August 31, 2014

Cheap Trick - Summerfest, Milwaukee 1987

Last post of the month and to end the Festival specials that have been filling the blog along this August lets welcome Cheap Trick in one of their appearances at the Summerfest, in this case on July 1st 1987.


Sound Quality: 8.5

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01 Intro/Hello There
02 Big Eyes
03 How `bout You
04 Speak Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace
05 California Man
06 Ain't That A Shame
07 On Top Of The World
08 I Can't Take It
09 I Want Be Man
10 The Ballad Of TV Violence (i'm Not The Only Boy)
11 Clock Strikes Ten
12 I Want You To Want Me
13 She's Tight
14 Dream Police
15 Surrender
16 He's A Whore
17 Auf Wiedersehen

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August 29, 2014

Pretenders - Glastonbury Festival, UK 1994

The Pretenders were at the Glastonbury Festival on its 1994 edition and this is an excellent recording from the radio transmission of their show..
On the Festival's setlist there were artists like Manic Street Preachers, The Levellers, Oasis, Johnny Cash, The Lemonheads, Nick Cave, Grant Lee Buffalo, among many others.



Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:  
01 Message Of Love
02 Talk Of The Town
03 Hollywood Perfume
04 Money Talk
05 My City Was Gone
06 Kid
07 I'll Stand By You
08 Back On The Chain Gang
09 Night In My Veins
10 Precious
11 Middle Of The Road

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August 27, 2014

Paris Slim (Franck Goldwasser) Live Waterfront Blues Fest July 3 2014




This could be the festival’s ‘sleeper’ hit blues act, featuring Delta Groove recording artist Franck “Paris Slim” Goldwasser, backed by an allstar band that includes former Robert Cray/Etta James keyboardist Jimmy Pugh and longtime B.B. King band drummer Tony Coleman.
Guitarist Frank "Paris Slim" Goldwasser is no stranger to those who've been paying attention to the West Coast blues scene over the last two decades. Born in Paris, France in 1960, his initial blues inspiration came from Elmore Jamres, B.B. King and T-Bone Walker records. After working his first professional gig at age 21 supporting visiting U.S. bluesman Sonny Rhodes, Rhodes invited him to move to the San Francisco Bay Area. With the commitment of a true believer, Franck packed his bags and  moved to the Bay Area within a year, whereupon he was immediately hired by Troyce Key (who gave him the stage name of Paris Slim)
 to play in the house band at Key's legendary Eli's Mile High Club in Oakland.
Franck eventually assumed leadership of the group while Key took a professional hiatus, and became deeply immersed in the area's then-vibrant blues scene. He racked up three years touring with Jimmy McCracklin, as well as positive reviews for appearances at most of the prominent local venues with a distinguished roster of blues talent including Lowell Fulson, Percy Mayfield and Charlie Musselwhite.

Four years after his first single was issued in 1984 on San Francisco's Backtrack label, his CD debut BLUES FOR ESTHER appeared, a strong outing which received a nomination from the prestigious W.C. Handy Awards. Its follow-up, BLEEDIN' HEART, was co-produced with Joe Louis Walker, who guested along with Sonny Rhodes. An ongoing list of other sessions and frequent European touring  (most prolifically as part of the Fedora Records house band behind Clay Hammond, Jimmy Dawkins, Homesick James and others) followed.
 Relocating to Southern California in 1998, he became a fixture on the vibrant L.A. blues scene, and continued to absorb new influences  and hone his art. His recent CD BLUJU was produced by Randy Chortkoff, and has garnered acclaim as one of the most progressive blues  in years while still remaining firmly rooted in the blues tradition. His association with Chortkoff led to a spot as regularly featured  guitarist in the rotating cast of The Mannish Boys both in the studio and on the road.

