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Subject: How terribly sad


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Jim Chevallier
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Date Posted: 18:35:59 02/27/02 Wed

I just was listening to Son House and flashed on Dick's offhand, assured singing style, recalled how he had asked to be on my radio show (just before he was invited to join Dave Bromberg's band) and for some silly reason I'd put him off, then (luckily) realized how silly it was and called him back. I still remember his quiet voice on the phone: "Changed your mind, huh?" and the understated way he sang "Ain't that a shame?" on Passim's stage.

So I wondered what he was up to and did a search....

Lovely singer. Lovely guy. Sad to hear he's gone.

Jim Chevallier
North Hollywood, CA
<a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.chezjim.com">http://www.chezjim.com</a>

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