City College of San Francisco Guardsman, April 3, 1986

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King Of America

The Costello Show (Featuring Elvis Costello)

Bernadette Lurati

An old British new wave artist turns into a Bob Dylan-rockabilly style musician. These are the words to describe veteran rocker Elvis Costello.

It's a good try for Costello, but boring. Costello does a version of the Animals tune "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood." It makes the Animals look tame.

The best song on the album and a real jumpin' tune is "Lovable." This song reminds one of the old Costello.

The album was produced by T-Bone Burnett and Declan Patrick Aloysins. Costello dropped his attractions this time around. Better attract them back for that old familiar Costello beat or else we will be bored by a bad Dylan imitation.

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The Guardsman, April 3 - 17, 1986


Bernadette Lurati reviews King Of America.

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1986-04-03 City College of San Francisco Guardsman page 05 clipping 01.jpg
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1986-04-03 City College of San Francisco Guardsman page 05.jpg
Page scan.

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