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July 04, 2010

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Ehsan

My regards to good old Nat. I've tried in every occasion to bring up his name in Iran,and if you're gonna interview him, tell him that Farsi translation of his "Jazz: New Perspectives on the History of Jazz" is going to published in early autumn. Once I had a chance to have a small talk with him, on the phone. He was surprised when I said to him that are real appreciators of his works in Iran. He was very modest and generous, when I mentioned the unauthorized translation of the book and the possible effect of this job on younger generations of Iranians who have an affection for this music.

John P. Cooper

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3kLIJQekkI

A link to one of the BK cuts with another next to it.

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