Although Orson Welles had little to no involvement in the production of Citizen Cope, Clarence Greenwood's songs have a cinematic scope that would do El Rotundo proud. Gritty tales of longing, injustice, and loss vein through his music with righteous indignation, leaving you tapping your foot to the despair left behind. Cope shaved, showered, and spoke among the glorious trappings of the Liberty Hall basement, Lawrence's own Xanadu, while on tour for his latest recording, "Every Waking Moment." No snowglobes were harmed in the filming of this episode.

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