33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
March 13, 2017

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Vancouver and the Blues
Hour One: Hear this show now
Hour Two: Hear this show now
Hour One – Pop Bands of the Vancouver Scene

1.   Peter Kelch & The Pharaohs: Silly Girl (Peter Kelch)  1963
2.   Strange Movies: (I Can) Feel It Coming (Bill Campbell) 1969
3.   Three To One: Give Me Love (Ed Sheeran) 1967
4.   Two Bits: Never To Leave (G Lapano) 1966
5.   Three’s A Crowd: Bird Without Wings (Bruce Cockburn) 1968
6.   Five Man Cargo: Why Can’t I Get You (John Telling) 1969
7.   Bruno Gerussi’s Medallion: The One That Got Away 1989
8.   Shari Ulrich: Mad Money  (Shari Ulrich) 1982
9.   The Payolas: Jukebox  1980
10. The Evaporators: Touch Wood  2001
11. Mother Tucker’s Yellow Duck: Times Are Changing  1969
12. The High Fives: Mo-shun (Shori - Papuc - Krashan - Carotenuto)1961
13. The Pacers: I Want You Back (G Danroth / P Griffiths / C Sande / B Hilton)  1966
14. The Chessmen: Love Didn’t Die (Terry Jacks) 1965
15. The Wee Beasties: Something to do With the Weather (The Wee Beasties) 196???
16. Painted Ship: I Told Those Little White Lies (William Hay / Bob Rowden)1966
17. Ptarmigan: Vancouver  1973

CanCon = 100%

Hour Two – The Blues

1.   Fleetwood Mac: My Heart Beat Like A Hammer (Jeremy Spencer) 1968
2.   BB King: Caledonia (F Moore)  1971
3.   Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Born Under A Bad Sign (Albert King)  1967
4.   Hound Dog Taylor: Give Me Back My Wig (Theodore Roosevelt) 1971
5.   Henry Townsend & Yank Rachel: Things Have Changed (Henry Townsend) 1980
6.   Valerie Wellington: A Fool For You (Charles / Hill) 1987
7.   King Biscuit Boy: Blue Light Boogie (J.M. Robinson)  1988 *
8.   Powder Blues Band: Buzzard Luck (Winonie Harris) 1979 *
9.   Howlin’ Wolf: Evil (Willie Dixon) 1954
10. Muddy Waters: Streamline Woman (McKinley Morganfield) 1979
11. Al Cromwell: Al’s Blues (Al Cromwell)  1987 *
12. John Mayall’s Blues Breakers: Driving Sideways (Freddy King) 1967

CanCon = 25%

Total CanCon = 69%


And Now for The Particulars:


Hour One – Pop Bands of the Vancouver Scene

1.  Peter Kelch & The Pharaohs: Silly Girl (Peter Kelch)
45 single bw River of Tears: Terra Records 45-TR-369
Victoria BC
Peter Kelch: vocal
Ed Attfield (lead guitar)
Ron Attfield (bass)
Doug Brown (saxophone)
Terry Budd (drums)
Produced 1963

This is one of the rarest of all Canadian singles
Peter Kelch recorded two singles on his own private Terra Record label and 3 on Chalice
Peter Kelch was part of the flegling Victoria, British Columbia music scene back in the early 1960's along with The Pharaohs, Bobby Faulds, The Strangers

2.   Strange Movies: (I Can) Feel It Coming (Bill Campbell)
45 single bw What A Drag: Van 2605
Bill Campbell (vocals)
Don Burnett (drums)
Robert Daniel (bass)
Rodger Law (guitar, vocals)
Produced 1969

Originally from Kelowna, B.C., the Strange Movies were formed in the Spring of 1966 with the merging of members from two bands - Jimmy And The Rebounds and Urban Council. In the summer of 1968 they relocated to Vancouver where the rented a house together. In 1969 they recorded two singles for Van Records which brought them to the attention of a club owner visiting from Bermuda. Soon they were flown to Hamilton, Bermuda to play at the Ace of Clubs for a season. Upon their return they played gigs in New York and Toronto followed by a second season in Bermuda.

Rodger Law went to Vancouver where he ended up joining Mother Tucker's Yellow Duck.

