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  • Where might I get a recording of these? Many of these mean nothing to me without being able to listen to them...

    Posted by M Moon on Mon 12 Apr 2010

  • Of course, only the Western artists have the honour of having their names included.

    Posted by David Mc on Sat 1 May 2010

  • what?...no bebop

    Posted by richard reese on Tue 11 May 2010

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