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June 24, 2011


Doug Laustsen

I really enjoyed Silverman's biography, and it's definitely worth your time. I think the book also tempered some of my adoration with a much more well rounded understanding of Cage.

Dave Seidel

Thanks, I've been meaning to get this. I'm well primed for it after reading Kyle Gann's very enjoyable 4'3" book.

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