#MusicLegends

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Bill Withers: 10 Essential Songs

From “Lean on Me” to “Just the Two of Us,” we look back at the R&B legend’s most memorable tracks

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Carol Kaye, bass player, blasts 'Mrs. Maisel' as 'slander'

Carol Kaye, the 84-year-old "First Lady of Bass" shuns the spotlight and, for most of the decade, interview requests. But she's speaking out now to “set the record straight" about Season 3 of Amazon Prime’s "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," which features a gu

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Joni Mitchell: Her Art and Life in 33 Songs | Pitchfork

Since releasing her first album in 1968, Joni Mitchell has been a singularly influential force in popular music, offering a blueprint for both enlightenment and rebellion. Here, we take a chronological look at the songs that define her legacy so far—but first, here is an essay about her many gifts by cultural critic Ann Powers.

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Sinatra: He Sang One for the Ages - WSJ

Frank Sinatra recorded the definitive version of the sorrowful saloon song ‘One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)’ in 1958.

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Quincy Jones Has a Story About That | GQ

Quincy Jones has run with Frank Sinatra. Michael Jackson. Malcolm X. Prince. Tupac. Even Leni Riefenstahl—and the 84-year-old music legend has a tale for every famous name.