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June 11, 2011

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Great post, Mitch. I reviewed "What Did I Do?" for the Washington Post when the book came out in December 1992. I loved it -- and the review got me invited to a dinner for Larry Rivers. Arthur Miller was there and Larry kept calling him Artie. Larry loved playing saxophone -- and singing. I believe that at his funeral they played a tape of Larry singing "Everything Happens to Me." -- DL

Thank you for sharing the Larry Livers and Phoebe Regere YouTube video. I liked it and your remarks very much, and I like Phoebe Legere singing You've Changed as it probably had never been sung before or since--go Phoebe!!!

Thought you might like this, too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZgW3AJ4zCg

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