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June 12, 2008

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Mike Milner

Beautiful interview, very well done. I absolutely adore Art's music. "Meets The Rhythm Section" and "Modern Jazz Classics" are never far from my ears. Laurie's comments about Art's lifestyle remind me of Lenny Breau, especially the part about dealing with issues. That was Lenny to a tee, although if anything, his life was even more tragic. He didn't have a Laurie to look out for him.

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