A conversation with singer/songwriter ARTHUR ALEXANDER, whose songs were recorded on early records by The Beatles ("Anna") and The Rolling Stones ("You Better Move On"). He was slated to tour with Otis Redding the week Redding died in a plane crash. Alexander's new album, "Lonely Just Like Me" (Elektra Nonesuch), is his first release in twenty years
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