Elvis in Mojo Classics 1978 Special

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johnfoyle
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Elvis in Mojo Classics 1978 Special

Postby johnfoyle » Thu Mar 13, 2008 4:25 pm

For those of us who want to keep Elvis in a box marked 1978 , this latest Mojo Classics special will do the trick.

http://www.mojo4music.com/blog/2008/03/ ... _sale.html

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Writer Peter Doggett cleverly recycles his 1990's interviews with Elvis, along with Rhino liner notes by Elvis , and tells the usual tale. I'll post some extracts later.

This photo is new to me -
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Costello with 'rock consort' Bebe Beull is the caption on this ( enlarged here)

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Re: Elvis in Mojo Classics 1978 Special

Postby Jeff Volk » Sun Apr 06, 2008 1:38 pm

I just spent the $12.50- USA import price- to buy this and it was well worth it. The photos are all spectacular and it is the most extensive take on Blondie out there short of an actual book. Good amount of ink on Costello and what went on in 1978. Lots of great articles on the whole scene here and across the pond.
I highly recommend the purchase.

johnfoyle wrote:For those of us who want to keep Elvis in a box marked 1978 , this latest Mojo Classics special will do the trick.

http://www.mojo4music.com/blog/2008/03/ ... _sale.html

Image

Writer Peter Doggett cleverly recycles his 1990's interviews with Elvis, along with Rhino liner notes by Elvis , and tells the usual tale. I'll post some extracts later.

This photo is new to me -
Image
Costello with 'rock consort' Bebe Buell is the caption on this ( enlarged here)
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Re: Elvis in Mojo Classics 1978 Special

Postby Jeff Volk » Sun Apr 06, 2008 1:40 pm

I just spent the $12.50- USA import price- to buy this and it was well worth it. The photos are all spectacular and it is the most extensive take on Blondie out there short of an actual book. Good amount of ink on Costello and what went on in 1978. Lots of great articles on the whole scene here and across the pond.
I highly recommend the purchase. 8)

johnfoyle wrote:For those of us who want to keep Elvis in a box marked 1978 , this latest Mojo Classics special will do the trick.

http://www.mojo4music.com/blog/2008/03/ ... _sale.html

Image

Writer Peter Doggett cleverly recycles his 1990's interviews with Elvis, along with Rhino liner notes by Elvis , and tells the usual tale. I'll post some extracts later.

This photo is new to me -
Image
Costello with 'rock consort' Bebe Buell is the caption on this ( enlarged here)

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Re: Elvis in Mojo Classics 1978 Special

Postby krm » Mon Apr 07, 2008 7:02 am

Jeff Volk wrote:I just spent the $12.50- USA import price- to buy this and it was well worth it. The photos are all spectacular and it is the most extensive take on Blondie out there short of an actual book. Good amount of ink on Costello and what went on in 1978. Lots of great articles on the whole scene here and across the pond.
I highly recommend the purchase.

johnfoyle wrote:For those of us who want to keep Elvis in a box marked 1978 , this latest Mojo Classics special will do the trick.

http://www.mojo4music.com/blog/2008/03/ ... _sale.html

Image

Writer Peter Doggett cleverly recycles his 1990's interviews with Elvis, along with Rhino liner notes by Elvis , and tells the usual tale. I'll post some extracts later.

This photo is new to me -
Image
Costello with 'rock consort' Bebe Buell is the caption on this ( enlarged here)



well, we had that photo in ECIS many many years ago......

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Re: Elvis in Mojo Classics 1978 Special

Postby littletriggers » Wed Apr 09, 2008 12:44 pm

Talking of keeping in a box marked 78 I liked the dble page pix of Elvis & Richard Hell at CBGBs, I have not seen this pix before .


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