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A Psychedelic Return: 'John Simon's Album'

The solo album by John Simon, a record producer who worked with many groups from the late 1960s and early '70s, is being reissued. Among one of Simon's most popular projects was his work with The Band and Blood, Sweat and Tears.

A Psychedelic Return: 'John Simon's Album'
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Rosanne Cash Remembers Her Father, Johnny

Rosanne Cash began her career touring with her father, Johnny Cash, and released her first single in 1979. She's a Grammy-winning country music artist with over 40 hit singles. Her album, Black Cadillac, will be released in January.

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Producer Rick Rubin on the Man in Black's Legacy

Rick Rubin worked with Johnny Cash for the last 10 years of the singer's life. The two collaborated on four critically acclaimed, Grammy-winning albums. At the time of Cash's death, they were collaborating on a fifth record.

Producer Rick Rubin on the Man in Black's Legacy
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Joan Didion, Writing a Story After an Ending

Joan Didion's memoir The Year of Magical Thinking is about grieving for her husband, fellow writer John Gregory Dunne. He died suddenly at the end of 2003, while their daughter was hospitalized with pneumonia.

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