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Jen Chapin shares her dad's idealism -- but not his voice

By Steve Morse
Globe Staff / February 20, 2004

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NEW YORK -- Jen Chapin remembers how her dad, Harry, the folk troubadour behind the '70s hits "Taxi" and "Cat's in the Cradle," was often in a rush. He believed in "plowing ahead" at all costs and was on the road for up to 290 nights a year. Getting rest was not high on his agenda. "My dad didn't really ... (Full Article: 1049 Words)

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