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April 8, 1994 | DENNIS HUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"She sounds good--maybe she'll sing a duet with her husband, Lyle Lovett, next," said a local DJ recently after playing the No. 1 single on the dance chart, the frisky "I Want You." Julia Roberts, the actress, moonlighting as a dance-music singer? Not really. That DJ was just joking about the confusion over the name of singer Juliet Roberts.
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April 8, 1994 | DENNIS HUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"She sounds good--maybe she'll sing a duet with her husband, Lyle Lovett, next," said a local DJ recently after playing the No. 1 single on the dance chart, the frisky "I Want You." Julia Roberts, the actress, moonlighting as a dance-music singer? Not really. That DJ was just joking about the confusion over the name of singer Juliet Roberts.
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November 8, 1992 | ELENA OUMANO, Elena Oumano is a frequent contributor to Calendar.
The stars in this edition of Gotta Dance--a periodic survey of dance-oriented singles and collections of alternate mixes--range from Jamaican newcomer Clifton (Specialist) Dillon to dance diva Rozalla to Sister Sledge alumna Kathy Sledge. WIND AND JUMP UP Cobra's "Flex" (Columbia). This Jamaican-produced slice of dancehall naughtiness is currently dominating turntables on the East Coast and has already won a climactic spot on the playlist at Kingston 12, L.A.'s reggae dance spot.
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June 30, 1999 | T.H. McCULLOH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The closer the actors playing star-cross'd lovers Romeo and Juliet are to the characters' actual ages, the sadder their final undoing. Romeo was 17, his fair Juliet but 14, both too young to understand the dark net they were winding about themselves. Franco Zeffirelli was lucky for his 1968 film version, finding actors exactly the right age. But Shakespeare Orange County director Thomas F.
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March 13, 1988 | CONNIE JOHNSON
England has long been in love with American black music. The Beatles adored Little Richard. The Rolling Stones worshiped Chuck Berry. Joe Cocker idolized Ray Charles. And everyone--Elton John to George Michael--swears by Motown. But there's something different about a new crop of British pop stars who are enthralled with American black music. Unlike the hit-makers of the past, these artists are themselves black.
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