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History is littered with improbable and unintentional heroes, figures who have loomed large with the luxury of retrospection, but remained woefully unrecognized in their own present tense. Music history is particularly susceptible to this syndrome, trumpeting a voluminous roll call of names that were barely known in their own eras and endlessly lauded by succeeding generations. Such was the strange fate of Jeff Tweedy, Jay Farrar and Mike Heidorn in the late '80s when they made their way out  ...

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