Record Mirror, March 4, 1978

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(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea

Elvis Costello And The Attractions

Rosalind Russell

If I was gonna be real hip, I'd make this single of the week. But I'm not, and I'm not. I liked it, the bass and keyboards lay down a layer of sound as rich as Devil Cake, and I think it'll chart, but I can't say it's the best I've heard; nothing to do with the playing, or the singing, both of which were excellent, I just didn't think much to the song, not on a few hearings anyway. I'm probably gonna kick myself in a couple of weeks when the record has sought me out from every radio station I turn to, but at the moment I'm not turning cartwheels over it.

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Record Mirror, March 4, 1978

Rosalind Russell reviews "(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea."

Record Mirror reports Whirlwind will support Elvis Costello April 15 and 16, Roundhouse, London, England.

My Aim Is True is No. 38 on the US album chart (page 39).


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Clipping composite.

Whirlwind support

Record Mirror

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Up-and-coming young rockabilly band Whirlwind will support Elvis Costello at London's Roundhouse on April 15 and 16, it was announced this week.

Whirlwind's new single, "Hang Loose (I've Gotta Rock)," is available from March 3.

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Cover and page scan.


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