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Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez

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Taylor, Rodriguez cover their tracks (Jul 2005)
Chip Taylor has had his fair share of fascinating jobs over the years from golfing with the pros on the greens to earning a ton of green stuff (the treasury-issued paper kind that is) as professional gambler. He's also enjoyed great success as a songwriter, with credits ranging from penning that classic garage rocker, "Wild Thing," to writing the gentler pop hit "Angel of the Morning," not to mention the many country hits he created for Nashville back in the Sixties.... more
Chip Taylor, Carrie Rodriguez discover the trouble with humans (Nov 2003)
Country music contains plenty of memorable male-female duet partners: Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty, Tammy Wynette and George Jones, Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton, and to an extent these days, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw. One of the latest entries into the male-female duo partnership has something different going for them. In fact, Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez could be among the most unique pairings ever. Taylor is a Yonkers, N.Y.-born-and-raised songwriter who penned such classics as... more

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