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March 15, 2001 | RICHARD CROMELIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Blues singer John Hammond's career has been all about the nose-to-the-grindstone life of the working musician. But even in this blue-collar context, a little storybook magic has fallen--twice in fact, once at the start and now again some 40 years later. The first time was one of those only-in-L.A. scenes. Hammond, the Greenwich Village-raised son of legendary record producer and talent scout John Hammond Sr.
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March 15, 2001 | RICHARD CROMELIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Blues singer John Hammond's career has been all about the nose-to-the-grindstone life of the working musician. But even in this blue-collar context, a little storybook magic has fallen--twice in fact, once at the start and now again some 40 years later. The first time was one of those only-in-L.A. scenes. Hammond, the Greenwich Village-raised son of legendary record producer and talent scout John Hammond Sr.
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December 23, 2007
IT'S TIME TO MOVE ANYWHERE Former Detroit coach Chuck Daly, above, who won two titles with Isiah Thomas, to the New York Post: "Maybe it's time for him to move upstairs. A lot of places, they don't like the coach, but they go out and compete. It's one thing to get beat by six, eight, 10 points, but to get beat by 25 means you're kind of quitting." AND YOUR QUESTION IS? Utah Coach Jerry Sloan, told one of his players, Gordan Giricek, was frustrated at not playing more: "I'm sure he is."
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