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REVIEW: “BORN TO RUN,” THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Bruce Springsteen’s long and lyrical autobiography, seven years in the writing, is unsurprisingly titled “Born to Run,” after his career-making 1975 album and perennial signature song. That makes sense, artistically and certainly commercially. Reading it, though, a different song kept … Continue reading

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PHIL EVERLY – 1939-2014

From my January 16, 2014 “Live in the Valley” column: Phil Everly would have been 75 years old this Sunday. That seems impossible, the images of the handsome and very young superstar brothers, Don and Phil, burned permanently into the … Continue reading

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BOB DYLAN LIVE: WHO’S THERE?

I think I’ve got Dylan cred. From 1962 through 1975, from his self-titled debut album through Blood On The Tracks, Bob Dylan dominated my turntable. I knew every lyric and could play every chord of every song on my Martin … Continue reading

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