Q&A with Don Was: Zen and the Art of Audio Production

The first time most people caught a glimpse of musician and producer Don Was, he was the high-haired cat in sunglasses playing a leopard-print bass on the Was (Not Was) video for the 1988 dance hit “Walk the Dinosaur.” He’d parlay the success of that song into high-profile gigs with Bonnie Raitt and The B-52s, producing their

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