Albuquerque Journal, September 27, 2002

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Mellower Costello here Thursday


Joseph Ditzler

For one brief summer, in 1978, I found myself with one of the coolest record collections of anyone I knew.

Easter by Patti Smith; New Boots and Panties, by Ian Drury and the Blockheads ("Sex and drugs and rock 'n' roll, are all my brain and body need"); Love You Live, for my money the best live album by the Rolling Stones; and a personal favorite, The Tubes' What Do You Want from Live were but a few of the vinyl LPs circling the turntable that last, carefree summer before real life.

But the real prize that year, actually from the summer before but still leaving its mark, was My Aim is True, by a snarling, cryptic, angry young Englishman, a snaggle-toothed anti-matter Buddy Holly, possessed, named Elvis Costello, and his band, The Attractions.…


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Albuquerque Journal, October 5, 2002


Joseph Ditzler profiles Elvis Costello ahead of his concert with The Imposters, Thursday, October 3, 2002, Paolo Soleri Amphitheatre, Santa Fe, NM.


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