3.   Three To One: Give Me Love (Ed Sheerin)
45 single bw See Emily Play: Arc Records A-1183
John Renton
Derek Norris (bass)
Brian Russell (guitar)
Claudette Skrypnyk
Produced by Tony Dimarta 1967

Russell formed Three To One in Vancouver in 1966. The band soon relocated to Yorkville in Toronto to try and catch a break. They soon got signed to Arc Records for one single - a cover of Pink Floyd's "See Emily Play". They would later change their name to Raja before calling it quits.

4.   Two Bits: Never To Leave (G Lapano)
45 single bw Things Must Change: Vantown VT-100
Gabe Lapano
Kent Morrill
Produced by Big Deal Productions, 1966

Two Bits are rumored to have been the American band "The Cascades", who had a big hit at the time, "Rhythm of the Rain". Apparently, while spending time in Vancouver, and still under contract with Warner, they recorded this single under the pseudonym "Two Bits".

5.   Three’s A Crowd: Bird Without Wings (Bruce Cockburn)
Christophers Movie Matinee: RCA Victor D-50030
Ottawa ON
Trevor Veitch lead guitar
Brent Titcomb guitar
David Wiffen guitar
Ken Koblun bass
Richard Patterson drums
Donna Warner vocals
Produced by Mama Cass Elliot & Steve Barri 1968
Recorded by Chuck Britz at Studio 3 at Western Recorders, Los Angeles, October 1967

3's A Crowd was formed in August 1964 in Vancouver by folk musician and comedian Brent Titcomb and singer/comedian Donna Warner. January 1965, under the name The Bill Schwartz Quartet, the trio make their debut at Vancouver's Bunkhouse coffeehouse. By May 1965 the trio became 3's A Crowd as suggested by Titcomb's friend King Anderson. They made a demo tape and it was sent to Sid Dolgay of The Travellers who offered to manage them. This resulted in gigs in Toronto’s thriving Yorkville coffee house scene. In 1967 they played at Expo ’67 in Montreal and were seen by Denny Doherty and Cass Elliott of The Mamas & The Papas. Elliot proposed to produce them and contacted ABC Dunhill who brought them to Los Angeles to record what would be their only album. By the summer of ’68 things started coming apart for various reasons and the band saw a revolving door of prominent musicians enter the fold, including Colleen Peterson and Bruce Cockburn. By 1969 they were history.

6.   The Chessmen: Love Didn’t Die (Terry Jacks)
45 single bw You Lost Your Love: (Mercury) M-72498
Terry Jacks (guitar, vocals)
Guy Sobell (lead guitar)
Bill Lockie (bass)
Erik Kalaidzis (vocals)
Tom Meikle (drums)
Produced by Jerry Kennedy 1965

Guy Sobell was a guitarist in a Vancouver band, The Ken Clark Trio, and while in Europe, he had heard music by Swedish group The Spotnicks and the English group The Shadows and decided to form his own band after returning to Canada.

At the same time, a 17 year old named Terry Jacks had put together a “surf” band”, The Sand Dwellers. When the Sand Dwellers split up, some of the members re-formed as The Vancouver Playboys which left Terry Jacks without a band.

Jacks and Sobell were introduced to two fellow University of British Columbia students, Bill Lockie, a guitar player who was learning to play bass, and Erik Kalaidzis, a singer who played chess with Sobell and The Chessmen were born.

They got to record a few songs and Vancouver DJ Red Robinson gave the tape to London Records who released the band's first single - "Meadowlands" - in December 1964. Mercury released the new single, "Love Didn’t Die", in December 1965 and they band closed out the year opening a show for Gary Lewis and The Playboys in Vancouver. Chessmen split up in 1966 but Terry Jacks went on to enjoy several international hits in the 1970s, including the classic Seasons In The Sun with the Poppy Family.

7.   Five Man Cargo: Why Can’t I Get You (John Telling)
45 single bw Memories: Rumble Records R 2360
John Telling: lead guitar, vocals
Gerald Laishley: lead vocals
Orly Anderson: bass, vocals
Warren Cann: drums
Bob Douglas: bass, vocals
Sid Fattedad: drums
Dave Jonsson: drums
Roy Kessler: bass
Lance Massey: lead guitar
Danny Piry: rhythm guitar, vocals
Jay Reyburn: rhythm guitar, vocals
Produced  by Wayne Sterloff 1969

I don’t know who exactly were on the 1969 recording of Why Can’t I Get You except for Gerald Laishley and John Telling. The band lasted several years, having toured with the original BTO group, Brave Belt.

