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'Skunk' Leads Nazareth To '80s

Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 20 January 1980

A RECORDING STUDIO can make strange bedfellows. Guitarist Jeff (Skunk) Baxter is best known for his work with the sophisticated rock of Steely Dan and, with Michael McDonald, as a catalyst in the Doobie Brothers' shift from the straight-ahead rock of 'China Grove' to the silky, neo soul sound of 'Takin' It to the Streets'. So how did he end up producing Malice in Wonderland. the new LP by Scottish heavy-metal rockers Nazareth?

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