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After Success, Producer Returns to His Own Music

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After Success, Producer Returns to His Own Music

After Success, Producer Returns to His Own Music

After Success, Producer Returns to His Own Music

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Joe Henry has resuscitated careers as a producer, but he is now taking time for his own work. Melanie Nissen hide caption

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Melanie Nissen

Joe Henry has released a new album, Civilians. He's better known for his production work and winning a Grammy for his work with Solomon Burke. Henry talks about what it's like to be making his own music again.