Set List
01 Insturmental Opener
02 Paris Slim Intro
03 Sweet Lovin' Mama
04 Unknown
05 Gypsy Goodtime
06 Unknown
07 Let the Goodtimes Roll
08 Le Me Know
09 Stick To Ya Baby

MP3
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August 24, 2014

Curtis Salgado Waterfront Blues Festival Portland, OR. July 6, 2014


 First post here so I hope it looks alright ! 
Bare in mind, I aim to please... but I am not always successful !


Thanks to all that shared these with me so I can now share them with others !
And off course.... thanks to Soundaboard's boss to give me a chance to contribute here !!
I swear  Disco, Hip Hop, Rap and /or German techno will never be posted by me here...
or for that matter, anywhere else ! LOL

Rippin Frog

Sound Quality: 9.5 
SourceSoundboard/radio broadcast


''Triumphant, joyful blues-soaked R&B...
one of the most soulful, honest singers ever"
Blues Revue




                                                                                                                                                                       Award-winning vocalist/songwriter/harmonica icon Curtis Salgado sings and plays with soulful authority, never giving less than 100 percent.
He plays each and every show like it’s the most important gig of his career. He recalls the time when his friend, the great chitlin’ circuit singer Buddy Ace, put on the show of his life, singing his heart out, making three costume changes, all while playing at a casual house party. Salgado was floored. “I was just there playing with my band, hanging out in cut-offs and a t-shirt, and there’s Buddy treating the gig the same as if he was performing at the Apollo,” he says. From that moment on, Curtis vowed that every time he got on stage he would deliver his very best shot.
Salgado effortlessly mixes blues, funk and R&B with a delivery that is raw and heartfelt. He moves with ease from the tenderest ballads to the most full-throated stompers. Blues Revue says, “Salgado is one of the most down-to-earth, soulful, honest singers ever, and his harmonica work is smoking and thoroughly invigorating...rollicking, funky and electrifying.”
With his 2013 Alligator Records debut, Soul Shot, Salgado is reaching the largest audience of his career. The album helped Curtis sweep last year's Blues Music Awards, winning the "B.B. King Entertainer of the Year", "Soul-Blues Male Artist of the Year" and "Soul-Blues Album of the Year" awards.



Track List:

01 Opening Blues (cut in)
02 What You Gonna Do?
03 Nobody But You
04 Bluebird ???
05 Love Comfort Zone >>
06 Love Man
07 Star Bright
08 That Ain't It ???
09 She Didn't Cut Me Loose >>
10 Iko, Iko >>
11 Too Loose
12 20 Years Of BB King
13 Born All Over >>
14 A Woman Or The Blues


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August 22, 2014

Robert Plant - Parkpop Festival, The Hague, Netherlands 1993

A highly enjoyable FM recording with Robert Plant on the tour that supported the album Fate of Nations.
It's dated from June 27 and it was held at the Parkpop '93 festival in The Hague.



Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:  
1 Ramble On
2 29 Palms
3 Thank You
4 Going To California
5 Promised Land
6 Calling To You
7 What Is And What Should Never Be
8 Ship Of Fools
9 Whole Lotta Love

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August 20, 2014

Big Jack Johnson - Live Norwich Chenango Blues Fest 1996

Big Jack Johnson live on 1996 presented by The Rippin' Frog.


One commentator noted that Johnson, along with R. L. Burnside, Paul "Wine" Jones,
Roosevelt "Booba" Barnes and James "Super Chikan" Johnson, were "present-day exponents of an edgier, electrified version  of the raw, uncut Delta blues sound.
In 1962, Johnson joined with Sam Carr and Frank Frost to form The Jelly Roll Kings and The Nighthawks. Johnson's first recordings as a vocalist appeared on the 1979 album Rockin' the Juke Joint Down, on Earwig Music. With Frost as the bandleader, they performed and recorded together for 15 years.
He has recorded both solo and as a member of the blues groups the Jelly Roll Kings and Big Jack Johnson and the Oilers (with poet/musician Dick Lourie). Johnson's album for Earwig, The Oil Man (1987), includes "Catfish Blues."
He performed and wrote "Jack's Blues" and performed "Catfish Medley" with Samuel L. Jackson on the Black Snake Moan film soundtrack. Daddy, When Is Mama Comin Home? (1990) presents social concerns. His last recordings were with the Corn Lickers and delivered some of his best ever work
Johnson died from an undisclosed illness on March 14, 2011.According to family members, he had struggled with health issues in his final years, worsening to the point that there were erroneous reports of his death several times in the weeks prior to his death.
Big Jack was a Blues force  
R.I.P. and welcome to the big band in the sky!

