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June 06, 2011

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Ed Leimbacher

Granted, the passing of Time dims one's vision and unleashes the re-visioning of Memory, but that iTunes cover sure Sims to hit a false note... because all of Jazz knows that nothing dims the sound of Zoot in full swing.

Héctor Balbis

Be mentioned in JazzWax is an honor for me.
Thank you Marc, for your generosity and this review of a great music.
Abrazo!
Héctor Balbis...(a simple homojazzpiens)

Dakotayellowred

Zoot Sims is one of my favorite artists,the sound that comes out of his instrument is power and expression of a real life real hard but as the expression of her lovely phrasing

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