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March 8, 1996 | RICHARD CROMELIN
Jack Logan looked more like a guy who'd deliver the beer to the Troubadour than someone who'd headline the rock club, but there he was on Wednesday, a swimming pool motor repair man in his mid-30s from Georgia, howling from the blue-collar fringe. Logan's story hook has earned him a lot of ink in the past couple of years.
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March 8, 1996 | RICHARD CROMELIN
Jack Logan looked more like a guy who'd deliver the beer to the Troubadour than someone who'd headline the rock club, but there he was on Wednesday, a swimming pool motor repair man in his mid-30s from Georgia, howling from the blue-collar fringe. Logan's story hook has earned him a lot of ink in the past couple of years.
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January 13, 1996 | RICHARD CROMELIN
Like most of this album's songs, there's a double edge to its title--a pharmaceutical that lifts the spirits, or a closed chamber that takes you up and down. This Georgia-based grass-roots discovery and his band Liquor Cabinet play music that's buoyant and robust, a blend of garage intensity and pop dynamism overflowing with hooks. Logan fronts it with a droll voice cut from Costello/Hiatt cloth. But his lyrics are as close and claustrophobic as his music is expansive.
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January 13, 1996 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jack Logan hasn't let a pair of rave notices from Rolling Stone go to his head. Described by the magazine as "a master storyteller," the 36-year-old singer-songwriter from Winder, Ga., has no plans to quit his day job at Doraville Electric Motor Service, where he earns about $7.50 an hour rebuilding swimming-pool motors. "I'm not taking out any big loans or anything," Logan says with a self-mocking laugh.
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January 13, 1996 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jack Logan hasn't let a pair of rave notices from Rolling Stone go to his head. Described by the magazine as "a master storyteller," the 36-year-old singer-songwriter from Winder, Ga., has no plans to quit his day job at Doraville Electric Motor Service, where he earns about $7.50 an hour rebuilding swimming-pool motors. "I'm not taking out any big loans or anything," Logan says with a self-mocking laugh.
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January 13, 1996 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jack Logan hasn't let a pair of rave notices from Rolling Stone go to his head. Described by the magazine as "a master storyteller," the 36-year-old singer-songwriter from Winder, Ga., has no plans to quit his day job at Doraville Electric Motor Service, where he earns about $7.50 an hour rebuilding swimming-pool motors. "I'm not taking out any big loans or anything," Logan says with a self-mocking laugh.
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October 13, 1996
Much-rumored photos featuring Courtney Love and Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland together in very suggestive poses were set to appear in Hustler, according to some reports, but were instead bought by the magazine's publisher, Larry Flynt, and destroyed, sources close to those involved say. Flynt befriended Love during filming of "The People vs. Larry Flynt," the upcoming movie about Flynt in which Love co-stars with Woody Harrelson. . . .
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January 13, 1996 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jack Logan hasn't let a pair of rave notices from Rolling Stone go to his head. Described by the magazine as "a master storyteller," the 36-year-old singer-songwriter from Winder, Ga., has no plans to quit his day job at Doraville Electric Motor Service, where he earns about $7.50 an hour rebuilding swimming-pool motors. "I'm not taking out any big loans or anything," Logan says with a self-mocking laugh.
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January 13, 1996 | RICHARD CROMELIN
Like most of this album's songs, there's a double edge to its title--a pharmaceutical that lifts the spirits, or a closed chamber that takes you up and down. This Georgia-based grass-roots discovery and his band Liquor Cabinet play music that's buoyant and robust, a blend of garage intensity and pop dynamism overflowing with hooks. Logan fronts it with a droll voice cut from Costello/Hiatt cloth. But his lyrics are as close and claustrophobic as his music is expansive.
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February 18, 1996 | Robert Hilburn, Robert Hilburn is The Times' pop music critic
Two strikingly different but equally assured soundtrack albums--the somber "Dead Man Walking" and the more comforting "Waiting to Exhale"--highlight this edition of our guideto keeping up with what's exciting in pop while staying within an album budget of $50 a month. January The Chemical Brothers, "Exit Planet Dust," Astralwerks/Caroline. Tricky and Goldie aren't the only British dance forces using beats to forge a bond with open-minded rock fans.
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October 23, 1987 | KENNETH HERMAN
After performances by a Belgian symphony orchestra, a Russian chamber ensemble, and a Canadian circus, October's blitz of visiting foreign groups shows no sign of abating. Sunday evening at San Diego State University, local audiences can hear the 48-voice Swedish Master Chorale from Sundsvall, Sweden. SDSU music Prof. Jack Logan invited the chorus to perform as part of the university's weekly concert series that offers music from different cultures.
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