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This week, two great American songwriters. James Taylor signed to the Beatles' Apple Records at the tender age of 19 and has been a huge presence in American pop, since 1970. Lucinda Williams' work was overlooked by the music industry for many years before she emerged in the 1990s as a touchstone for a new generation of Americana artists and fans.

Illustration by Richie Pope

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