Jimmy L. Webb

January 1971
New Yorker;1/9/1971, Vol. 46 Issue 47, p24
The article reports on Jim Webb, the author and composer of popular songs. The songs he had written include "Up, Up and Away," "By the Time I get to Phoenix," "Wichita Lineman," "The Worst That Could Happen," and "MacArthur Park."


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