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Cameron Crowe on the 'Singles' Soundtrack, His Ultimate Seattle Mixtape

Original story at Rolling Stone• 2 mentions • 5 days ago

Rolling Stone 5 days ago

 
This interview was conducted last week, before news of Chris Cornell's death on May 17th. In 1986, Cameron Crowe, in love with a Pacific Northwest girl, and frustrated with the craven scene in L.A. ("hair bands ... guys who lived off their girlfriends") moved to Seattle to make a fresh start. That girl was Nancy Wilson of hard-rocking sister act Heart, so Crowe was soon immersed in the city's scrappy music scene, frequenting the clubs and getting to know the young music geeks who, often laboring in coffee shops, "worked a nine to five and then played music all night." ...
 
 
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19 May
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RT @cc_chapman: Cameron Crowe on the 'Singles' Soundtrack, His Ultimate Seattle Mixtape https://t.co/Eriwv3jKkW via @RollingStone
19 May
Rolling Stone @RollingStone
Cameron Crowe reflects on the 'Singles' soundtrack, his ultimate Seattle mixtape https://t.co/3CRd7yHEHC https://t.co/xkCvSYphOD