Filed under: Lonesome Heroes, Uncategorized | Tags: Amoeba Vinyl Vault, Bob Brown
One good thing came out of Amoeba’s Vinyl Vault, we reconnected with our old friend Bob Brown, creator of two excellent LPs on the Richie Havens-helmed Stormy Forest label and one stellar contribution to our Lonesome Heroes compilation (appropriate since he lived down the hall from Leonard Cohen in the Chelsea Hotel for a swath of the seventies). Here, Washington City Paper digs a little deeper into Bob Brown’s story (although not as deep as the interview conducted by Numero’s Rob Sevier and Michael Slaboch back in 2008 for the Waxidermy website.) Another side of the complex and often strange process involved with rediscovering old music.
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