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September 01, 2011

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Bill

I enjoyed reading about Ronnie's band time with Maynard. I spent many nights at Detroit's Minor Key. Seeing and hearing Maynard and his 13 band in that small funky venue was the most exciting musical experience ever. That band smoked! Ronnie's bari work has always been a joy to dig. I hope he continues to enjoy health and happiness for many year to come!

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