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Fred Neil

Other than Bob Dylan, Fred Neil was perhaps the single most influential singer-songwriter of the '60s US folk boom. With his cavernous baritone and loose-limbed acoustic guitar strumming, he was probably the first singer-songwriter to integrate jazz and blues into his sound. His unique style influenced everyone from Tim Buckley to Crosby, Stills & Nash, and over the years his songs were covered by everyone from Beth Orton to Tony Bennett. Sadly, the notoriously troubled Neil only left behind a couple… Show more

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