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Irwin Chusid (the author of the books on Jim Flora's work, along with Barbara Economon on three off them) is a musicologist of sorts, who has a very good radio show on WFMU in New Jersey. He's also the author of "Songs In the Key of Z", an interesting book on 'outsider music', which includes a chapter on Robert Graettinger.

During my recent fascination with Gerry Mulligan's journey across the US with Graettinger's ex- live-in 'lover' (she reported he was impotent), I contacted "The Mighty Irwin" (the name of his radio show), and he surprised me by returning my email in less than five minutes.

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3 hours ago, Bluesnik said:

Where did you find it? If I may ask. Might be interested myself. The Harmonica blues album cover art looks like a drawing from Robert Crumb.

I think it was a sellout here in Germany "Zweitausendeins".


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