Issue: 19820901

Wednesday, September 1, 1982
September
3
True
98
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
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Esquire
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E.f Hutton & Company Inc.
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E.F Hutton & Company Inc.
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1
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Calhoun’s Collectors Society
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Calhoun’s Collectors Society
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tableOfContents
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Esquire
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Johnnie Walker
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Johnnie Walker
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0005.xml
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TDK Electronics Corp.
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TDK Electronics Corp.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0006.xml
masthead
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Esquire
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Backstage With Esquire
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A Stylish History
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Phillip Moffitt
THE LAUNCH of The Esquire Collection, our new biannual magazine-within-amagazine, is the occasion for this month’s cover. The Collection, which will run in the September and March issues of Esquire, will offer smart, serviceable coverage of men’s fashion and grooming.
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LETTERS
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The Sound and the Fury
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GLEN WAGGONER’S lofty praise of the monopolistic, television-oriented National Football League in “Money Games” (June) is certainly felicitous from the perspective of the businessman: a guaranteed yearly return on an initial investment is the business executive’s dream.
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Philip Morris Inc.
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Philip Morris Inc.
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UNCONVENTIONAL WISDOM
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And Now the Real News
Profound change is afoot—and still the evening news gives us fires and the Dow Jones
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ADAM SMITH
WHEN I turn off the television news, I am convinced that we live in a very rapidly changing world that is unseen by what is called “news. ” If we limit our perceptions to this “news, ” we have a very distorted idea of reality. The real news arrives almost on the village level, but we seldom have a conceptual scheme in which to place it, so we tend not to consider it significant.
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Fidelity
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Fidelity
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Advertisement: the Random House Dictionary
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The Random House Dictionary
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Lem Motlow, Prop., Inc.
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Lem Motlow, Prop., Inc.
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Advertisement: Hydrocurve Ii
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Hydrocurve II
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ETHICS
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The Eyes of Fear
As deep as a lover’s, as red as a rat’s—the challenge is to hold their gaze
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LAURENCE SHAMES
REMEMBER HOW they did it in 1984? They studied you until they’d learned your deepest fear—rats, bats, darkness, whatever—and then they used that fear to turn you. The premise was that while human beings might be expected to behave with some degree of dignity and moral sense under normal circumstances, they’d crumble when confronted with their personal demons; courage and resolve would slip away, and people would become abject, malleable, capable of any sort of betrayal.
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Advertisement: Wolfschmidt Genuine Vodka
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Wolfschmidt Genuine Vodka
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AMERICAN BEAT
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Burning Bright
After a youth of fame and glory, the rest of your life still beckons
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BOB GREENE
MOST MEN and women lead their lives on an incline. Following their schooling they set out on a career path, and their success level gradually inches upward until retirement. On a graph, it would look like the sales performance of a steadily growing, well-managed company.
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Sony Tapes Sales Co.
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Sony Tapes Sales Co.
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.
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New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.
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SPORTS CLINIC
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When It Hurts
A smart athlete knows how to make pain his ally
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BEN YAGODA
“AS YOU approach the limit of your endurance it begins,... hitting your stomach first, ” wrote Don Schollander, describing the agony of competitive swimming. “Then your arms grow heavy and your legs tighten— thighs first, then knees—You experience perception changes.
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Michelob Light
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Man at His Best
SMART MONEY
Appreciating Works on Paper
A GENTLEMAN'S MAN’S GUIDE TO QUALITY AND STYLE
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George Bellows’s brawny boxers threw as many punches in lithographs as they did in oil paintings, with just as much brute strength and power. Edward Hopper often turned to the stark chiaroscuro of drypoint etchings to evoke the desolation and unease of the night streets he haunted.
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Man at His Best
THE SEASONED COOK
Using the Old Noodle
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Colin L. Westerbeck
A memorable scene from Charlie Chaplin’s A Woman of Paris has Adolphe Menjou visiting the kitchen of his favorite restaurant. From an airing cupboard, the chef produces a lark he wants to cook for Menjou; and as the two of them ooh and aah over the gamy little carcass, waiters go by holding their noses.
