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April 23, 2009

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John Cooper

I'd like to add~
The Bill Elliott Swing Orchestra
LIVE AT THE HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM
December 1999

The BESO was one of the best of the "Swing Revival" bands of the late 1990s.....likely THE best. A legitimate 15 piece Swing orchestra with a vocal group *not* made up of the band's musicians.

Great charts, great players, not a ghost band. They were everywhere and we took them for granted at times. It was a thrill while it lasted.

Just listen to the 4 segments recorded live that night at a dance that drew close to 2000 people.

http://www.swingorchestra.com/radio_1.html

http://swingorchestra.com/audio/radio1.ram
http://swingorchestra.com/audio/radio2.ram
http://swingorchestra.com/audio/radio3.ram
http://swingorchestra.com/audio/radio4.ram

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