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February 24, 2008

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Although it came later than Manne's album, one Broadway-inspired effort worth noting is Johnny Richards' amazing "My Fair Lady-My Way." Incredible writing using the unique instrumentation of Johnny's orchestra (four saxes - alto/tenor/baritone/bass with Joel Kaye doubling bass sax with piccolo), 4 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, a single mellophonium, and 3-piece rhythm section.

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Tony

RIP Teo. Teo reminds me of the great editor Maxwell Perkins, wh, as an editor at Scribners, helped midwife some of the great modern classics. Teo was a great musical "editor."

Tony

RIP Teo. Teo reminds me of the great editor Maxwell Perkins, wh, as an editor at Scribners, helped midwife some of the great modern classics. Teo was a great musical "editor."

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