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August 18, 2014

Joan Osborne & The Holmes Brothers - Live Portland Waterfront Blues Fest July 6 2014

Rippin Frog filling up a request here!


Want a good recipe for soul music?

Here’s what you do: Start with vocalist, Joan Osborne, who has had pop music hits, performed on The Grand Old Oprey, toured with members of The Grateful Dead and yet never strayed from her  roots in rhythm ‘n blues music. Now add a good, solid dose of The Holmes Brothers (Sherman Holmes, Wendell Holmes and Popsy Dixon), who have been playing their own unique blend of blues, gospel, soul and R&B since the late 1970’s. Once you have assembled all these ingredients, all you need to do is stand back and listen.

Great soul music will begin to happen instantly, as it did at this year Waterfront Blues Fest
Rippin Frog filling up a request here!

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Set List
01 Amazing Grace
02 Drivin' in the Drivin' Rain
03 It Hurts Me Too
    Enter Joan
04 That's Where It's At
05 Leavin' On That Midnight Train To Georgia
06 My Word Is My Bond
07 Feed My Soul
08 Mongrels
09 Brokedown Palace
10 Game Of Love
11 Man Of Peace
12 One of Us
13 Stayed At The Party


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August 15, 2014

Faith No More - Libourne, France 1990

Another show from a summer festival, here we have Faith No More in concert on August 31, 1990 performing in Libourne, France.


Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Pre-FM

Track List:  
01 From Out Of Nowhere
02 Introduce Yourself
03 The Real Thing / Underwater Love
04 Zombie Eaters
05 Edge Of The World
06 Chinese Arithmetic
07 We Care A Lot
08 Sweet Dreams / Surprise Youre dead
09 Epic
10 Woodpecker From Mars
11 Easy

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August 11, 2014

Gary Clark Jr. - Sesimbra, Portugal 2013

The Texan Gary Clark Jr. is one of the most talented from a recent generation of blues musicians.
This show from July last year was his first presentation in Portugal. Gary has returned last May to play another festival, this time opening for the Rolling Stones.



Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01.When My Train Pulls In
02.Ain't Messin' 'Round
03.Travis County
04.Please Come Home
05.Things Are Changin'
06.Numb
07.Don't Owe You A Thing
08.Bright Lights, Big City

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August 8, 2014

John Nemeth & The Bo-Keys - Live Portland Waterfront Blues Fest July 4 2014

The Rippin' Frog with the last recording from this six-pack from the Waterfront Blues Festival.


