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God Save the Eight-Track

Growing up in the 1970s, Bucks Burnett never even owned an eight-track tape: When his parents purchased their first post-LP stereo console, they went straight for a cassette player. "They were visionaries," he says. But that hasn't stopped Burnett from becoming the…

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