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December 16, 2008

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I love the description of his dry-ice chord structure. That's precisely the term I was struggling to find for his sound. Even on Blue Moods - which I happen to like a lot because of the voicings - that jumps out at you. Still the back story on that session is fascinating - thanks for a terrific blog!

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