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Kenny Laguna: Laguna Tunes

Eric Weisbard, The Village Voice, 29 April 2000

IT'S TEMPTING TO imagine that Kenny Laguna invented the lifework he chronicles in the songs and liner notes of Laguna Tunes, that this parade of detritus – Tony Orlando before Dawn, Sissy Spacek singing the soundtrack to an Andy Warhol film, Bill Medley between the Righteous Brothers and his 1980s blip – is some kind of Nabokovian ploy concocted six months ago in a New York studio.

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