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'Tom Dowd' DVD Looks at Storied Recording Engineer.

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'Tom Dowd' DVD Looks at Storied Recording Engineer.

'Tom Dowd' DVD Looks at Storied Recording Engineer.

'Tom Dowd' DVD Looks at Storied Recording Engineer.

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Critic Milo Miles reviews the documentary about the influential recording engineer Tom Dowd, who for three decades worked with performers from John Coltrane, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and Eric Clapton. The documentary is now on DVD. It's called Tom Dowd & The Language of Music.

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