Episode 1022: Peter Guralnick – Interview, Part 2




January 6, 2021


  • Dick Curless “A Tombstone Every Mile” A Tombstone Every Mile (Tower) 1966
  • Ray Charles “I Got A Woman” Ray Charles (Atlantic) 1957


In the final part of our interview with music author Peter Guralnick, we discuss his interest in showcasing artists he believes are important, what he learned from Ray Charles and why he decided on writing as a career.

Learn more about Peter and Looking to Get Lost at hachettebookgroup.com/contributor/peter-guralnick/

You can find Peter’s book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3nfwLrq

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Where credit is due: Thumbnail image of Peter courtesy of Shorefire Media.

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