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"The Voice of Tony Burrows" Can Be Heard in Many One-Hit Wonders

Music critic Ken Tucker reviews the CD "Love Grows (where My Rosemary Goes): The Voice of Tony Burrows." Burrows rode up the charts during the British invasion. The CD is a collection of hits by Burrow's who was known for spinning out hit after hit in the late 1960s and early 70s under a different name or bands.



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Other segments from the episode on October 28, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 28, 1996: Interview with Paul Stekler and Maggie Lauterer; Interview with Ben Kingsley; Review of Tony Burrows's album "Love Grows (where My Rosemary Goes): The…


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