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Date: Mon 29 Jan, 2007 at 10:46
Headline: New Audio & Flanders Watch
Greetings & Salutations!

Thanks to those of you who responded with condolences over the death of the old mailing list. I've managed to unearth more sign-up sheets this week, and am re-populating as best as I can. We shall rebuild it: better, stronger ...more, uh ...chewy? I can't remember how that goes.

There are a couple of new Audio Downloads on the front page: the studio version of the title track from Clarity, and a live performance of "The Gunner's Dream" from last year's concert at The Depot in Salt Lake City. Both recordings feature the superlative saxophone skills of our friend John Flanders, the hardest-working man in show business who will still take our calls.

Flanders, not content with having his own arse-kicking jazz/funk combo, composing for television and radio and being a featured player in dozens of other projects, is going to be blasting out the National Anthem at the Utah Jazz game tonight for a packed house at the Delta Center (or whatever they're calling it now) as well as millions of potential viewers, with the game being televised nationally. But no pressure, or anything.

For more info on the performance, visit John Flanders Dot Com

bye for now,