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November 05, 2007

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Slideguy

Thanks for such informative writing. I discovered your site a month ago, thanks to Doug Ramsey's link to it. Great site!

Marco Acevedo

Wow. What a nice, no-nonsense site. It reminds me of what I miss about old BlueNote and Riverside liner notes, now that I mostly download music to save shelfspace (precious in my little manhattan nook). Thank you.

Herb Schon

Knew Teddy Charles back in the late 50's and early 60's and did some sailing with him. A terrific guy in addition to being a singular musician.
All the interviews are so "on" that it's hard not to keep reading and reading. There's got to be a book there.

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