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August 13, 2008

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Greg Lee

Wow, a favorite standard? Jeez, where to start? I'm a sucker for "All the Things You Are," and it's often the first version you hear, in my case, Dave Brubeck Quartet on "Jazz at College of the Pacific," I think it's a tour de force.
But when it comes to the Great American Songbook, heavyweight division, guys like Porter & Gershwin & Arlen, I have to say "pound for pound" I give it up to Richard Rogers. Bliss.
bright moments Marc!

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