John Nemeth & The Bo-Keys
Waterfront Blues Festival
Portland, OR.
July 4, 2014

Enjoy, twofthrs

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Boise, Idaho is hardly the place anyone would conjure up as a hotbed of soul-blues. But for John Németh, it’s where his love for the genre began—and the starting point for a journey that’s  taken him from his first gigs fronting a teenage blues band to five Blues Music Award nominations in 2013. It’s where this preternaturally talented son of a Hungarian immigrant gained his early chops on the harmonica, building on the style of blues heroes like Little Walter and Sonny Boy Williamson.
After logging over 1,000 concerts between 2007 and 2011, Németh released a pair of live solo albums showcasing his 25 most popular songs. Those discs, titled Blues Live and Soul Live, received five  Blues Music Award nominations—the most ever for any live release. They also earned critical acclaim that places Németh in, as Nick Cristiano of the Philadelphia Inquirer put it, “a cadre of young and relatively young artists such as James Hunter, Eli ‘Paperboy’ Reed, and Sharon Jones.”
In early 2013, Németh and his family moved to Memphis. “It is the epicenter for soul and blues,” Németh says. “The wealth of knowledge runs deep in the instincts of its musicians and its studios.” Németh landed in the  perfect place: Electraphonic Studio, home of producer and musician Scott Bomar, who composed the film scores for Hustle & Flow and Black Snake Moan and produced Cyndi Lauper’s Memphis Blues. Backed by the Bo-Keys,  Bomar’s group of veteran Memphis performers who made their names playing with the likes of Al Green, O.V. Wright, Rufus Thomas, and the Bar-Kays, Németh quickly laid down thirteen tracks that, as he describes it, “live in the style  like I live in the style.”
In the early parts of their careers, members of the Bo-Keys performed in B.B. King’s orchestra, anchored the Hi Rhythm Section, nailed the unforgettable intro to “Theme From Shaft,” and survived the plane crash that claimed Otis Redding.
The Bo-Keys features alumni both of Stax Records and Hi Records, plus younger musicians who grew up loving that classic sound.
The band has garnered an Emmy award and a Grammy nomination. The Bo-Keys’ debut effort The Royal Sessions drew raves, and can still be heard in snippets on National Public Radio broadcasts.

Set List
01
I Need More Than One Lifetime (To Love You)
02 Got to Get Back >>
03 Tryin' to Be Nice
04 Her Good Lovin'
05 Sooner Or Later
06 I Can’t Help Myself
07 Testify My Love
08 Bad Luck is My Name
09 Elbows on the Wheel
10 If It Ain’t Broke
11 Do You Really Want That Woman


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August 7, 2014

Frank Bey & Anthony Paule Band - Live Portland Waterfront Blues Fest July 3, 2014

Another one from the Waterfront Blues Festival 2014 shared by The Rippin' Frog.


Frank Bey and Anthony Paule Band
Waterfront Blues Festival
Portland, OR.
July 3, 2014

Another year of WBF recordings. Recorded from KBOO FM in Portland, OR. A great lineup again this year. I was looking forward to Greg Allman's set, but he had to pull out due to sickness. Oh well, I wouldn't have been able to share him here anyway. Seems to be much more DJ talking this year, interrupting some music. I just left it in rather than trying to edit each show. Feel free to make any changes you wish for personal use.

I may need help with some of the set list's as I don't know all the bands.

Enjoy, twofthrs

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The Frank Bey and Anthony Paule Band, eight pieces of soul-blues and musical genius, has been mesmerizing audiences up and down the West Coast since forming in 2006. Two CDs released in 2013 – You Don’t Know Nothing and Soul For Your Blues – have earned the band two Blues Music Award nominations, an invitation to perform at the prestigious awards ceremony, and a cover profile of Bey on Living Blues magazine.
All this well deserved attention has paved the way for two International tours during the summer of 2014. Frank Bey’s hypnotic vocals and Paule’s lofty guitar playing, are energetically supported by, Paul Olguin, bass; Paul Revelli, drums; Tony Lufrano, keyboards; Nancy Wright, saxophone; Steffen Kuehn, trumpet; Mike Rinta, trombone. Dramatic songwriting has The Frank Bey & Anthony Paule Band on a shelf all by itself, but if comparisons need to be made, they would be likened to Bobby Bland, B.B. King, Ray Charles, and Otis Redding.

Set List

01 Still Called The Blues
02 Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby
03 Somebody Else's Baby
04 I'm Leaving You
05 I Don't Know Why
06 Imagine
07 Band Intros
08 Don't Mess With The Monkey
09 Get Your Money Where You Spend Your Time


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August 6, 2014

Andy T Nick Nixon Band feat Anson Funderburgh - Live Portland Waterfront Blues Fest 2014

A recording from July 6, another day of the Waterfront Blues Festival, brought here by The Rippin' Frog.


