore became a...

Life at 33 1/3: The fine line between love and disgust

Randy Newman, Good Old Boys (Reprise) Randy Newman’s cleverly seductive satire and deadly accurate irony has never, before or after, been given better working conditions...

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