[JPL] Matthew Herbert Big Band

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Thu Aug 10 11:21:42 EDT 2006


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> Message Received: Aug 01 2006, 10:57 PM
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> Subject: [JPL] Matthew Herbert Big Band 
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> Anyone familiar with the British based Matthew Herbert Big Band? They were 
> one of the highlights of last week's San Sebastian Jazz Festival.
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