Andy T & Nick Nixon Band
featuring Anson Funderburgh
Waterfront Blues Festival
Portland, OR.
July 6, 2014

Another year of WBF recordings. Recorded from KBOO FM in Portland, OR. A great lineup again this year.
I was looking forward to Greg Allman's set, but he had to pull out due to sickness. Oh well, I wouldn't
have been able to share him here anyway. Seems to be much more DJ talking this year, interrupting some music.
I just left it in rather than trying to edit each show. Feel free to make any changes you wish for personal use.
I may need help with some of the set list's as I don't know all the bands.
Enjoy, twofthrs


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The blues has a history of great partnerships — an honor roll that includes Delta giants Son House and Willie Brown, Chicago kingpins Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, blues-rock innovators Michael Bloomfield and Al Kooper, Harlem street  musicians Satan and Adam, and modern punk-blues heroes the Black Keys.
Now add Nashville’s Andy T. and James “Nick” Nixon to that venerable list, because the duo’s brand new debut album Drink Drank Drunk is an old-school barn-burner: the kind of disc that blows the dust — and the doors — off the Texas, Chicago, Louisiana, West Coast and deep soul traditions with a rare and vital song-oriented approach.
Andy and Nick’s union began on stage two years ago at the Nashville Blues Society’s regular Sunday night jam, where Andy leads the house band. Given Music City’s population of killer players, Andy was used to sharing the stage with high caliber performers. But when he heard Nick, it was love at first note.
“The first time Nick sang next to me on stage I got goose bumps,” he recalls. “Nick sings like I’d like to able to sing. He’s a really fine guitarist, too, but when Nick steps up to the microphone, the bar is seriously raised for every other musician in the room. His singing inspires me to play guitar at my best.” Andy T and Nick will be joined by the Texas guitar ace, Anson Funderburgh, on Spectacular Sunday, July 6th.

Set List
01 Instrumental
02 Instrumental
03
Baby Right Now
04 I Got A Woman
05 On My Way to Texas
06 Living It Down
07 Drink, Drank< Drunk
08 No End To The Blues
09 Have You Seen My Monkey?


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August 5, 2014

Sugar Ray Rayford - WBF July 5 2014

Sugar Ray Rayford on the Waterfront Blues Festival also from July 5, shared by The Rippin' Frog.


Sugar Ray Rayford
Waterfront Blues Festival
Portland, OR.
July 5, 2014

Another year of WBF recordings. Recorded from KBOO FM in Portland, OR. A great lineup again this year. I was looking forward to Greg Allman's set, but he had to pull out due to sickness. Oh well, I wouldn't have been able to share him here anyway. Seems to be much more DJ talking this year, interrupting some music. I just left it in rather than trying to edit each show. Feel free to make any changes you wish for personal use.
I may need help with some of the set list's as I don't know all the bands.
Enjoy, twofthrs
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Texas born Caron “Sugaray” Rayford began his musical career at the age of seven singing and playing drums in church; that gospel influence is still heard and felt in his music today. Rayford's phrasing  is intimate and conversational with a bit of soulful gravel that hints at first hand experience with hardship. As a boy growing up in Texas, he played a sad game he played with his brothers – a competition that determined who was skinniest by counting the number of belt holes left unused. His mother struggled to raise three boys alone while battling cancer.
"She suffered and we suffered," Rayford says. After his mother's death, the children moved in with their grandmother. “Our lives were a lot better. We ate every day and we were in church every day, which I loved. I grew up in gospel and soul.”

