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October 07, 2010

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David

Score one for the good guys - What a great story, and I look forward to seeing the film.

John P. Cooper

That's a terrific thing! Good news for a change!

John Hulaton

Yeah! Good for you, Frank. Good for all of us, in fact. Thanks, Brian.

Bill Benzon

I studied with Frank back in the 1970s. He's a monster player, arranger, and composer. I hope things work out for him. Glad you're on the case.

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