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Carole Bennett - Haunted Lover 2: Julie Grant - Then Only Then 2: Susan Maughan - Make Him Mine 2: The Girlfriends - For My Sake 1: Andrea Carroll - Doolang 1: Diane Renay - Man Of Mystery 2: Mina - Citta Vuota 2: The Raindrops - Isn't That Love 1: Tracey Dey - Go Away 2: Joanne Engel - I Want Him 2: The Opals - Tender Lover 2: Joanne Touchstone - Walk Softly 2: Jean Brooks - Tomorrow Never Came 2: Claudia Mori - Non Guardami 3: Miss Cathy Brasher - Sh The Kelly Sisters - Joey 2: Carolyn Brant - My Man 2: Tawney Williams - Pretty Little Words 2: Monica Kirby - Scary Movies 0: Jill Jackson - Pixie Girl 1: Petula Clark - Resist 2: The Ronettes - Recipe For Love 2: Connie Francis - Pretty Little Baby 2: The Donays - Bad Boy 2: Barbara Ruskin - Song Without End 2: Ann Craig - Nobody Loves Me 2: Diane Ray - My Summer Love 2: Elisabeth Lands - Walk Softly Children 2: Millie Foster - Ole Father Time 2: Shirley Bolt - Laughable 2: Anna King - The Big Change 2: A New Girl - Dean, Debbie 2: Every Day - Tina Robin 1: Pitter Patter - Joey Kay 2: I Won't Fall - Joey Kay 2: You Broke My Heart - Rosettes 2: Old Enough - Lisa Anders 2: Twenty-Four Hours - Billie Daye 2: Till Then - Cristy Cummins 2: I'm Too Young - Kathy Dodd 2: Bad News - Barbara English 2: The Reason - Five Chanels aka Chanels female 2: What's The Use - Jonna Gault 2: First Aniversary - Cathy Carr 2: He's A Doll - The Honeys 2: It's Almost Tomorrow - Marshans 2: In His Car - Susan Lynne 2: Loving You Baby - Barbara Paul 2: Run, Steven, Run - The Dreamettes 1: Simmer Down Susie - Michelle 2: Be good to your baby - The Avons 2: He's My Guy - Catherine Parr 2: Please Gypsy - Renay, Diane 3: Lost Winter's Dream - Lisa 3: Johnny Liar - Molly Bee 2: International Girl - Beas 2: I Need You - The Reginas 2: Sailor Boy - Donna Butterworth 2: Sugar Kisses - Donna Butterworth 1: Sailor Lover Boy - Gia Mateo 2: With His Plinkety - Gia Mateo 2: No One Cares - Ginny Arnell 1: Tribute To You - Ginny Arnell 2: Don't Go - Kathy Brandon 2: Kenny - Pin-Ups 2: Still, any impressions of South Bend?
Any comments on the Notre Dame music scene at the time? Again, I realize you only encountered hours worth of certain aspects of it.
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Some of our teachers actually used to make us say a prayer for Notre Dame on Fridays during football season. For what I saw of it, I was very impressed by the Notre Dame music scene.
I highly doubt that any nun ever predicted that I would make it to Notre Dame; if anything it would have been the opposite: You were generous enough to distribute your last major issue 40 of Lookout that night. I remember friends and myself discussing your writing and perspectives for months.
I know your life situation shifted in major ways at that time in your life, but did you foresee 40 being that last major issue of Lookout?
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No, I had no idea at the time that 40 would be the last issue. On the contrary, I was quite pleased in that I felt I had broken new ground with that issue first full color cover, much greater diversity of material, expanded size and that I had passed the year mark in publishing it.
I was already writing articles for the next issue, including a tour journal that I was keeping, and to this day I have a computer file somewhere full of outlines and partially completed stories for what would have been Lookout And once I left the record company, I lost the distribution network that had enabled me to get the magazine all over the country.
It was a bit discouraging.