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Margo Guryan

Margo Guryan, the cult baroque pop singer-songwriter who composed the 1960s hit “Sunday Mornin’,” has died at her home in Los Angeles. The news was first reported by buzzbands.la and confirmed by Galaxie 500’s Damon Krukowski, whose parents were friends with Guryan and her former husband Bob Brookmeyer. She was 84.

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Margo Guryan, the songwriter whose album was “discovered” three decades after its release, has died at age 84. The release, “Take a Picture,” has been hailed as one of the greatest “One-Album Wonders” of all time.

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Back in 1972, Queens singer-songwriter Margo Guryan wrote “The Hum,” a sarcastic lament inspired by the Watergate scandal. It’s exactly the sort of jazzy, folksy baroque-pop song that informs Azniv Korkejian’s music as Bedouine, so it makes sense that the Artist To Watch has decided to cover “The Hum” in 2020. It makes even more […]