8.   Bruno Gerussi’s Medallion: The One That Got Away (Tom Harrison / Jimmy Walker)*
In Search of the Fourth Chord: WEA 25 64421
Vancouver BC
Jim Elliott, bass
Tom Harrison, percussion, vocals
Bruce Faulkner, drums
Ron Hyslop, guitar
Jimmy Walker, guitar, bass, keys
Produced by Ra McGuire 1989
Recorded by Howard Rissin at Ocean Studios, Vancouver

Bruno Gerussi (7 May 1928 - 21 November 1995)

Named after Beachcombers Bruno Gerussi who played Nick Adonidas and approved of the name, they performed at the Beachcombers wrap party on 4 August 1990 at the Gibsons Curling Rink.

9.   Shari Ulrich: Mad Money (Shari Ulrich / Jean Roussel)
Talk Around Town: MCA Records 5379
Bowen Island, BC
Shari Ulrich: vocal, violin
Mike Baird: drums
Nathan East: bass
Bobby Buchanan: keys
Jane Mortiffe, Nancy Nash: bg vocals
Produced by Claire Lawrence 1982
Recorded by Jeremy Smith & David Schrober at Bill Schnee Sound, Los Angeles
Mixed by Paul Northfield & Robbie Whalen at Le Studio, Morin Heights, QC
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NYC

b. October 17, 1951 (age 65) San Rafael, California

An American-born Juno Award winning musician who relocated to Vancouver when she was 18, performed on the coffeehouse circuit around Vancouver in the early 1970s. In 1973, she met up with Rick Scott and Joe Mock, and together they formed the Pied Pumkin String Ensemble. She was hired by Valdy to be a part of his touring band, The Hometown Band. Later played with Roy Forbes and Bill Henderson in UHF which still does gig occasionally. She’s still out their recording and gigging with lots more still in the tank.

10. The Payolas: Jukebox (Paul Hyde) *
IRS Greatest Hits Vols 2&3: IRS Records SP 70800
Vancouver BC
Bob Rock: guitar
Gary Middleclass: bass
Paul Hyde: guitar, vocals
Taylor Nelson Little: drums
Produced by Bob Rock and Payolas 1980
Compilation produced by IRS 1980
From Illegal Records mini-LP Introducing Payolas (IR 7701)
Recorded at Little Mountain Sound, Vancouver by Bob Rock

One of the most prominent and successful platinum-selling Canadian new wave bands from Vancouver of the early 1980s. Singer Paul Hyde emigrated to Canada from Britian thus giving them that great punk sound.  Lasted from 1978-88

11. The Evaporators: Touch Wood  (The Evaporators) *
Honk The Horn EP: NardWuar Records Cleo II / Mint Records MRS048
Vancouver BC
John Collins: bass, guitar, organ, percussion
Scott Livingstone: drums
Nardwuar the Human Serviette aka John Ruskin: organ, vocal
David Carswell: guitar, vocals
Produced by The Evaporators 2001
Recorded at JC/DC studios by John Collins & David Carswell

Formed in 1986 in Vancouver
Their latest album Ogopogo Punk was released last year, 2016

12. Mother Tucker’s Yellow Duck: Times Are Changing  1969 (McDougal / Law / Caldwell)
Homegrown Stuff (Duck/Capitol) ST-6304
Vancouver, BC
Pat Caldwell: vocals, tambourine, harmonica
Charlie Faulkner: bass, vocals
Roger Law: lead guitar, vocals
Hugh Lockhead: drums
Don McDougall: lead vocals, guitar
Produced by Robin Spurgin - 1969
Recorded at Vancouver Recording Company studios

Like Newfoundland’s “Wonderful Grand Band”, MTYD first got together as a hip theatre group doing skits. Eventually they migrated towards music. Initially, each member had a stage name; one was Mother Tucker and another was Yellow Duck. Being a west coast band they went south along the coast making connections and learning the latest trends in California. They toured with Deep Purple, Alice Cooper, The Yardbirds, and opened the Pacific Colisseum with Cream. Broke up in 1971.

