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    Default Re: OK, Isaac

    Yep, wow
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    Mighty fine! If they were getting paid by the note, they might have made a million bucks - each! And all of them right on the money.

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    I love those notes that Derek plays with his eyebrows! isaac’s playing is so clean, smooth and soulful yet relaxed.
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    "I found a new baby" ?
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    Yes Sir! That was great.
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    Sheesh

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    I just yesterday received email announcing a 3-hour Zoom workshop with Isaac the last Saturday in February. Joining for the last hour of the workshop is Jason Anick - should be a great workshop. NFI - but I definitely registered right away.
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