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Member of the [[The Velvet Underground]]
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Co-Produced [[Chunky, Novi & Ernie]] album.
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'''John Cale''' (March 9, 1942) is a Welsh rock musician, singer, violist and music producer, who was a member of [[The Velvet Underground]], until [[Lou Reed]] fired him in 1968, leading to Cale pursuing a solo career. He collaborated with [[Gary Lucas]] and was married to [[Miss Cynderella|Cindy Wells]].  
  
Contributed to [[A Chance Operation]]
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Cale co-produced Zappa's ''[[Chunky, Novi & Ernie]]'' album and contributed to the [[John Cage]] tribute album ''[[A Chance Operation - The John Cage Tribute]]'' (1993).
  
Married to [[Cindy Wells]]
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==External links==
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* [[Wikipedia:John Cale]]
  
 
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[[Category:Rock Artists|Cale]]
[[category:musicians|Cale, John]]
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[[Category:Producers|Cale]]
[[Category:Rock Artists|Cale, John]]
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[[Category:Violinists|Cale]]
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[[Category:Singers|Cale]]

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John Cale (March 9, 1942) is a Welsh rock musician, singer, violist and music producer, who was a member of The Velvet Underground, until Lou Reed fired him in 1968, leading to Cale pursuing a solo career. He collaborated with Gary Lucas and was married to Cindy Wells.

Cale co-produced Zappa's Chunky, Novi & Ernie album and contributed to the John Cage tribute album A Chance Operation - The John Cage Tribute (1993).

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