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Terry Allen: Lubbock (On Everything) (Special Delivery SPT 1007/8)

Ken Hunt, Folk Roots, April 1988

OVER THE LAST month or so, each time you turned on the TV, opened the paper or virtually any magazine that runs to book reviews, what did you get? I'll tell you. You got Tom Wolfe, The Bonfire Of The Vanities and 'New Journalism'. You got Chuck Berry and his news of the screws, and the movie Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll. That's what you got. Now, you can cut out the middleman because New Journalism met the bumpity-bump of Berry in one man: the eloquent Terry Allen.

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