"It makes you laugh; it makes you cry; it changes you."
Bill Walton reflects on the power of the Grateful Dead
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"It makes you laugh; it makes you cry; it changes you."Bill Walton reflects on the power of the Grateful Dead
Why Bob Dylan Turned To Folk MusicHe was playing rock & roll, but grew tired of it. Here's why Bob Dylan preferred playing folk music.
How Beck's Solitude Led Him To Discover The World Of MusicBeck made the library his home as a young kid. It provided him with a much better education than school did as he discovered the music that influences him to this day.

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