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One Question Interviews: Real Numbers

Eli Hansen (Real Numbers/Three Dimensional Records)

SPB: Who is your favorite pre-1960s artist?

Hansen: I'll have to go with Chuck Berry... but it's not easy picking a favorite from the BIG THREE: Chuck, Little & Bo.

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