Janet Jackson References

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Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814. Phyl Garland. Stereo Review, 55:103.
Rhythm Nation 1814. Toby Goldstein. Wilson Library Journal, 64:89.
Reviews: Janet Jackson (SP 4607). Billboard, 82.
New On the Charts (Young Love). Billboard, 94:56.
Reviews: Come Give Your Love to Me (2522). Billboard, 69.
Todd Bridges and Janet Jackson: the Problems of Teen-Age Stars. Aldore Collier. Ebony, 38:58. 1983-2
Celebrities and Their Unusual Pets. Ebony, 39:52. 1983-11
Reviews: Dream Street (2693). Billboard, 65.
Dream Street (record reviews). People Weekly, 22:24. 1984-11-26
Dream Street (compact disc reviews). Paulette Weiss. Audio, 69:127. 1985-6
Janet Jackson. Patricia Miles. Essence, 16:48. 1985-8
Reviews: What Have You Done For Me Lately (2812). Billboard, 59.
Control (SP 5106). Billboard, 98:70.
Rhythm & Blues: Janet Jackson Takes Control On New Release. Nelson George. Billboard, 98:52.
Control (SP 5106) review. RPM, 15.
Control (record reviews). Ralph Novak. People Weekly, 25:22. 1986-3-24
Music: the Time Has Come. N. George. Village Voice, 31:75. 1986-4-1
Albums: Control. Melody Maker, 61:30. 1986-4-5
Control (record reviews). Rolling Stone, 472:59. 1986-4-24
Reviews: When I Think of You. Billboard, 98:65. 1986-6-2
Control (record reviews). Havelock Nelson. High Fidelity, 36:80. 1986-6
Youngster' Janet Jackson Hits No. 1. Paul Grein. Billboard, 6.
Janet Jackson Takes 'Control' of Her Career. David Nathan. Chicago Sun-Times, 21. 1986-7-6
Her Impetuous Marriage Kaput, Janet Jackson, Michael's Sis, Is Now a Miss With a "Nasty" hit. S. Stevens, People Weekly, 26:49. 1986-7-7
Janet Jackson: From Fame to Control…! RPM, 7.
In the Spotlight At Last. Jim Miller. Newsweek, 108:61. 1986-7-21
Tube Music: Mick Jagger In the Temple Of Doom. V. Aletti. Village Voice, 31:46. 1986-7-22
The Jackson Family's Material Girl. J. Wolcott. Vanity Fair, 49:28. 1986-7
When I Think Of You (2855) review. Billboard, 65.
Janet's Secret to Success: 'Control.' Jim Bessman. Billboard, 98:3.
45 Revelations. K. Barnes. Creem, 18:22. 1986-9
Janet Jackson (book reviews) by D. L. Mabery. Janice C. Hayes. School Library Journal, 35:193. 1986-9
Janet. Aldore Collier. Ebony, 41:29. 1986-9
Jackson Has Third Top Five Hit. Paul Grein. Billboard, 6.
Chart Beat. Paul Grein. Billboard, 6.
Control (record reviews). Stereo Review, 51:106. 1986-10
Janet Jackson. Tom Hibbert. Q. 1986-10
Platinum Album and Gold Singles (photo). RPM, 3. 1986-11-15
Whitney Is Top Artist. Paul Grein. Billboard, 98:3. 1986-12-27
Jackson Tops AMA Nominees But Houston Is Hot On Her Trail. Henry Schipper. Variety, 325:55. 1986-12-31
Portrait. Rolling Stone, 489-490:18-19. 1987-1-1
Reviews: Let's Wait Awhile. Billboard, 99:57.
The MTV Music Video Awards. Ralph Novak. People Weekly, 27:13. 1987-2-16
Chart Beat: Janet Jackson Ties Brother Michael With Five Top Five Hits From One Album. Paul Grein. Billboard, 99:6.
Complete Control. D. Stubbs. Melody Maker, 62:9. 1987-3-21
Sidelines. Melody Maker, 62:20. 1987-3-28
The Pleasure Principle (2927) review. Billboard, 75.
In Control With Jam & Lewis: Engineer Steve Hodge. B. Doerschuk. Keyboard Magazine, 13:76. 1987-5
Chart Beat: Fast Facts. Paul Grein. Billboard, 6.
Chart Beat: Fast Facts. Paul Grein. Billboard, 6. 1987-7-25
The Ten Most Beautiful Black Women In America. Ebony, 42:130. 1987-7
Her Own Room (photo). Billboard, 6.
Janet Jackson's New Look At Big Bash For Celebs. Jet, 72:14. 1987-8-17
Video Reviews: Control Part II. Billboard, 99:61.
My Most Embarrassing Moment': Celebrities Remember... Ebony, 42:110. 1987-9
Janet Jackson to Perform at Black Awards Show. Moira McCormick. Billboard, 88.
Who's the Greatest? Walter Leavy. Ebony, 42:140. 1987-10
Albums: Control: the Remixes. Melody Maker, 63:30. 1987-11-7
Mothers and Daughters: the Special Connection. Laura B. Randolph. Ebony, 43:158. 1988-2
Janet Jackson. D. L. Mabery. School Library Journal, 35:193. 1988-9
A&M Plans Satellite Feed to Debut New Janet Jackson Track At Radio. Thom Duffy. Billboard, 101:6.
In the Week of the Leak, Radio Jumps Gun On Janet. Sean Ross. Billboard, 101:1.
Fast Facts. Billboard, 9.
It’s a Hit, Not a Miss. Billboard, 29.
Janet's Concerns Lead to Birth of "Nation." Bill Coleman. Billboard, 101:33.
