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Charlie Gillett Passes

CHARLIE GILLETT, 68, rock historian and author of the seminal 1970 tome The Sound of the City, passed away this morning.  The U.K. journalist/d.j. was the host of the Honky Tonk show on Radio London; co-managed Ian Dury's Kilburn and the High Roads, and founded Oval Records, enjoying a #1 hit with Paul Hardcastle's "19." Gillett also played a massive role in introducing World Music to the U.K., on both radio and record. Our sympathies go out to his wife Buffy, and their children Suzy, Jody and Ivan(3/17p)

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