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Topic - Larry Campbell
Campbell said Helm had hoped to support the release of the album with live performances, including Thursday's debut on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," until his health failed.
"Then it came time to assemble the whole thing," Campbell said, "which was like putting together a 2,000-piece jigsaw puzzle because you want to make it sound like a complete work, something that's cohesive, and that it actually has the proper peaks and valleys and tension and release _ all the things that make a good song."