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May 08, 2009

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M.MALLOY

Wow, hey did Creed do the OSCAR PETERSON WAVE? WITHE THE ORHESTRA?
MAN I LISTEN TO THAT AND ITS INCREDIBLE, A SONIC SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE, THE BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON IS COOL!!!TOO,
I MEAN RON CARTER AND JACK!!!!!
I ALWAYS THOUGHT, THOSE BUSINESS GUYS SHOULD BE CALLED GANGSTERS, AFTER READING THAT, THATS WHAT THOSE GUYS ARE.
MAN HES A HERO!!!!THANKS FOR THE MUSIC!!!!!!MR.TAYLOR.

BD

Creed also signed John Coltrane to Impulse and produced his first recording there, "Africa/Brass."

Bill

Thanks for this! Your interviews are so excellent, I really appreciate your work.

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