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Happy Birthday Larry Kart!

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Hellzapoppin'!!!!

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:party:HAPPY BIRTHDAY LARRY!:party:

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Just as today once was yesterday, tomorrow shall soon be today. Have Coke and a smile, then emerge refreshed!

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"Is this your homework, Larry?"

(Could not resist.)

Happy Birthday, Larry!

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Thanks all!

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Happy Birthday!

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Happy birthday, Larry!  You'll have to give us a review of the festivities.

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Happy Birthday.................we need another book btw

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Best regards (a little late)...:tup:party:

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5 hours ago, Clunky said:

Happy Birthday.................we need another book btw

I have one in mind but very vaguely in mind. If it happens, it will be a series of real-life tales, with some names altered (and some circumstances might need to be slightly disguised) -- most of them (i.e. the tales) about how musicians and non-musicians/fans relate to the music and to each other, all of the tales taking off from things I witnessed/participated in. Some of the tales will be amusing, I hope, others on the sad and/or strange side. Don't know if I have enough material (some of it has to do with musicians we all know -- e.g. Thad Jones, Coleman Hawkins -- some with musicians or fans no one or almost no one knows. And while I'm pretty certain I can deal with writing about things that might be embarrassing to myself, I'm not at all sure how, in a few cases, to deal with my wish not to embarrass more or less innocent others and still leave enough meat on the bone. If, say, Stanley Crouch is a target in passing, OK, but I don't want to make a friend who goes back to junior-high days feel bad, even though the pieces of his behavior that I have in mind are at the center of one of the better, more peculiar and, I think, more revealing tales I want to tell.

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Do it as a Manga. There's a market.

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