Reviews: Rhythm Nation 1814 (SP 3920). Billboard, 101:74.
Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (record reviews). V. Aletti. Rolling Stone, 81. 1989-10-19
Rock News & Notes, Fans Analyze 1814, Come Up Clueless. Los Angeles Daily News. 1989-10-20
A&M Gets the "Rhythm." Billboard, 101:37.
No 1: Janet Jackson (record rating). Stephen Holden. New York Times, 139:C20. 1989-10-25
Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814. Lloyd Bradley. Q. 1989-10
Control (100 Best Albums of the Eighties). M. Azerrad et al. Rolling Stone, 86. 1989-11-16
Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (record reviews). David Hiltbrand. People Weekly, 32:39. 1989-11-20
Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (record reviews). David Fricke. Rolling Stone, 205. 1989-12-14
Jackson Rules Her Own "Nation." Jeffrey Graham. USA Today, D1.
Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation 1990" World Tour To Open At Miami Arena. Candice Carmel. Amusement, 102:7. 1990-1-15
Singles: Come Back To Me. Melody Maker, 66:27. 1990-1-20
Janet Jackson. Anthony DeCurtis. Rolling Stone, 572:40. 1990-2-22
Janet Jackson: a New Love, a New Nation and New Black Pride. Robert E. Johnson. Ebony, 45:50. 1990-2
Janet Jackson On Her Own and Loving It. Steve Pond, US, 123:20. 1990-3-5
Jackson’s Heights. Steve Pond. Us, 20.
Review/Pop: Janet Jackson Fleshes Out Her Own Video Image. Jon Pareles. New York Times. 1990-3-17
Janet Jackson (Madison Square Garden). Variety, 338:71. 1990-3-21
Does Anyone Get It? Not All Jackson Fans Hear Her Message. K. Haight. New Haven Register, Weekend 1. 1990-3-23
Janet J. Brings Glitzy $2 Million Show to Hartford Civic Center Stage Tonight. T. Yagle. Waterbury Republican, D8.
What's Hartford Done For Janet Jackson Lately? Read On. Fancis Taylor. Hartford Courant, D1.
Janet Kicks Off "Nation" Tour In Miami. Janine McAdams. Billboard, 102:22. 1990-3-24
Soul Train Awards Tap Top Acts. Janine McAdams. Billboard, 102:5. 1990-3-24
No Doubt About It, Janet Jackson In "Control." Roger Catlin. Hartford Courant, C7.
Janet's Nation. David Ritz. Essence, 20:52. 1990-3
Janet Generates Little Heat In Her Miami Debut. Sheila Rogers. Rolling Stone, 21. 1990-4-19
Action Jackson (Madison Square Garden). Chris Smith. New York, 23:54. 1990-4-30
Dancing On the Charts: Madonna's Stepsisters Score With Cool Moves, Crafty Sounds. Jay Cocks. Time, 135:87. 1990-5-28
Summer's Hottest Tours: Janet Jackson Leads the Pack: A Million Miles Of Music. Entertainment, 32. 1990-6-1
Janet Jackson (Madison Square Garden). Alan Light. Dance Magazine, 64:64. 1990-6
Solid Sister. Stephanie Mansfield. Vogue, 180:574. 1990-9
The Pop Life. Stephen Holden. New York Times. 1990-10-10
Janet Leads With 6 Billboard-Tanqueray Video Award Noms. Melinda Newman. Billboard, 102:1. 1990-10-13
Please Don't Leave Us, Janet Jackson (PolyGram Records, Company Profile). Peter Fuhrman. Forbes, 146:41.
Jackson Said to Be Near a Deal That Is As Big As His Hits. Larry Rohter. New York Times. 1990-11-21
Janet Jackson Tops Music Video Awards. Billboard, 102:6. 1990-11-24
Chronicle. Susan Heller Anderson. New York Times. 1990-11-28
Janet Jackson Tour Soars Before It Starts. James T. Jones, IV. USA Today,
The Rhythm Nation Compilation (video reviews). Jim Fowler. Rolling Stone, 45. 1991-1-24
Janet Jackson: the Rhythm Nation Compilation. Roger Catlin. Hartford Courant, 27.
Janet Jackson Jumps to Virgin Records. Los Angeles Daily News. 1991-3-12
A&M Makes Do As Janet Jumps To Virgin. Variety, 342:98. 1991-3-18
Janet Jackson Flies To Virgin In Historic Pact. Ken Terry, Larry Flick, Janine McAdams. Billboard, 103:1.
News. Melody Maker, 67:4. 1991-3-23
Rhythm Nation $50,000,000. Cash Box, 54:3. 1991-3-23
Big Stars, Big Bucks and the Big Gamble. Stephen Holden. New York Times, H24. 1991-3-24
The Jacksons Score Big. Michael Goldberg. Rolling Stone, 15. 1991-5-2
Hotline. Hot Wire, 7:9. 1991
Best Things In Life Are Free. John Martinucci. Gavin Report, 42. 1992-5-8
Best Things In Life Are Free (Personal Picks). Dave Sholin. Gavin Report, 56.
A&M Aims Jackson 'Best of" for 4th Qtr.; Imago's Mann, Cole Land at New Labels. Melinda Newman. Billboard, 107:9.
New Set Traces Janet's 'Decade' with Hits, More. Craig Rosen. Billboard, 107:10.
Design of a Decade 1986-1996. Richard Cook. Mojo. 1995-12
Janet Jackson Goes Deep On Her Early Challenges, Upcoming Music & the Joy of Motherhood. David Ritz. Billboard. 2018-5-19