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    Plagued by drug and alcohol problems, Lind gained a reputation in the business for being "hard to work with." In 1969, Lind severed ties with World Pacific. Three years later, Capitol Records released Since There Were Circles , an album that was well received by critics but not commercially successful. Lind dropped out of the music industry for a number of years. [7] He was a friend of the writer Charles Bukowski , who turned him into the character "Dinky Summers" in his 1978 novel Women and other writings. [8] He has been clean and sober since July 1977. [9] [10]

    Bob Lind (born Robert Neale Lind, November 25, 1942 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States) is an American folk music singer-songwriter, who helped define the 1960s ...


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