Jay Bennett

<b><u>UNDERRATED</u></b><br>
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<b>Jay Bennett</b><b>:</b> With the release of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB005165" title="Wilco (music group)" href="/topic/entertainment/music/wilco-%28music-group%29-PECLB005165.topic">Wilco</a>'s cheekily named "Wilco (The Album)" coming in a few weeks, we were heartbroken to learn that Bennett (second from right),  co-architect of three of the band's best albums, died in his sleep on May 24. After a split with <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB004174" title="Jeff Tweedy" href="/topic/entertainment/music/jeff-tweedy-PECLB004174.topic">Jeff Tweedy</a>, it never seemed he got his due, but he was an irreplaceable part of some classic songs. R.I.P., Jay.<br>
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<i>Pictured: Wilco in 1996</i>
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( Brad Miller/Warner Bros / June 7, 2009 )

UNDERRATED

Jay Bennett: With the release of Wilco's cheekily named "Wilco (The Album)" coming in a few weeks, we were heartbroken to learn that Bennett (second from right), co-architect of three of the band's best albums, died in his sleep on May 24. After a split with Jeff Tweedy, it never seemed he got his due, but he was an irreplaceable part of some classic songs. R.I.P., Jay.

Pictured: Wilco in 1996

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