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April 30, 2010

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Jeff Rzepiela

Another fantastic extended interview! Thanks for highlighting this too-often overlooked saxophonist.

Ed Leimbacher

Marc, congratulations on another excellent extended interview. But let me tug your coat... one superior aspect of the Geller five-set is you have followed Herb into the present-day, whereas many/most of your interviews stop verbally in the Sixties or Seventies (my impression, anyway), and even though you usually point to the artist's new work available for downloading. All these greats are living and playing today (obviously!), and I imagine they have interesting views on the current scene and stories to tell like Geller... Well, it's just a thought.

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