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Maxell Corporation
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Maxell Corporation
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Man at His Best
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America's Golf Coast
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Brian McCallen
Autumn is, without question, the Southeast’s best season for golf. The fairways and greens are in peak condition. The sea oats turn a burnished gold and the marsh grass sways like ripe wheat on the sand dunes. Though lacking the terrific blaze of colors found up north, the low country’s salt marshes and maritime thickets seem suspended in time on a lazy fall day.
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Hyatt Hotels
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HYATT HOTELS
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Man at His Best
CLASSICS
White Bucks
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When it first appeared as a lawntennis shoe in England in the 1870s, and when in the 1920s it achieved significant popularity in America, the white buck was a symbol of elegance and sophistication, worn by tasteful adult dressers.
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Man at His Best
GOOD THINKING
Natural Selection
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Two books on the great outdoors, both about to be published, should top your fall reading list. A number of essays by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Dillard have been collected in Teaching a Stone to Talk (Harper & Row, $12.95). Interwoven with her descriptions of nature—an eclipse watched from a hilltop in Washington, a roped deer in the Ecuadorian jungle, a palo santo tree on the Galapagos Islands—are Dillard’s insights into human nature.
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Man at His Best
THE RIGHT STUFF
Piano Man
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We haven’t met anyone yet who isn’t turned on by the wizardry of a Casio VLTone. It’s not much bigger than a melodica, can play through two and a half octaves, has a built-in speaker, and does some pretty amazing stuff. It has a memory and its own rhythm section so you can punch in a tune and play it back with a beat: anything from rock to rumba—you choose.
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Man at His Best
THE ENLIGHTENED TRAVELER
Taming the Corporate Jungle
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Attitudes, attitudes. Companies are always trying to think of ways to improve executive morale and performance, and now a small but growing number are sending their people into the wilderness for lessons in teamwork. If you feel the need to channel more productively the energy you expend getting along with your co-workers, consider asking your company to sign you and your team up for an Outward Bound management training course.
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Man at His Best
FIRST-RATE
Quick Takes
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The Nikon FM2 is a remarkable new 35mm single-lens-reflex camera with some features never before included in an SLR. Its appeal is not difficult to fathom: the FM2 has a shutter that is capable of delivering a top speed of 1/4,000 of a second, fast enough that photographers will be able, for the first time, to take dramatic action-stopping pictures—an effect that until now has been possible to achieve only indoors, using high-speed electronic strobe.
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Man at His Best
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Savoring Cognac
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Bruce Weber
The Charentes region of France is a small tract of rolling vineyards bitten into the western coast, named for the river that dances through it and spills into the Bay of Biscay. At the center of the region is the town of Cognac, which in turn gives its name to the region’s chief product: the finest brandy in the world.
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Heineken
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Man at His Best
WHAT EVERY MAN SHOULD KNOW
How to Say Thank You
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Roy Hoffman
Most of us will acknowledge that saying thank you is a gesture of decency—and survival—for anyone wandering a foreign realm. What educated American, no matter how parochial, doesn’t know gracias, danke, and merci? Curiously, though, when the time comes to say thank you to someone in our own land, many of us fall mute.
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Ralph Lauren: Polo
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Ralph Lauren
Polo
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Winston Lights
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Sony Corp.
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Sony Corp.
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FEATURES
DOCUMENTARY
Boardroom Politics at Wall Street and Vine
The Columbia Pictures scandal was a lesson in what happens when big business meets show business, when corporate self-interest challenges personal ethics, and when a decision maker is unable to decide
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David McClintick
DESPITE THE HIGHER VISIBILITY OF THE LOS ANGELES FILM colony, a handful of skyscrapers within a half-mile radius of the corner of Fifty-seventh Street and Fifth Avenue in New York house a group of corporations that wield, in the aggregate, considerably more power over the motion picture, television, and record industries in America than is wielded by their West Coast counterparts.
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Esquire Publishing, Inc.
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ESQUIRE PUBLISHING, INC.
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President of Cartier, Inc.
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President of Cartier, Inc.
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Pioneer Electronics (usa) Inc.
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Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc.
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Maxell Corporation of America
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Maxell Corporation of America
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SPORTS
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What Is Tom Watson Driving At?
