The Center Line

November 1972
New Yorker;11/11/1972, Vol. 48 Issue 38, p35
The article features the author's account of Peter Link related to his life as a musician. The author stressed that Link's admirable music can be heard in “Lysistrata” and in “Much Ado About Nothing”. The author also noted that most of Link's music is rock, determined and infectious. He describe Link as boyish in appearance, wears perpetual questing look, has a substantial mop of curly mop hair and is intensely serious about himself and his work.


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