R ECENT SURVEYS REVEAL that each American family spends an average of six hours per night mesmerized by a television
OPULAR MUSIC serves as the timepiece of our decade, measuring attitudinal changes just as a watch compartmentalizes the day. A
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N OTHING IS SACRED ANYMORE; what with Watergate and the ongoing protest of radical priests in America, both politics and
G OSSIP IS the favorite American pastime, and Rolling Stone magazine is its chief practitioner in the rock music galaxy.
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C RIME DOESN'T PAY. At least that's what the post-Watergate flurry of indictments, CIA bugs hidden in chandeliers, and James
L ISTENING TO Jackson Browne is like bobbing for apples--choice morsels are there, but his peculiar mixture of poignancy and