Link Wray: Be What You Want To
Wayne Robins, Rolling Stone, 24 May 1973
LINK WRAY, father of chicken-shack recording, is back with his second album since emerging from the dim glint of rock history. Be What You Want To is a far cry from the laid-back, three-track wonder that was his first comeback album, which was recorded last year at his home in rural Maryland.
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