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Brian Wilson Sets The Record Straight -- Book Review of His New Memoir

As the progenitors of rock music look back on their last fifty years, we are proffered a bounty of autobiographies. Some of the best (those by Keith Richards, Pete Townshend, Bob Dylan) ring true to the voice we have heard in our head. Some are a bit inscrutable, I am [...]
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