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Thursday, 11 April 2013 11:41

Thursday morning music news: Cat Power stuns with 'Bully,' Fleetwood Mac teases with 'Sad Angel' and Annette Funicello, Jimmy Dawkins and Andy Johns pass on

Thursday morning music news: Cat Power stuns with 'Bully,' Fleetwood Mac teases with 'Sad Angel' and Annette Funicello, Jimmy Dawkins and Andy Johns pass on facebook.com/nelscline
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The great rock record producer Andy Johns has passed away.

Spinner analyzes the end-credit music of "Mad Men."

Justin Hager's Tumblr: How great thou art.

Cat Power pays a visit to Jools Holland and shares a new, absolutely stunning song called "Bully." Watch.

When musicians write about music: a defense by Michael Azerrad.

Watch JT sing "Dock of the Bay" for the Prez.

Fleetwood Mac readies a new EP, likely to include "Sad Angel." Watch.

Listen to Terri Gross' interview with Annette Funicello, who died this week at the age of 70.

Charles Hughes makes sense out of the Brad Paisley and LL Cool J "Accidental Racist" controversy.

Enter the world of the vanity album.

The truly bizarre and frightening story of the plot to murder Joss Stone comes to a close.

The amazing Motown singers of the Andantes get the love and respect they deserve.

Session maestro Hugh McCracken has died at the age of 70.

At least this dude didn't try musical notation of dubstep.

Network Awesome rounds up some pretty wild and weird Italian disco videos.

Morrissey vs. Maggie.

First Ms. Thatcher came for the unions; then she came for the ravers.

The Next Web reports on the impending arrival of iTunes' music streaming service.

Everybody knows you can't rip a vinyl album like a CD, but apparently you can Xerox them.

RIP Chicago blues guitarist Jimmy Dawkins.

Nels Cline, Alex Skolnick and Fred Frith all join in on the "$100 Guitar Project."

What every kid needs: A Syd Barrett coloring book.

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