13. The Hi-Fives: Mo-shun (Shori - Papuc - Krashan - Carotenuto)
45 Single bw Fujikami The Warrior: Hitt Records 45-003B
Vancouver BC
Brian "Frosty" Forst (guest vocal)
Harry Walker (lead vocals)
Freddy Carotenuto (saxophone)
Tab Shori (guitar)
Bill Papuc (bass)
Red Lewis (drums)
Produced by Andy Laughland – 1961

These guys were a serious blues band but you wouldn’t know it by the A side of this single, Fujikami The Warrior. They did this song was recorded to back up a local Vancouver DJ Frosty Forst who made the rediculous, if not somewhat racist, warrior noises and shrieks throughout the recording. And this became a local hit in Vancouver, something the band just never got to live down. They made only two records in their 6 year lifespan.

14. The Pacers: I Want You Back (G Danroth / P Griffiths / C Sande / B Hilton)
45 single bw Windjammer: RCA Victor 57-3372
Terrace / Prince George BC
David Wiffen: guitar, vocals
Pat Griffiths, lead vocals and guitar
Carl Sande, guitar
Gary Danroth, bass guitar
Brian Hilton, drums
Produced 1966
Recorded at RCA Studios, Montreal

They toured all they way out to Montréal for Expo '67 but split-up on site due to having their van with all their equipment being stolen while touring in Quebec. Wiffen would then go on to join 3's A Crowd in 1967

15. The Wee Beasties: Something to do With the Weather (The Wee Beasties)
45 single bw Frustration: Caravan CX 100
Richmond BC
Produced by Earle Ross 1967???

16. Painted Ship: I Told Those Little White Lies (William Hay / Bob Rowden)
London) M-17351
Richmond BC
William "The Captain" Hay (vocal)
Bob Rowden (lead guitar)
Barry Rowden (drums)
Ken Wain (organ)
Gary Connor (bass)
Joe Conroy  (guitar)
Produced by Douglas Hawthorne 1966

They were initially called The Wee Beasties in 1965 but later changed the name to The Painted Ship (not to be confused with The Wee-Beasties punk rock band from Denton, Texas formed in 2000). This raises the point: who came first as according to all the data I’ve been able to collect, Painted Ship recorded first followed by the Beasties. Obviously there’s a mistake out there, somewhere, anywhere.

17. Ptarmigan: Vancouver
45 single bw Go Dancing: Columbia 4030
Glen Dias: vocal, sax, reci\order
Dave Field: guitar
Kat Hendrikse: drums
Richard Mayer: bass
Monte Nordstrom: 12 string guitar
Produced by Paul Horn 1973
Recorded at Canbase Studio, Vancouver autumn 1972

Discovered by musician / producer Paul Horn, who produced them at Canbase Studio (later re-named Mushroom Sound) in Vancoauver. Their music perplexed the critics, who couldn't make heads or tails of the acoustic jazz/hippie acid rock blend.

Hour Two – The Blues

1.   Fleetwood Mac: My Heart Beat Like A Hammer (Jeremy Spencer)
Peter Greens Fleetwood Mac: Epic / Blue Horizon BN 26402
London UK
Peter Green, guitar
Jeremy Spencer, slide guitar, vocal
John McVie, bass
Mick Fleetwood, drums
Produced by Mike Vernon 1968
Recorded at CBS Studios, London, November / December 1967

2.   BB King: Caledonia (F Moore)
BB King in London: ABC Records – ABCX-730
Chicago IL
BB King: Lucille, vocal
Jim Price: trumpet
Ollie Mitchell: trumpet
Chuck Findley: trombone
Bobby KeytsP: tenor sax
Bill Perkins: baritone sax, clarinet
Duster Bennett: harmonica
Gary Wright: organ
Rick Wright: electric piano
Peter Green: guitar
Klaus Voorman: bass
Jim Gordon: drums
Produced by Ed Michel and Joe Zagarino 1971
Recorded at Olympic & Command Studios, London by Zags June 9 – 16, 1971