With Ben Hogan’s top half, Jack Nicklaus’s bottom half, and a garbage-canful of guts,Watson has become the world’s greatest golfer. Now at thirty-two, he has bigger things on his mind
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DAVID OWEN
<p>It IS POSSIBLE TO WONDER WHY sensible people play golf. The golf swing is one of the most complex and unnatural movements in all of sports. Its plane of motion slices through the body at an awkward angle, neither parallel nor perpendicular to the golfer’s stance.</p>
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A Sulka & Company
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A Sulka & Company
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Fox Marketing, Inc.
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Fox Marketing, Inc.
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American Express
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American Express
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Soloflex
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.
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Carillon Importers, Ltd.
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THE Esquire COLLECTION
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On the Collection
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Betsy Carter
FASHION. It’s the oldest idea in this magazine. The first issue of Esquire was published in October1933with the editors’ promise that “Esquire aims to be, among other things, a fashion guide for men....We feel that men have long since ceased to believe that there is anything effeminate or essentially unbusinesslike about devoting a little care and thought and study to the selection of clothes.”
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Bally Inc.
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Bally Inc.
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Parfums Lagerfeld, Inc.
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Parfums Lagerfeld, Inc.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0059.xml
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Ron Chereskin
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Ron Chereskin
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0060.xml
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Fila
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FILA
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Perkins Shearer
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Perkins Shearer
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Nines
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Nines
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The Timberland Company
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The Timberland Company
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Bidermann Industries
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bidermann industries
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Phillips-van Heusen Corp.
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Phillips-Van Heusen Corp.
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Charivari
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CHARIVARI
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Homwear
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Homwear
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Evyan Perfumes, Inc.
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Evyan Perfumes, Inc.
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Carrera Porsche Design
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CARRERA PORSCHE DESIGN
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Henry Grethel
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HENRY GRETHEL
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Henry Grethel
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HENRY GRETHEL
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0075.xml
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Dan Post Boots
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Dan Post Boots
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Grey Flannel
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GREY FLANNEL
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Clarks Wallabees
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Clarks Wallabees
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Loia Sportswear
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Loia SPORTSWEAR
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Interco Company
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INTERCO company
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Hart Schaffner & Marx
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Hart Schaffner & Marx
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0082.xml
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The J.c Penney Company, Inc
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The J.C Penney Company, Inc
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Jaymar-ruby, Inc.
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Jaymar-Ruby, Inc.
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Jaymar
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Jaymar
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0085.xml
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108
108,109
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Par Parfums Ltd.
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Par Parfums Ltd.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0086.xml
article
110
110,111,112,113,114,115,116,117,118,119,120,121
THE ESQUIRE COLLECTION
WARDROBE
A Man's Finest Moments
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Vincent Boucher
Vigorous yet refined, elegant while supremely functional, men’s fashion for autumn 1982 is as textured as their everyday lives. Eschewing the cute, the contrived, the inelegant, men’s clothes now have an appeal that stems from their continued ease throughout the day.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0087.xml
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122
122
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Rolex Watch U.s.a., Inc.
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ROLEX WATCH U.S.A., INC.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0088.xml
article
123
123,124,126
THE ESQUIRE COLLECTION
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News
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Vincent Boucher
<p>Luxury is a recurrent theme in this fall’s men’s wear collections as designers and manufacturers introduce clothing and accessory options that are far from commonplace. Alexander Julian combines his advanced sense of color combination with a sense of wit to produce an outstanding series of cashmere pullover sweaters.</p>
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0089.xml
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125
125
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Levi's
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Levi's
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0090.xml
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127
127
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Sahara Club
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Sahara Club
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0091.xml
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128
128
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Botany '500'
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Botany '500'
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0092.xml
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129
129
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Lands’ End
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Lands’ End
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0093.xml
article
130
130,131,132,133,134,135
THE ESQUIRE COLLECTION
FURNISHINGS
Impeccable Options
Dress shirts and ties can be an excuse for indulging in sophisticated and subtle experiments with color. The effect is far from ordinary.
