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June 28, 2016

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December 5, 2012
I met you and Paul after a concert in 1962 in Framingham, MA. You were introducing Castilian Drums, and the drummer (no need to name him) was delayed on a flight from Chicago. You performed as a trio, which was great, and then Joe showed up after intermission and treated us to that magnificent drum solo, later "enshrined" on the Carnegie Hall album(s)-- which I think of as THE definitive Brubeck recording. My friend and I later bumped into you at a Howard Johnson's, where we'd gone to have a sundae. I blubbered how much I loved your music and how much it meant to my understanding of jazz and music in general. I will miss you... and treasure your music... always.
December 5, 2012
Thank you, thank you, thank you for the music of my life. Now you can join the concert in heaven. Blessings to family.
December 5, 2012
Thank you for the music Mr. Brubeck!
December 5, 2012
On behalf of the Paratore family, we send our sincere sympathies. I know my brothers, Anthony and Joseph will cherish their performances with him, performing his composition "Points on Jazz".

Janice, Marie, Joanne, Anthony, Joseph, and Mom Lilia Paratore
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