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August 13, 1989 | DON HECKMAN
At first glance, John Anello Jr. would never fulfill anyone's vision of a recording company mini-mogul. Baby-faced, apple-cheeked and slight of stature, this guitarist, composer and businessman has an unassuming appearance that offers little evidence of his nickname, "Mr. Relentless"--until he begins to talk. Then, in a choppy stream of nonstop sentences peppered with laughs, asides and mimicry, it all becomes clear. Anello is a man whose energy level only knows one setting: high.
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August 13, 1989 | DON HECKMAN
At first glance, John Anello Jr. would never fulfill anyone's vision of a recording company mini-mogul. Baby-faced, apple-cheeked and slight of stature, this guitarist, composer and businessman has an unassuming appearance that offers little evidence of his nickname, "Mr. Relentless"--until he begins to talk. Then, in a choppy stream of nonstop sentences peppered with laughs, asides and mimicry, it all becomes clear. Anello is a man whose energy level only knows one setting: high.
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July 26, 1985 | RANDY LEWIS, Times Staff Writer
At times, John Anello Jr. probably wishes he had a twin to help him carry on the dual existence he leads. By day, he's the president of tiny Costa Mesa-based Cexton Records label. At night, Anello retires his business suit and tie and heads out to local nightclubs to become Cexton Records' premiere recording artist: jazz guitarist John Anello Jr.
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