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I can't tell you what Ethel will be playing, but they didn't do John King's Sweet Hardwood when they played last weekend in Maine. Instead, they played new compositions which they are recording soon (or recorded this week, as a matter of fact). Agh, if only I had my program close by, I could tell you what it was. Gorgeous material, gotta say that!

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