Jimmy Webb On Partying & The Beatles

Jimmy Webb’s new memoir, The Cake and the Rain, follows his rise from Oklahoma preacher’s son to L.A. pop aristocrat, writing songs for all the stars. At the heart is his struggle to carve out his own identity as he lived a double life as a Middle American fixture with countercultural artistic ambitions. “[It was] like going from the Soviet Union to Estonia,” he says.

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