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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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TALKING WITH ART GARFUNKEL

Art Garfunkel is among the legendary artists who gave us the soundtrack of the 1960s. His angelic tenor lead on “Bridge Over Troubled Water” is as iconic and indelible as Paul McCartney’s “Let It Be” or Bob Dylan’s “Like a … 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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