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Pure-cotton dress shirt with a pattern cf fine and randomly spaced multicolored stripes ($70). Silk necktie echoes the stripe motif in a contrasting color ($35). Both by Alexander Julian. At Bergdorf Goodman, New York; NeimanMarcus, Dallas; Perkins Shearer, Denver.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0094.xml
article
136
136,137,138,140,141,142,144,146,147,148
THE ESQUIRE COLLECTION
MAINTENANCE
An Owner’s Guide to Hands and Feet
The hand that shakes on the deal, clutches the racket, and changes the baby, the foot that jogs on the shore, dances through the night, and takes the first step are body parts that bear major burdens and deserve our attention
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Barbara Hey
PARADOXICALLY, the most used parts of our bodies are also the most abused. Hands and feet, like many trusted friends, are often taken for granted; they are among the most frequently injured parts of the body. No matter what we do—walk, stand, play, or talk—how our hands and feet feel has a lot to do with how we feel.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0095.xml
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139
139
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Chanel, Inc.
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CHANEL, INC.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0096.xml
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140
140
[no value]
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Chanel Inc.
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CHANEL INC.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0097.xml
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141
141
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Chanel
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CHANEL
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0098.xml
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142
142
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[no value]
Lord West
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LORD WEST
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0099.xml
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143
143
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[no value]
Vidal Sassoon
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VIDAL SASSOON
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0100.xml
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144
144
[no value]
[no value]
Uma Shoe Corporation
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UMA Shoe Corporation
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0101.xml
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145
145
[no value]
[no value]
Chester Barrie
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Chester Barrie
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0102.xml
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146
146
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Jockey International, Inc.
[no value]
Jockey International, Inc.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0103.xml
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147
147
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0104.xml
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147
147
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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BMW of North America, Inc.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0105.xml
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148
148
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Geo. E. Keith Company
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Geo. E. Keith Company
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0106.xml
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148
148
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0107.xml
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149
149
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Redken Laboratories, Inc.
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Redken Laboratories, Inc.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0108.xml
article
150
150,151,152,153,154,155
THE ESQUIRE COLLECTION
WARDROBE
Outdoor Durables
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0109.xml
article
156
156,157,159,160
THE ESQUIRE COLLECTION
REFLECTIONS
An Autobiography of Style By Gay Tlalese
From a village in southern Italy to the south Jersey shore, the men of the Talese family have appreciated a good cut of doth and a finely tailored garment. Here,Gay Talese traces his sartorial tastes through the generations
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MORE THAN A century ago in southern Italy, in a mountain village of beige stone houses with balconies adorned by nubile virgins and shadowed by suspicious mothers, my great-grandfather Domenico Talese—having purchased a small baronial estate from an impoverished nobleman— would ride proudly atop his donkey each day through the square, bowing to imagined admirers while wearing a flowing cape, polished boots, and a feathered felt hat that evoked a spirit of jauntiness in a region obsessed by dark colors and death.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0110.xml
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158
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0111.xml
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159
159
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Camp Beverly Hills
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CAMP BEVERLY HILLS
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0112.xml
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160
160
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After Six
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After Six
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0113.xml
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161
161
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0114.xml
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162
162
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Head & Shoulders
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Head & Shoulders
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0115.xml
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163
163
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Advertisement: Ponce De León
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PONCE de LEÓN
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0116.xml
article
164
164
THE ESQUIRE COLLECTION
IN RETROSPECT
From the First Issue of Esquire Autumn 1933
FOR THOSE WHO GO FOR ANY COLOR SO LONG AS IT’S BLUE
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PLAIN blue suits will never get you into the headlines as the Brummel of your time, but they do afford the negative approach, as it were, to the state of bering well dressed. If you are convinced, or if your wife has convinced you, that your taste in colors is not to be trusted, sticking to plain blue is the most reliable way to get the world from proving it on you.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0117.xml
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165
165
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0118.xml
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166
166,167
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Hart Services, Inc.
