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Does anyone know where or if I can get copies of these charts? I know they were on their site years back, but I can't even find the site now. :(

I'd love to be able to use them with some groups.

Thanks for the help guys! Send me a PM, email, or respond to this thread.

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Actually, this is the most latest ensemble due to tough times in booking the full group. But it's nice for the contrabass sax player to get more work.

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PS: I'm a fan of their work and have enjoyed catching them live in SF area in the past
 

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They are a ton of fun to watch. I think I've seen the 4tet picture before, aren't they all sisters?

still looking for sheets to these charts. Anyone have them or know where I could get them?
 

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Still looking! Does anyone have any leads on where to get these sheets at all?
Contact Don Stevens, the contrabass saxophonist and, I believe, leader of the defunct Whales. There's a Don Stevens in Santa Cruz in the directory at anywho.com. I don't know if it is the right guy. If not, it couldn't be too hard to call around to a couple of music stores in that area and track him down. Or contact former member Dale Mills and see what he knows: http://www.dalemillsmusic.com/fr_aboutdalemills.cfm . Dig a little, these guys and gals are (almost) all still around and the worst they can tell you is to buzz off.
 
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