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    French horn player Bob Northern, known professionally as Brother Ah, died May 31 at age 86. He released five albums as a bandleader and recorded with Milt Jackson, Gil Evans, Donald Byrd, John Coltrane, Quincy Jones, Cal Tjader, Lalo Schifrin, Freddie Hubbard, Thelonious Monk and other artists. He also hosted a weekly jazz program on WPFW in Washington DC.

    Brother Ah heard the music in everything

    https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/...g-15308446.php

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    Gleason appeared in more than 170 movies and television series including Bruce Almighty, 13 Going On 30, Drillbit Taylor, 12 episodes of The Middleman, four episodes of Will & Grace and three episodes of Desperate Housewives.

    Mary Pat Gleason, A Cinderella Story and Mom actor, dies at 70
    Gleason's impressive list of film credits includes Basic Instinct, The Crucible and Intolerable Cruelty.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/...es-70-n1224111

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    Sweet had four top-ten US hits in the 1970s: Little Willy, Ballroom Blitz, Fox On The Run and Love Is Like Oxygen. With Priest's death, guitarist/keyboardist Andy Scott is now the only surviving original member. Lead singer Brian Connolly died of liver failure in 1997 and drummer Mick Tucker died of leukemia in 2002. The current incarnation of the band is called Andy Scott's Sweet, with Paul Manzi as lead singer.

    Steve Priest, longtime bassist for Sweet, dies at 72

    https://variety.com/2020/music/news/...es-1234625868/

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    Hine was half of the mid-1960s folk duo Rupert & Johnny. They released a version of Paul Simon's The Sounds Of Silence with a young Jimmy Page on guitar. Hine released nine solo albums and three albums as a member of Quantum Jump. He produced albums for Howard Jones, Tina Turner, Chris De Burgh, Stevie Nicks, Suzanne Vega, Duncan Sheik, Rush, the Fixx, the Waterboys and many other artists.

    Producer and songwriter Rupert Hine dead at 72

    https://ultimateclassicrock.com/rupert-hine-dead/

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