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Library of Congress audio exhibit is unprecedented in scope
Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart was one of the more than 200 musicians interviewed in the 1980s by record label executive Joe Smith. Smith donated the interviews to the Library of Congress in June.
Joe Smith donated this collection of audio recordings with more than 200 of the biggest names in recorded music to the Library of Congress. The first 25 can be heard free online and more will be released in the coming months.
The late Ray Charles was one of many since-deceased musicians interviewed by Joe Smith in the 1980s included in a new online audio exhibit by the Library of Congress.
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The first 25 interviews in the Joe Smith Collection may be heard free online at www.loc.gov/rr/record/joesmith/.

In their own words

Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart was one of the more than 200 musicians interviewed in the 1980s by record label executive Joe Smith. Smith donated the interviews to the Library of Congress in June.
Joe Smith donated this collection of audio recordings with more than 200 of the biggest names in recorded music to the Library of Congress. The first 25 can be heard free online and more will be released in the coming months.
The late Ray Charles was one of many since-deceased musicians interviewed by Joe Smith in the 1980s included in a new online audio exhibit by the Library of Congress.
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