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April 18, 2010

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Devra Hall Levy

RE Groove Merchant--setting the record straight:
While that tune was immensely popular with the band members and audiences alike, and most-associated with The Band, it was not written by Thad Jones. Jerome Richardson, sax-section leader and one of the founding members of the band, wrote Groove Merchant.

John P. Cooper

Congratulations, MM.

Helen Oakley Dance was a goddess!

Michael Acker

Congratulations!
you really deserve it.

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