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Elliot Roberts, who managed Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan, dies at 76

From the outset, Asylum became a haven for esteemed singer-songwriters, most of them L.A.-based, including Mitchell, Jackson Browne, Warren Zevon, Laura Nyro, John David Souther, Tom Waits, the Eagles and, its biggest coup, Bob Dylan, who left his home at Columbia to sign with Asylum, where he recorded two albums, “Planet Waves” and “Before the Flood,” before returning to Columbia.