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December 20, 2009

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Doug Zielke

Currently, the sound quality of digitally streamed music I've heard, makes my ears bleed.
For now I'll continue to "hunt and gather".
As a matter of fact, yesterday I found a used Clifford Jordan LP on Jazzland. Beautiful!

Chris Albertson

I enjoyed the video clip with David Amram. Thank you.

Davis is a remarkable renaissance man about whom more needs to be written. He used to drop by WBAI when I was there and do interesting things, such as portray Ladybird Johnson in a mock interview for our 1964 faux election coverage, "The Big Tune-out".

David was convincing, but not overly so.

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