Berkshire Eagle, August 18, 1996

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All This Useless Beauty

Elvis Costello

Seth Rogovoy

Who would've predicted back in 1977 that the adenoidal-voiced singer of My Aim Is True would someday mature into the most compelling vocalist in popular music? That is what Costello proves himself to be on his latest effort, which reunites him with producer Geoff Emerick and his band, The Attractions, on a dozen tunes, many of which were written for or recorded by other artists. With his voice mixed way out front and his singular way with a melody the focus, Costello lays claim to the mantle of sophisticated lyricist and melodicist and pop singer extraordinaire on his best album since Spike and perhaps since Imperial Bedroom.

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Berkshire Eagle, August 18, 1996


Seth Rogovoy reviews All This Useless Beauty.

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