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    Don McLean is best known for his 1971 song “American Pie,” a folk-pop epic mourning the death of an era – the feel-good ‘50s – and coining the phrase “The Day the Music Died” in reference to that tragic day in 1959 when the plane carrying Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper crashed in an Iowa cornfield. In addition to this perennial song, McLean enjoyed another hit with “Vincent” (about the great tortured Dutch artist), and his song “Empty Chairs” is said to have inspired the classic Roberta Flack hit “Killing Me Softly.” Needless to say, this singer-songwriter’s music is especially moving and belongs in every vinyl collector’s collection.

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