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Hal Willner

Hal Willner

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Interpretations Of Monk By Jazz, Rock Musicians

Report and Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 28 January 1984

WHAT DO FELLINI soundtrack composer Nino Rota and the late jazz great Thelonious Monk have in common? ...

Kip Hanrahan and Hal Willner: Rock's renegade producers

Profile and Interview by Rob Tannenbaum, Rolling Stone, 17 November 1988

Kip Hanrahan and Hal Willner make records that challenge the traditional notion of a producer's role ...

Hal Willner: "He's The Kind Of Guy Who Knows When Something Sounds Absurd, It's Beautiful"

Interview by Mark Rowland, Musician, January 1989

HAL WILLNER, UNRIVALED KING OF THE "TRIBUTE" ALBUM, TURNS TO DISNEY ...

Hal Willner: Alone in the Dark

Interview by Gene Santoro, Musician, October 1992

SIXTY YEARS ago the Marx Brothers shot Animal Crackers in Astoria, at Paramount's East Coast studios. Last spring, Master Sound Studio, part of that now-refurbished ...

Hal Willner and the Creation of the Modern Tribute Album

Profile and Interview by Steven R Rosen, LA CityBeat, January 2004

"SORRY," Hal Willner says, sheepishly. He has just been complimented — or so this writer intended — for being the father of pop culture's rampant ...

The Rock Snob's Dictionary: An Introduction

Book Excerpt by David Kamp, Broadway Books, February 2006

2021 AUTHOR'S NOTE: This was written in 2005 and does not entirely hold up today. (But most of it does.) ...

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