Riley Benjamin King (b Berclair, Mi September 16, 1925 – d. Las Vegas Nv May 14, 2015)

3.   Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Born Under A Bad Sign (B T Jones)
The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw: Elektra EKS 74015
Chicago, IL
Paul Butterfield: Harmonica, vocal
Elvin Bishop: guitar
Mark Naftalin: keys
Bugsy Maugh: bass
Gene Dinwiddie: tenor sax
Dave Sanborne: alto sax
Keith Johnson: trumpet
Produced by John Court   December 1967

Paul Vaughn Butterfield (b. Chicago December 17, 1942 – d. North Hollywood  CA May 4, 1987)
While still recording and performing, Butterfield died in 1987 at age 44 of a heroin overdose.
In 2006, he was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame. Butterfield and the early members of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015.

Elvin Richard Bishop (born Glendale, Ca October 21, 1942)
In 1963 Bishop met harmonica player Paul Butterfield in the neighborhood of Hyde Park and joined Butterfield's blues band, and remained with them for five years.

4.   Hound Dog Taylor: Give Me Back My Wig (Houndog Taylor)
Hound Dog Taylor and the HouseRockers: Aligator Records - AL 4701
Chicago IL
Ted Harvey - drums
Brewer Phillips - Guitar
Theodore Roosevelt "Hound Dog" Taylor - Vocals, Guitar
Produced by Bruce Iglauer 1971
Stu Black - engineer

Theodore Roosevelt "Hound Dog" Taylor b. April 12, 1915 Natchez, MI – d. Chicago December 17, 1975
Recorded live off the floor in just a few hours, this was the first album released on the fledgling Alligator Records label. Most of Hound Dog’s albums were released posthumously. There is no bass player!

5.   Henry Townsend & Yank Rachel: Things Have Changed (Henry Townsend)
Mule: Nighthawk Records 201
St Louis, MO
Henry Townsend, piano, vocals
Yank Rachel, mandolin
Produced by Bob Shoenfeld & Leroy Pierson 1980
Recorded by Steve Fuller at Multi Sound Studios

Henry "Mule" Townsend (b. Shelby, Mi October 27, 1909 – d. September 24, 2006 Mequon, Wi)
James "Yank" Rachell (March 16, 1903 or 1910  Brownsville, Te – April 9, 1997 Indianapolis, In)

Townsend was one of the only artists known to have recorded in nine consecutive decades. He first recorded in 1929, and remained active up to 2006. By the mid 1990s, Townsend and his one-time collaborator Yank Rachell were the only active blues artists whose careers had started in the 1920s. Yank bought his first mandolin at age 8, in a trade for a pig his family had given him to raise. Both made their recording debuts in 1929, Townsend solo and Rachel as a member of the Three J’s Jugband.

On February 10, 2008, Townsend was posthumously awarded a Grammy, his first, at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards.

6.   Valerie Wellington: A Fool For You (Charles / Hill)
The New Bluebloods: Alligator Records 7707
Chicago IL
Valerie Wellington: vocals
John Duich: guitar
Sumito Arioshi: piano
Nick Charles: bass
Brady Williams: drums
Produced by Bruce Iglauer 1987
Recorded by Justin Niebank & Fred Brietberg at Streeterville Studios, Chicago
Mastered by Tom Coyne at Frankford/Wayne, New York City

Valerie Eileen Hall (b. Chicago November 14, 1959 January 2, 1993 Maywood, Il)

Began performing on piano at age 5. In her teens started touring in blues bands and was nominated for a Chicago Blues Award before her first album even came out. Unfortunately, she only recorded 2 albums: Millian Dollar Secret 1984 and Life in the Big City 1991. Wellington died of a cerebral at the age of 33.