When Sugaray belts out a song, you not only hear it, you feel it. The excitement in the room is palpable when he takes the stage. A superb vocalist and entertainer, his dynamic voice is large, just like the man. At 6’5” he is a big man who moves with almost magical grace and never seems to run out of energy. Ever.
Soon after he was discovered fronting a Los Angeles blues jam in 2011, Sugaray became one of the lead vocalists for the Mannish Boys, and appeared with the all-star group that year at Waterfront. He sang lead vocals on nine songs on Double Dynamite, the Mannish Boys CD that won Best Traditional Blues Album at the 2013 Blues Music Awards. Sugaray’s  first solo CD "Blind Alley" was a self-release in 2010, which garnered critical acclaim. His second solo CD "Dangerous," released last fall, debuted at # 2 on Blues Debut Chart, #6 on the Roots Music Chart and is currently #2 on The Living Blues Chart. In May 2012 Rayford made his stage debut starring in the Tony Award-winning play, “Ain’t Nuthin’ But The Blues”  at Portland Center Stage. He joined members of the New York Broadway cast playing the part previously played by the late Ron  Taylor. It had a 6-week run where every show ended with a standing ovation.Sugaray returns to Portland fronting his own, Los Angeles-based band, a world-class ensemble that includes Geno Matteo on
guitar, an acclaimed front man in his own right.

Set List
01 Cold Sweat
02 Blind Alley
03 Stuck for a Buck
04 Born Under A Bad Sign
05 I Need A Little More Time
06 Drivin' Wheel
07 If You Talk In Your Sleep


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August 4, 2014

Lil' Ed & the Blues Imperials - Live Portland Waterfront Blues Fest 2014

Another by The Rippin Frog from this year's edition of the Waterfront Blues Festival.


Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials
Waterfront Blues Festival
Portland, OR.
July 5, 2014

Another year of WBF recordings. Recorded from KBOO FM in Portland, OR. A great lineup again this year. I was looking forward to Greg Allman's set, but he had to pull out due to sickness. Oh well, I wouldn't have  been able to share him here anyway. Seems to be much more DJ talking this year, interrupting some music. I just left it in rather than trying to edit each show. Feel free to make any changes you wish for personal use.
I may need help with some of the set list's as I don't know all the bands.

Enjoy, twofthrs

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From working at Chicago’s Red Carpet Car Wash to appearing on national television, from gigging at the smallest ghetto blues bars to performing on the biggest international concert stages, master bluesman Lil’ Ed Williams has come a long way. Mixing smoking slide guitar boogies and raw-boned Chicago shuffles with the deepest slow-burners, Lil’ Ed and his blistering Blues Imperials – bassist James “Pookie” Young, guitarist Mike Garrett and drummer Kelly Littleton – deliver the blues, from gloriously riotous and rollicking to intensely emotional and moving. Not since the heyday of Hound Dog Taylor & The HouseRockers has a blues band made such a consistently joyful noise.
Currently celebrating 24 rip-roaring years together, Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials ply their musical talents with skills that have been honed to a razor’s edge. As much a family as a band, Lil’ Ed, Pookie, Mike and Kelly have outlasted sports stars and presidents, musical fads and fashion trends. And together, they continue to make blues history with each and every performance and new recording.
Blues history runs deep through Lil’ Ed’s blood – his uncle and musical mentor (to both Ed and his younger half-brother Pookie) was the great Chicago slide guitarist, songwriter and recording artist J.B. Hutto (author of the only non-original on Jump Start, “If You Change Your Mind”).  According to The Chicago Tribune, “Williams represents one of the few remaining authentic links to pure  Chicago blues.” The Associated Press agrees, stating, “Williams fills Chicago’s biggest shoes with more life and heat than anyone on stage today.”
The band won the prestigious Blues Music Award for Band Of The Year in both 2007 and 2009 and also took home the Best Live Band Award in the 2011 Living Blues Critics’ Poll. Blues Revue said, “Listen and hear how a great blues player can make a guitar weep…Lil’ Ed is a blues master at the top of his game.”

Set List

01 I Need Help
02 Operator ???
03 Icicles In My Meatloaf
04 Mess Around
05 Check My Baby's Oil
06 House Of Cards
07 Unknown
08 Drownin' On Dry Land ???
09 Boogie Chillen



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