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Blake Mills' Restless 'Heigh Ho' Is A Roundabout Journey

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Blake Mills' Restless 'Heigh Ho' Is A Roundabout Journey

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Blake Mills' Restless 'Heigh Ho' Is A Roundabout Journey

Blake Mills' Restless 'Heigh Ho' Is A Roundabout Journey

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Blake Mills has done a lot in his 28 years. As a guitarist, he has accompanied singers including Lucinda Williams, Neil Diamond, Kid Rock, and Lana Del Ray. He's produced songs for acts such as Fiona Apple and Alabama Shakes. His new album, his second, is called Heigh Ho, and Fresh Air critic Ken Tucker says it's notable for the diversity of its sound.

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