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    By chance did you find Jimmy Hoffa there?
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    I guess a while in coming....RIP Daryl.... The whole family history is quite interesting, with 2 brothers and both parents also in the music business (my favorite brother Dennis Dragon was in the Surf Punks, but was in a couple bands with Daryl and Doug in the 60's and 70's). RIP to Bob Einstein too....did not watch Curb Your Enthusiasm, but knew him as Super Dave and even remembered him from Smothers Brothers and Sonny & Cher show re-runs....didn't realize until somewhat recently that he and Albert Brooks were brothers!
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    Yeah, I remember because I went down the rabbit hole of first watching his other videos (especially the other Live Plus Près De Toi videos) and then listening to whole albums on Tidal and liking all of it. Will check out the new album. I liked the video particularly much because it shows all the instruments in enough detail that if you had a fetish for them, you could get off on the close-ups. (I’m thinking of the Wurlitzer electric piano, Linn drum machine, and Roland string synthesizer, not just the two hot women. Alright, maybe not the synthesizer. I mean, who has a fetish for Rolands?)
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    http://www.synthtopia.com/content/2019/01/06/arp-founder-alan-r-pearlman-has-died/ RIP Alan R. Pearlman, the man behind the ARP synthesizer company which made some excellent products and had many, ahem, questionable business practices. The ARP 2500 and 2600 are the stuff of legend. http://www.vintagesynth.com/arp/2500.php http://www.vintagesynth.com/arp/arp.php
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    Looks like I might not make it to the office tomorrow.