Robbie Robertson wrote some of the greatest rock songs of the late '60s and '70s.   As a member of The Band, he penned classic songs filled with rueful stories and quirky characters.   Robertson's first album in more than a decade, How to Become Clairvoyant, is more memoir than fiction.   He talks with Kurt Andersen about how he learned the art of storytelling on the Six Nations reservation.                Bonus Track: Kurt Andersen's  full 47-minute conversation with Robbie Robertson   embed_audio( 'http://audio.wnyc.org/studioblog/studioblog041511_roberstson.mp3', 'id11723233951480797b3e2-64be-4d9f-9d28-3e71e1c2c748', 400, 'Bonus Track: Kurt Andersen\'s full 47-minute conversation with Robbie Robertson', '' , true); Bonus Track: Robbie Robertson discusses his favorite The Band song, "Rag Mama Rag" embed_audio( 'http://audio.wnyc.org/studioblog/studioblog041511_robersonsfavorite.mp3', 'id1172323290839cf3cd0a3-d1c9-4888-95c9-0eac571e02a9', 400, 'Bonus Track: Robbie Robertson discusses his favorite The Band song, "Rag Mama Rag"', '' , true);

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