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When The Band’s debut album “Music From Big Pink” came out in 1968, the band’s name and the title were absent from the cover, which was a painting by their pal Bob Dylan. Their anonymity disappeared when the album drove a stake in the heart of psychedelia, with an emphasis on shorter songs and vocal interplay. […]
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