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April 25, 2008

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Red Colm O'Sullivan

Don't forget "Lotus Blossom" by Mr. Bright, the wonderful trio feature on Horace Silver's "The Tokyo Blues" on Blue Note - almost a desert island disc for me (Horace is so inspired here), and doesn't Nancy sing a real great "Sweet Pumpkin" too...
Is Ronnell Bright working now - if not, why not...?
Thanks for this,
RED (Ireland).

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