December 24, 1979 12:00 PM

The big rocker’s TV diversions are 60 Minutes and Fantasy Island—”the best of both worlds.” As for Montalban’s magic island, Meat says, “I wanna go there real bad; I’d be an accountant for a big rock group.” He was too busy for books, but then he insists nothing could ever top The Frank Gifford Story. He praised the LPs of two peers, Bob Dylan’s Slow Train Coming and Ian Hunter’s You’re Never Alone with a Schizophrenic. “It could have been Tony Orlando,” Loaf beefed, “but his new album isn’t out yet.”

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