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June 05, 2011

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Bill Forbes

Re Oddball Album, from left to right it's Bill Eyden, Vic Ash, Harry Klein, Malcolm Cecil and Brian Dee. Incidentally, saw Brian Dee last weekend still playing great piano with the Tubby Hayes Legacy Big Band.

John Herr

Speaking of tragic vehicular deaths, Dave Lambert suffered one himself. He stopped along Merritt Parkway to help a stranded motorist & was struck by a passing car.

Greg Lee

"Los Angeles River", now that's funny. I'd love to know the evolution behind the naming of that particular LP.....as all Angelenos know, the L.A. River is paved with concrete....perhaps the weirdest environmental management tactic in the history of L.A. County....is the music of this still available, Marc?

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