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i john, it s franck from france . i hope you received the cd s ? all the best . franck agulhon
by agulhon franck (france)October 16, 2006 6:38 AM
Hello John, I'm an italian drummer. I studied at Berklee College back in 1983. I' loved your atr of bop drumming, and I just both the other two on amazon. Lerning is a neverending story and you are a great teacher, that really share the experience. Was Bill Stewart a student of yours? I can feel I have something in common. Thanks a lot for everything
by Giovanni Lo Cascio (Rome Italy)October 6, 2006 7:56 AM
I have'nt seen you since 1976 at NTSU. You probably don't remember me, but I took lessons from you then. You were a great inspiration to me. I'm so proud of your career. I went on to play and teach but now I own a business. I'm doing very well at it but I still play, and I love it. I never stop wanting to learn more. Teaching is so much about bringing out what a student has inside and making him believe he can reach high. You did that for me.
by Albert Evans (Garland, Texas)September 30, 2006 8:56 PM
Hi John! I sawyou a few weeks ago in Kansas City at the Blue Room with Bob Bowman and Pat Coile. Very impressive show and awesome groove. I noticed you reading music while playing! That's amazing, I'm trying to get to that point myself but as you know it takes alot of practice. Anyway thanks for a great show an't wait to seeyou back here in Kansas City!
by Dustin Matthew (Harrisonville,MO USA)September 30, 2006 6:26 PM
Hi John! We had a private lesson in Amsterdam during one of your workshops at the conservatory there. I am in New York now for three months. It would be great to have more lessons from you. The first one can be very soon, just let me know via email or 646-785-4739. Thanks and hopefully see you soon, Achim
by Achim Heine (new york)September 18, 2006 9:15 PM
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