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Judee Sill
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    (October 7, 1944-November 23, 1979)
    Born in Studio City, California
    Recorded the albums 'Judee Sill,' 'Heart Food,' and 'Dreams Come True'
    Wrote the songs 'Crayon Angels,' 'Jesus Was a Crossmaker,' and 'Lady-O'
    Born Judith Lynn Sill
    She abused drugs, including LSD, heroin, and cocaine.
    She robbed gas stations and liquor stores.
    She became a prostitute to support her habit.
    She was jailed for forging checks.
    Her recording career was very brief.
    She complained about opening for 'snotty rock groups.
    She relapsed after a car accident in the 1970s.
    She died of a drug overdose in 1979.
    Her debut album was the first for David Geffen's Asylum label.
    She played piano, guitar, and organ.
    After she first got off drugs, she decided to become a songwriter.
    Her father and older brother died when she was a child.
    Her mother was an alcoholic.
    She started using again because she was in pain following her car accident. Because of her drug history, doctors refused to prescribe painkillers for her.
    Her songs have been recorded by The Turtles, Linda Ronstadt, The Hollies, and Shawn Colvin.
    Graham Nash produced one of her songs.
    She was bisexual.
    She is the subject of a tribute album, 'Crayon Angel.'

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