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CHRIS BELL’S PURE POP COSMOS: Big Star’s Other Bright Light

News that a biography and at least three vinyl compilations of the work of Big Star co-founder Chris Bell are coming out this year — including “The Complete Chris Bell,” a massive six-LP (!) retrospective due July 7 by Omnivore Recordings (the same folks who’ve issued some tasty Big Star releases in recent years, including […]

CHRIS BELL’S PURE POP COSMOS: Big Star’s Other Bright Light

Speaking (as I so often do here) about great musicians and music, I’d like to take a moment to remember and honor¬†Christopher Bell, the co-founding singer-songwriter of the seminal 1970s outfit Big Star.¬†Although in the years since the band’s initial demise and subsequent discovery by new generations of listeners, much of the credit and attention […]

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