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I've had the opportunity to sit in clinics where Rich has taught, and have heard him a number of times live. Not only is he a fun guy to be around, but his approach to solos really is unique. He has several CDs out on the label that Aebersold has with a range of standards to more modern. I was impressed here with his work in more of a big band setting as I had only heard him in small combo settings before. Nice. :cool:
 

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The thing that strikes me the most when I hear Perry's solo on that clip (or any of his stuff) is how he takes the time to DEVELOP his solo. Storytelling through my horn is a concept that I'm constantly practicing and trying to enhance and Rich just does it so easily.

I really want to go to NYC and take a couple lessons with him, but I can't seem to find a way online to get in-touch with him. Does anyone have any ideas?? Thanks.
 
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