Alex Chilton: Take Me Home and Make Me Like It

Alex Chilton: Take Me Home and Make Me Like It

By Richard Driver

Alternate takes and rehearsal takes during 1975 sessions highlight Alex Chilton’s frenzied energy and uncompromising musicianship that resulted in Singer Not the Song and Bach’s Bottom. 29 Jun 2017 // 2:20 AM

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