excerpt from 'Doggin' around' pp. 34 (91 words)

excerpt from 'Doggin' around' pp. 34 (91 words)

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Doggin' around

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One evening their band gave a recital to the university jazz society.  The front line all blew very hard, grew very red in the face and produced enough noise to fill a small room, while we stomped our feet dutifully. Highly sensitive to the jazz tradition, they asked whether anyone in the audience wanted to sit in. Somebody did. He was a young, dark-haired man, an English student, and he played the trumpet.  His name was Ian Carr and, in the jargon that attends these moments, he blew the roof off.

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