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      Hard-core classic rock fans know the name Glyn Johns. The veteran studio producer and engineer had his hands on the mixing boards for the Steve Miller Band's Sailor, Eric Clapton's Slowhand, the Who's Who's Next and Quadrophenia, and, most impressive of all, the Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main St. So it shouldn't come as a shock to hear that the Band of Horses' Ben Bridwell couldn't believe his luck when this Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame producer agreed to take on the Lowcountry act's latest album, Mirage Rock. But Johns' presence at the helm was certainly intimidating.
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