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Joe DeRenzo: On the Comeback

Read "Joe DeRenzo: On the Comeback" reviewed by Walter Kolosky

You might say that jazz drummer Joe DeRenzo has a history of vocational commitment problems. After all, he has successfully pursued several careers and then abruptly left them behind. He was an up-and-coming pro drummer in fusion's heyday. He then left the music business to become an actor and was once offered help by a future Oscar winner!

He then became obsessed with a very unique and strange-looking camera he came across. He saw it as ...