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In addition, Linitz supplied lyrics for the songs "Car Carrier Blues", "With" and "Clay" for Gordon's first album with Leo Kottke, Clone, as well as two songs ("Over the Dam", "Invisible") on the subsequent Gordon/Kottke album Sixty Six Steps. Linitz also cowrote Gov't Mule ballad "Banks of the Deep End" with Gordon and Warren Haynes.
Linitz is the son of Brandeis University professor and Manhattan Project scientist, Henry Linschitz, and an artist mother, Suzanne Hodes. Linitz graduated from Commonwealth School in Boston, and from Oberlin College. Linitz holds a Ph.D. in English from Boston University.
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- Versions of pastoral in modern American fiction (Frank Norris, Willa Cather, William Faulkner, Henry Roth): (Dissertation) by Joseph M. Linitz
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