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As a longtime admirer of the critic, literature professor and decorated poet Joshua Clover, I was delighted to recently be a part of a panel discussion regarding his new book-length treatise on Jonath

Let’s discuss Gram Parsons’ Grievous Angel, arguably the single most towering achievement in the occasionally maligned genre of country-rock, which has in point of fact yielded some of the most enduring music of the past fifty years, ranging from the Byrds to Neil Young to The Dream Syndicate to The Mekons. Grievous Angel turns forty-five […]
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