“My Aim Is True” by Elvis Costello - album review

TJR says

The 22-year-old had been writing and performing since 1970 with no recognition, latterly getting by as a data-entry clerk. This criminal state of affairs was soon rectified when Stiff Records took a chance. The talented songwriter was backed in the studio by American country-rockers Clover who, it has to be said, did very well to hide the fact that they were American country rockers. This was the sound of a new generation – where country and blues could be thinly acknowledged, but the punk sneer was decidedly New Wave. 1977 was quite a year. R.I.P. Elvis I. Greetings Elvis II…

The Jukebox Rebel
25-Mar-2006

A1 [01:22] 9.3.png Elvis Costello - Welcome To The Working Week (Declan MacManus) New Wave
A2 [03:31] 7.8.png Elvis Costello - Miracle Man (Declan MacManus) New Wave
A3 [02:39] 8.6.png Elvis Costello - No Dancing (Declan MacManus) Cerebral Pop
A4 [02:49] 6.4.png Elvis Costello - Blame It On Cain (Declan MacManus) New Wave
A5 [03:21] 8.2.png Elvis Costello - Alison (Declan MacManus) Songwriter
A6 [02:09] 6.6.png Elvis Costello - Sneaky Feelings (Declan MacManus) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B1 [02:47] 8.7.png Elvis Costello - (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes (Declan MacManus) New Wave
B2 [03:15] 10.0.png Elvis Costello - Less Than Zero (Declan MacManus) New Wave
B3 [01:38] 6.4.png Elvis Costello - Mystery Dance (Declan MacManus) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B4 [02:33] 5.6.png Elvis Costello - Pay It Back (Declan MacManus) Pop
B5 [02:57] 6.0.png Elvis Costello - I’m Not Angry (Declan MacManus) New Wave
B6 [03:22] 6.4.png Elvis Costello - Waiting For The End Of The World (Declan MacManus) New Wave




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