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January 27, 2009

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Ed Leimbacher

I've enjoyed Anderson's work with Rollins, natch, and now look forward to hearing his new CD--but before it's too late, what about constructing one of your patented three- or four-part interviews with the great unsung (or seldom-sung, anyway) hero of trombonology... Curtis Fuller? (and if this has already occurred, please direct me there.)

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