[JPL] Benny Golson and I
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Here's my question:
What do you feel is the singular most important piece of music ever written?
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Dear Jazz Royalty,
Benny Golson will be in Boston/Cambridge later this month for a week-long
residency at Harvard University, culminating in a concert with the Harvard
He will be my guest on the radio, JzFmS4, on Friday April 18th.
If you could ask Benny one question, what would it be?
I already have quite a list but your input will give me other ideas.
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