September 15, 1986 ~ Elvis Costello reunites with the original Attactions and producer Nick Lowe and releases Blood and Chocolate.
Elvis Costello and The Attractions release their 7th on August 5, 1983. It features their first #1 single, “Everyday I Write The Book.”
July 2, 1982 ~ Elvis Costello and The Attractions release “Imperial Bedroom.” It’s #166 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
A world with John Prine in it has been much better than the poorer one in which we now dwell. – Elvis Costello
It’s a wonderful tribute — almost a manifesto. And, it includes the random happening upon John Prine in a Wisconsin theater, so there’s that.
Elvis Costello releases his second album (first with The Attractions) on March 17, 1978.
It’s #98 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Elvis Costello closes out the 80’s with his 12th album … released on February 14, 1980. It’s his first without The Attractions since “My Aim is True” …
This is good …