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December 12, 2018

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March 4, 2018
Frank was one-of-a-kind. He had an indomitable spirit and will be missed. We loved Frank and our thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Godspeed, Frank.
January 22, 2018
the first time I met Frank was in the Summer of 1966 watching a movie that Joel Meltz was showing on the roof of the building I lived in in NYC (5th st. btw. A and B) when he found out I played trombone, he invited me to a rehearsal and after the rehearsal, invited me to play at the gig he was doing at the Lovebeast festival at the East Village Theater. the other groups on the bill were Archie Shepp and Albert Ayler. Frank and I became close friends - I lived with him and Toni in San Francisco in 1967 - the great bassist Henry also lived with us for a time. Frank was trying to get a new band together, but it never quite worked out. The last time I talked to him was when he called me after Toni's death. When I knew him he was passionate about life and passionate about the music. I met many of the people who were important for me in those early years partly through Frank. Marzette, Laurence Cook, Byard Lancaster, Roswell, Jack Gregg, Randy Kaye, Steve Tintweiss...and of course, we had some out times together. Frank was always warm-hearted and giving. My time with him has played an important role in my musical journey. I'm glad that he was on the planet and sorry to hear he's gone.
Marty Cook