7.   King Biscuit Boy: Blue Light Boogie (J.M. Robinson)
Richard Newell aka King Biscuit Boy: Stony Plain Records SPL 1120
Hamilton ON
King Biscuit Boy: vocals, harmonica
Sonny Del Rio: saxes
Dennis Grasely: saxes
John Lewis: guitar
Teddy Joe Brown: piano
Neil Nickafor:  bass
Paul Panchezak: drums
Produced by Andy Grigg & Richard Newell 1988
Recorded & Mixed at Sound Path Studios, Oakville ON by Richard Lightheart

Richard Alfred Newell (March 9, 1944 January 5, 2003)

8.   Powder Blues Band: Buzzard Luck (Winonie Harris)
Uncut: RCA KKLI-03656
Vancouver BC
Tom Lavin: guitar, vocals
Jack Lavin: bass, vocals
Will MacCalder: keys
Duris Maxwell: drums
David Woodward: tenor sax
Produced by Tom Lavin 1979
Recorded by Brian Campbell at Tetrahedron Studios, Vancouver
Mastered at Location Recorders, Los Angeles

Formed in Vancouver in 1978. Its first album Uncut went double platinum in Canada.
The second album Thirsty Ears was similarly popular.

1981 - Juno Award for "Most Promising Group of the Year"
1986 - W. C. Handy Award for Blues, Best Foreign Band

9.   Howlin’ Wolf: Evil (Willie Dixon)
Chester Burnet AKA Howlin’ Wolf: Chess Records – CH 60016-2
Chicago IL
Howlin’ Wolf: vocal, harp
Hubert Sumlin and Jody Williams (guitars)
Otis Spann (piano)
Willie Dixon (double-bass)
Earl Phillips (drums)
Produced by Leonard Chess, Phil Chess, Willie Dixon 1954
Compilation Produced by Chess Records -1981
Recorded at Chess Studios, Chicago

Chester Arthur Burnett (June 10, 1910 White Station, Mi – d. January 10, 1976 Hines, IL)

1991 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1980 Blues Hall of Fame
2012 Memphis Music Hall of Fame
His recording of "Smokestack Lightning" was selected for a Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1999

10. Muddy Waters: Streamline Woman (McKinley Morganfield)
Muddy Mississippi Waters Live: Epic Records – BL 35712
Chicago IL
Muddy Waters: slide guitar, vocal
Willie Smith: drums
Pine Top Perkins: piano
Bob Margolin: guitar
Jerry Portnoy: harp
Calvin Jones: bass
Luther Johnson: guitar
Produced by Johnny Winter 1979
Recorded by Dave Still

McKinley Morganfield (b. Stovall Plantation near Clarksdale, Mi April 4, 1913  – April 30, 1983 Chicago)

In August 1941, Alan Lomax went to Stovall, Mississippi, on behalf of the Library of Congress to record various country blues musicians. "He brought his stuff down and recorded me right in my house," Muddy recalled in Rolling Stone, "and when he played back the first song I sounded just like anybody's records. Man, you don't know how I felt that Saturday afternoon when I heard that voice and it was my own voice. Later on he sent me two copies of the pressing and a check for twenty bucks, and I carried that record up to the corner and put it on the jukebox. Just played it and played it and said, 'I can do it, I can do it.'"

Muddy migrated up to Chicago in 1943, bought his first electric guitar in 1944 and began recording commercially for the Chess Brothers Aristocrat label in ’47.

1980 Blues Foundation Hall of Fame
1987 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1992 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award

11. Al Cromwell: Al’s Blues (Al Cromwell)
Grossmans Live: Spadina Beat Records WRC1-5490
Toronto ON
Al Cromwell: guitar, vocal
Produced by Michael McDonald & Michael Pickett 1987
Recorded by Michael McDonald with Jim Jones, Bob Read, Pat Rush & Cory Turnbull at Grossmans Tavern
Mastered by Pete Norman at McClear Place, Toronto

b. Southville NS - d. 1995, Toronto

Al spent much of his time throughout the 60s and 70s going back and forth between the Villlage in Yorkville and Montreal in the folk community. Al played at the first Mariposa Folk festival in 1961. He was often seen washing store windows on Queen St W in Toronto and made a brief comeback in the 90s.

12. John Mayall’s Blues Breakers: Driving Sideways (Freddy King) 1967
Crusade: London PS 529
London, UK
John Mayall, piano
Mick Taylor, lead guitar
John McVie, bass
Keef Hartley, drums
Chris Mercer, tenor sax
Rip Kant, baritone sax
Produced by Vernon 1967
Recorded at Decca Studios, West Hampstead UK by Gus Dudgeon
Released Sept 1, 1967

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