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Miles Mogulescu: Levon Helm and Clarence Clemons Enter Rock 'N Roll Heaven

The Band and the E Street Band are so great in part because they're true ensembles -- bands of brothers. But even so, Clarence and Levon provided any extra measure of soul and magic dust.
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