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In an extensive article published Saturday LA Times' Robert Hilburn chronicled his most memorable moments in 30 years as the entertainment capital daily's pop critic.
Backstage Pass to Intimate Moments in Rock's Odyssey - Meeting Joplin and her demons, having cornflakes with Lennon and coffee with Bono, going to Folsom with Cash and outraging Elvis
Worthy reading, great photos and bonus content online.
Posted by Bruce Houghton on 07/22/2006 | Permalink
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Just wanted to say I enjoyed the article from Column One on Saturday, July 22. I hope it's the precurser to a book with the same reflections. Always enjoy your views. Thanx! Bill
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07/30/2006 at 06:08 PM
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