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Horace Silver: Blue Note Records and His Lady Music

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Shortly after, Horace moved to the Palos Verdes Peninsula, down on the southern most point of L.A., overlooking the Pacific. 34 years later, he's now high atop the Malibu Peninsula, L.A.'s northern most point. He's watching the metaphysics of the waves of the blue Pacific and still composing his ever true love---Lady Music; Rockin' With Rachmaninoff (Bop City, 2003) is his latest CD.

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