transcriptions of James P. Solos?

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  is this sick James?

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  I'm not sure what your problem is

The clue in Willie "The Lion" Smith does not lead to Stan Getz. You may be all out of order. Willie "The Lion" Smith is the fifth roo...

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You need to use some quotation marks to get the correct spelling.

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