Listening Back To An Interview With Phil Ramone

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Phil Ramone in New York in 1997. (Getty Images)
Phil Ramone in New York in 1997. (Getty Images)

Ramone started out as a sound engineer for Lesley Gore, and went on to work with Simon and Garfunkel, Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra. He died Saturday at the age of 79. Fresh Air remembers him by listening back to a 1995 interview. He talks about losing old demos and being mistaken for a member of The Ramones.

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