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June 06, 2010

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Han Schulte

For your information:
Theo Jansen is a Dutch sculptor.
The beach you sea - including the rain -
is on the Dutch West Coast.
Today it's rather sunny.
Best,
Han Schulte
Netherlands

James Cimarusti

The album The Cool Scene: 12 New Ways to Fly is available on CD (with 11 bonus tracks from another album unknown to me-most likely one called Cafe Bizarre) under the mash-up title The Cool Scene at Cafe Bizarre: 12 New Ways to Fly (even though the CD has 23 tracks!). It can be found at this link: http://www.amazon.com/Cool-Scene-At-Cafe-Bizarre/dp/B0032BVEPE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1275835845&sr=1-1.

The cover is a close cropped version of the Warner Bros. vinyl eliminating the Warner bros logo from the original cover image.

Any clues as to what album the bonus tracks are from?

John P. Cooper

2 Easter's past, a local church featured an all Ellington program for their services. Missed it. This year - nothing.

I love WB covers from this era. So creative. A lost art.

How did Eric Felten get that PBS big band special a few years ago? Quite a coup!

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