Low gets 'Invisible' with Jeff Tweedy

  • Article by: Chris Riemenschneider , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 18, 2013 - 12:00 PM

On the Duluth band’s 10th album, Alan Sparhawk stepped aside to have his wife sing more and Wilco’s mastermind produce.

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dhannersMar. 17, 1311:08 AM

While one cannot expect a music critic to know everybody, one might hope a music critic and/or his editors would know that the legendary and groundbreaking Byrds guitar player was the late Clarence WHITE, not Wright.

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pablolouseMar. 17, 13 3:59 PM

Yeah, I mean really - "Clarence Wright?" Has copy editing/fact checking completely vanished from daily journalism? It's almost a given these days that music criticism is a dumbed-down, dying profession, but when basic editing functions decline like this (and, no, this is not an isolated example) it's just sad.

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daknorthApr. 5, 13 9:14 AM

I notice the article has been corrected to add Clarance White's correct last name, but there is no notation that the earlier version was corrected, which might leave a reader wondering what my previous comment was all about.

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