“I worked in record stores forever, and I was very meticulous about collecting, putting it in bags, and sorting it all,” says Olson. “These days I just enjoy running into it randomly.” And for Olson personally, it’s hard to believe that he could be coming into his own as a singer after so many memorable albums, but he hints that he is still finding his way. “I remember it taking a lot of time to find a natural voice to sing in,” he says. “I still feel like a kid most of the time.”

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