Beau Brummels, The
Interview by Joel Selvin, Selvin On The City, KSAN 107.7, May 2007
Sal Valentino takes us through the history of The Beau Brummels, from being produced by a young Sly Stone for Tom Donahue's Autumn Records to the Warners years, working with Van Dyke Parks and Randy Newman, and the Triangle and Bradley's Barn albums.
File format: mp3 File size: 31.2mb Interview length: 34' 02"; Sound quality: *****
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