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A Fireside Chat With Bud Shank

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BS: I am not doing much now. We are involved in two moves. We moved from Washington down here and bought a home that didn't work out, and so we had to put it on the market and we bought another house. And we just moved into this one a week ago and so that has pretty much dominated everything, these two moves. As a result, my wife, Linda, who had been taken care of my career, hadn't been on the phone and so I haven't been doing much these last few months, but starting in June, I'm back hard at it.

I am going to Europe again and going back East. I have a whole lot of friends that aren't working too. The weather is marvelous. It is closer to LA. This is much better.


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