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January 17, 2010


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Ed Leimbacher

Kudos to you, Marc, not for all the solid reviews and brilliant interviews, not for the sense of visual design evident in every column, but for the community of Jazz folk you have created, enabled, and nurtured. Just look at the incredible array of outside submissions (letters, comments, photos, videos, and more) assembled today coming from established fans, new listeners, old critics, serious scholars, working musicians, and for all I know--it's all possible in the Land of Jazz--firemen, nurse practitioners, bank robbers (some rob you with a sixgun, and some with a fountain pen--oops, sorry, went off topic there), and heads of state! As a local Jazz deejay is wont to say, with the hint of a wink in his delivery, "Thanks for being out there."

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