My review of the new album “Crayon Angel: A Tribute to the Music of Judee Sill” was posted to Popdose today:
The history of popular music is filled with stories of triumph and tragedy. Among the latter, no story is more tragic than that of Judee Sill. After a difficult childhood which found her turning to drugs and crime, Sill found solace in songwriting. Her light folk-rock style became known as the “Laurel Canyon” sound. She became the first artist ever signed to the brand new Asylum Records in the early ’70s, and toured as an opening act for David Crosby and Graham Nash.popdose.com, CD Review: Various Artists, “Crayon Angel: A Tribute to the Music of Judee Sill” | Popdose, Sep 2009
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