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    Terrific read about a terrific player.

    Thanks!

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    Enjoyed the interview, thanks! And how bout Sam's t-shirt?! I want one.

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    Great article! Scott is one of my favorite players, whatever he plays is seriously tasteful. It was real nice meeting him and playing a bit on his 39, its a great mandolin.

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    Cool interview. Really like that he's tracked down some history on that '39.

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    Enjoyed the article. Enjoy Scott's picking.

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    Scott a terrific player who seems a very thoughtful, likeable guy and I need to check out his playing on that great ‘39. Classic. Thanks for sharing all the info!

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    Great article, great player, great guy!!

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    The story of Scott's leather case.


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    Please keep the interviews by Michael Eck coming! The Scott Napier interview is another in a series of interesting and rewarding reads. The narrative introduction was informative and very well written and the questions insightful and knowledgeable. It was just plain fun to read; an interview worthy of its great subject.

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    Noting the anniversary of this feature interview.

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    Is Scott Napier releaed to Bill Napier?

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    There´s a video (cassette...) of Larry Sparks playing a concert with Scott Napier. I watched that a long time back while on a tour through the Netherlands in a home that we were invited to. Great memories.

    We need more Scott Napier visibility?

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    It should read: We need more Scott Napier visibility! (no question mark)
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