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June 26, 2006 The legendary music producer Arif Mardin, has died. In a long and varied career, Mardin worked with performers from Aretha Franklin to the Bee Gees, and from Chaka Khan to Norah Jones. We hear an excerpt from an interview with Mardin — and a collection of his best-known productions.
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December 19, 2005 Legendary music producer Arif Mardin talks about his four-decade career. He's produced albums for artists such as the Bee Gees, Phil Collins, Bette Midler, Dusty Springfield, and more recently, Norah Jones. Mardin tells tales from recording sessions with Aretha Franklin and Chaka Khan.
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