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Not the Last Goodbye

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

New and upcoming CDs featuring the songs of Elliott Smith, Nick Drake, and Jeff Buckley point to the perils of releasing music long after the artist is around to weigh in. Today, we talk to Smith's sound engineer Larry Crane and Billboard.com reporter Katie Hasty about how estates and marketing opportunities change musicians' legacies.

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