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December 18, 2014


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James Keepnews

Good on you, GG! Man, I believe homicide could possibly be too small a price to pay for that 1951 Bigsby 10-string solid body electric mandolin, particularly if the causality in question wasn't holding five figures.

Grant L

Don't know if your headline for this post was partly inspired by reading the new George Clinton autobio. Just finished it, liked it a lot, and have been re-immersing in his stuff for the first time in too long a time. A lot of it is ringing my chimes, but what's grabbing me more than ever before is how amazing the 70s Funkadelic stuff truly is.

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