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Hart Services, Inc.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0119.xml
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168
168
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Versace
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Versace
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0120.xml
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169
169,170,171,172,174,175,177
FEATURES
FIRST PERSON
The Final Vow
At fourteen,the author made the irrevocable decision to join the seminary. Now, twenty-four years later, he reexamines the pieces of his life in search of why he left
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Paul Hendrickson
<p>TIME SQUEEZES, PRESSES FLAT, LIKE SOMETHING I LEFT in a leather book. The school, I like to think now, was an archipelago of prayer and learning, with bams and woods and toads and amused unlettered Negroes lapping at us on every side. Its formal name was St. Joseph’s Preparatory Seminary, but everyone called it Holy Trinity.</p>
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0121.xml
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173
173
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Advertisement: Vantage Ultra Lights
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VANTAGE ULTRA LIGHTS
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0122.xml
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175
175
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Panasonic
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Panasonic
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0123.xml
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175
175
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Baker Sheet Shirtmakers
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Baker Sheet Shirtmakers
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0124.xml
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175
175
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L. L. Bean, Inc.
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L. L. Bean, Inc.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0125.xml
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176
176
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Mitsubishi Electric Sales America, Inc.
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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC SALES AMERICA, INC.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0126.xml
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178
178,179,180
FEATURES
BRIEF ENCOUNTER
Barbara Hershey
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<p>RETURN NOW TO THOSE glorious days of self-expression, the Daisy Years of our lives, when if you had something to say, you said it. In the late Sixties, the only thing against the rules was silence. Speak out for peace. Sing out for love. Fall into step for freedom.</p>
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0127.xml
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181
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0128.xml
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182
182
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Jvc High Fidelity
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JVC HIGH FIDELITY
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0129.xml
article
183
183
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Quarter Notes the Esquire Music Review
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0130.xml
article
184
184,185,186
QUARTER NOTES The Esquire Music Review
JAZZ
Woody Herman
Winding down a forty six-year road tour
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GARY GIDDINS
WOODY HERMAN MUST be one of the least disliked persons on earth. It isn’t just sentimentality. Herman’s name is a quality brand, representing craftsmanship, integrity, and receptiveness to new ideas. So when it was announced that Herman—who has been a traveling performer since the age of eight and a bandleader since 1936— was coming off the road to settle in a room of his own (opening night: December 27, 1981), there was considerable hoopla.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0131.xml
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187
187
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B&W T Co.
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B&W T Co.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0132.xml
article
188
188
QUARTER NOTES The Esquire Music Review
JAZZ
High Notes
The five best recent releases
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GARY GIDDINS
KENNY BARRON AT THE PIANO (XANADU 188, $8.00) Quite simply, this is the most satisfying solo recital album by a jazz pianist to come out in a year—maybe even two years. Kenny Barron, a professional musician for twenty-five of his thirty-nine years, conceived and executed it with obvious care, wisely choosing seven dissimilar selections and making good on the promise of all but one.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0133.xml
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189
189
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Casio, Inc.
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Casio, Inc.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0134.xml
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190
190,191,192
Quarter Notes
COUNTRY
Emmylou Harris
The country renegade goes pop
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ALANNA NASH
IT’S BEEN NEARLY a decade now since Emmylou began serving her redneck apprenticeship “in the better hippie honkytonks of the nation,” as she recalls, with the patron saint of country-rock, Gram Parsons. While today hip New Yorkers herd into ersatz cowboy wateringholes lookin’ slicker ’n snot on a glass doorknob, in the years that Parsons wed twangy country music to the bell-bottomed, mindexpanding rock of the Sixties, the only people who really got off on countrywestern, as it was called then, wore beehive hairdos and polyester stretch pants, drove a semi for a living, or came to town looking for a gun rack for their new pickup, inevitably described as “cuter ’n a speckled pup in a little red wagon.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0135.xml
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193
193
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Jensen An Esmark Company
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JENSEN an ESMARK Company
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0136.xml
article
194
194
Quarter Notes
COUNTRY
High Notes
The five best recent releases
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ROY BLOUNT JR.
