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Cleancut, John Denver singer/songwriter type from the semi-fictional 1976 book, '''How to Make a Hit Record''', by Mike Jahn. He takes his song "Springtime" from coffehouses to a hit single and album. Alas, he's a one-hit wonder.
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Cleancut, John Denver singer/songwriter type from the semi-fictional 1976 book, ''How to Make a Hit Record'', by Mike Jahn. He takes his song "Springtime" from coffehouses to a hit single and album. Alas, he's a one-hit wonder.
  
 
The book uses real interviews with music industry people to show how the music industry works.
 
The book uses real interviews with music industry people to show how the music industry works.

Revision as of 09:52, 30 May 2017

Cleancut, John Denver singer/songwriter type from the semi-fictional 1976 book, How to Make a Hit Record, by Mike Jahn. He takes his song "Springtime" from coffehouses to a hit single and album. Alas, he's a one-hit wonder.

The book uses real interviews with music industry people to show how the music industry works.

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