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Raspberries frontman Eric Carmen, who tried out for The Choir but never joined, is featured in the Artifacts liner notes.
All that content, however, often arrives with a dearth of context: No liner notes, no credits, a disappearing music press that’s another casualty of the digital age.
Like this flavor-bomb homemade hoisin sauce, a sneaky recipe-within-a-recipe hidden in the liner notes of this glazey pork chop dish.
Knowing that vinyl releases are often given deluxe treatment, with lavish cover art and liner notes, Mr. Milinkovich was surprised to receive his Chappelle album packaged only in plain white paper sleeves.
No doubt: The food, always confidently idiosyncratic and expertly prepared, is delicious without liner notes.
The compilation will include nine CDs, more than 120 tracks, and a 300-page book with extensive liner notes and essays by various artists, produced and released by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.
Dylan was always kind enough to put his musicians on the back of the album in the liner notes.
Hip-hop and rap are no exception, and the essays and liner notes of The Smithsonian Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap confront this complexity head-on.
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LINER NOTES Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of liner notes for English Language Learners
: information about a record, CD, or tape that is printed on its cover or on a piece of paper placed inside its cover
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