LES & ANNIE CLAYPOOL: Echo Park’s Last And Truest Bohemians

Random Lengths News | April 6, 2012
Little more than 50 years ago, a guy named Les Claypool lived with his lovely wife Annie at the top of Echo Park Avenue in what may be the most Bohemian section of Los Angeles. They lived in a home built on the steep hillside out of giant redwood lumber and lots of glass and sunshine. It was a lovely place to wake up in after a great night of partying.

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