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  4. BDWPS Podcast #43 (Music of 1973): Stooges, New York Dolls, Brian Eno, Area, John Cale, Gram Parsons, Al Green, Burning Spear, Bob Dylan

    In this episode, we take a look at the year 1973 and the music that shaped it. From punk rock to glam, from prog rock to jazz fusion, and from soul to country, this year was filled with a wide variety of definitive sounds.

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