SOMEWHERE IN THE STARS: ROSANNE CASH (COLUMBIA FC 37570, $8.98) Billy Sherrill once said that the only difference between a “man’s song” and a “woman’s song” is the pronouns. And the singer. Several years ago, when the Amazing Rhythm Aces came out with “Third Rate Romance, ” written by their' own Russell Smith, I thought it was intrinsically a great dirty male song—with a distinctive slinky pattern of rhymes, off-rhymes, and nonrhymes.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0137.xml
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195
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Jbl
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JBL
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0138.xml
article
196
196,197,198,199
Quarter Notes
ROCK
Joan Armatrading
Her songs give away unspoken secrets
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FRANK ROSE
“SHOW SOME EMOTION,” Joan Armatrading sings in the title song of one of her albums. “Put expression in your eyes.” Good advice. She says she wrote it after watching a man laugh and noticing that his eyes had no sparkle. On the album cover, Armatrading’s shown laughing; her own eyes, however, are shut.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0139.xml
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198
198
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Professional Driving & Shooting Glasses
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Professional Driving & Shooting Glasses
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0140.xml
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199
199
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Fuji Photo Film U.s.a., Inc.
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Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0141.xml
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200
200
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Sony Corporation of America
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Sony Corporation of America
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0142.xml
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201
201
Quarter Notes
ROCK
High Notes
The five best recent releases
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BILLY ALTMAN
SHOOT OUT THE LIGHTS: RICHARD AND LINDA THOMPSON (HANNIBAL HNBL 1303, $8.98) Richard and Linda Thompson have been such a well-kept secret for so long that one is tempted to not praise them too loudly for fear of losing them as cuit heroes. But the humaneness of their heavenly duet singing and the peaceful self-awareness of their often anguished tales of existence—well, these are such rare qualities today that the desire to keep them off the endangered-species list overrides any selfish doubts about spreading the word.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0143.xml
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202
202,203,204
Quarter Notes
CLASSICAL
Lorin Maazel
An American in Vienna
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LAURENCE SHAMES
AS OF THE first day of this month, the third most crucial job in Austria, ranking below the presidency and the prime-ministership, will be taken over by a slight, quiet, fifty-two-year-old American. His name is Lorin Maazel, and the post he’s assuming is that of artistic director and general manager of the Vienna State Opera, an institution that has been headed by such titans as Gustav Mahler and Richard Strauss and that holds a place in the emotional life of Austria that combines the passions held in America for majorleague baseball, big-budget movies, and federal elections.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0144.xml
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205
205
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Advertisements
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Marlboro Red
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0145.xml
article
206
206
Quarter Notes
CLASSICAL
High Notes
The five best recent releases
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STEPHANIE VON BUCHAU
Sibelius wrote his First Symphony when he was thirty-three, conducting the world premiere in 1899. It cemented his reputation as Finland’s finest composer, which his government had already acknowledged by voting him a pension so that he could concentrate on composition.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0146.xml
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207
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Panasonic
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Panasonic
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0147.xml
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208
208
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Nmc-usa
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NMC-USA
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0148.xml
article
209
209,210,211
OUTDOORS
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Aquiet Revolution
In which the outdoorsman’s traditional enemies—clear-cutting and fire—become his friends
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GEOFFREY NORMAN
OUR THINKING about the environment is sometimes more Pavlovian than Socratic. We have been conditioned to respond in set ways to certain words and images, much like the politician who is for the people, against special interests, and pledged to his dying breath to fight higher taxes.
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210
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0150.xml
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210
210
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Ics Center
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ICS CENTER
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0151.xml
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210
210
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Wurtemberg Tobacco Company
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Wurtemberg Tobacco Company
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0152.xml
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210
210
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0153.xml
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211
211
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J.c. Penney Company. Inc.
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J.C. Penney Company. Inc.
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0154.xml
article
212
212
HIGH LIFE
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What's So Funny
It’s not whether you win or lose—it’s how much you laugh
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TAKI
BOOK-LAUNCHING parties are a bit like kissing one’s stepsister. A good time can be had, but one has to watch out. Editors and publishers have marvelous memories; they never forget and rarely forgive one’s drunken or rude behavior. There are, of course exceptions.
Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0155.xml
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213
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RCA Consumer Electronics
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RCA Consumer Electronics
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0156.xml
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214
214
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company: Camel
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Camel
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Esquire_19820901_0098_003_0157.xml