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Jakob Dylan, Stephen Stills and More Gather to Celebrate Laurel Canyon’s ‘Echo’
Roger McGuinn, Ringo Starr, Cat Power and others also turned up for premiere of new doc on L.A.’s mid-Sixties folk-rock revolution
“Turn everything up!” declared Jakob Dylan, standing with a band of journeyman players at the Cinerama Dome movie theater in Los Angeles on Thursday. The occasion was the premiere of Echo in the Canyon, a documentary on the jangly, perceptive folk-rock of mid-Sixties Laurel Canyon that inspired him and generations of musicians.
The eight-song performance followed the 90-minute film, and included songs performed by pioneering Laurel Canyon players Stephen Stills (Buffalo Springfield) and Roger McGuinn (the Byrds). For the Mamas and Papas’ “Go Where You Wanna Go,” the singer Jade swayed behind the mic in cowboy boots and a sparkly purple cocktail dress, trading verses with Dylan as he strummed a white electric guitar. Cat Power and Dylan sang a duet on “Never My Love,” a Top 40 hit from 1967 by the Association.
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