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English: Photo of producer Terry Melcher (left) in the recording studio with the Byrds Gene Clark (center) and David Crosby (right) listening to a take. Given the date of the photo, they were probably working on the Turn, Turn, Turn album when the photo was taken. This newspaper was produced for KRLA Radio, Los Angeles, in the mid 1960s.
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Source KRLA Beat page 15
Author KRLA Beat Publications-page 10 (PDF file)
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