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May 08, 2009

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Lefty

The name of the Frishberg song (and the player, of course)is Van LINGLE Mungo, not Van LINGO Mungo. Van Lingle Mungo is much, much cooler.

Brendan

A typo. Thanks for catching it.

Rab Hines

Feel free to check out my jazz blog

andifyouhadtwocoats
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com

Thousands of brand new jazz records, all available for free and extensive download! Fuck the RIAA! Download as many albums as you can, and don't report us to the police.

Swingin'ly yours,

Rab

Rab Hines

Feel free to check out my jazz blog

andifyouhadtwocoats
blogspot
com

Thousands of brand new jazz records, all available for free and extensive download! Fuck the RIAA! Download as many albums as you can, and don't report us to the police.

Swingin'ly yours,

Rab

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