In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever <https://www.furious.com/perfect/index0222.html
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Is "For Everyone!" really for everyone? by Kurt Wildermuth
"Elvis's eighth album for RCA, 1965's Elvis for Everyone!, displays some of the king's early power, but it shows off other aspects of the man as well. From afar it seems like an odd creation and a curious choice for analysis. Yet this collection has hidden depths."
Making the case for his legendary status, by Dean Ostrand
"Most people probably think of Del Shannon, if they think of him at all, as "that 'Runaway' guy." But he was more than a one-hit wonder, way more: a rock and roll original; a hitmaker many times over, popular worldwide; a talented and prolific songwriter; a stellar singer, a celebrated guitarist, an inspiring live performer; an accomplished producer/arranger/talent scout; a successful businessman; and, possibly most important, a major influence on the rock musicians and rock music that followed in his wake."
Interview- Colin Blunstone solo & in the bosom of the undead, by John Wisniewski
"Known as the voice of beloved British Invasion group the Zombies, Blunstone strode out by himself in the early 70s with his solo album "One Year," which has recently seen a long-overdue reissue. Here, he speaks about his solo album, his time with the Zombies and future recording/touring plans."
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