ANDREW HILL (Jazz pianist/composer)
Last updated 23 April 2000

Andrew Hill was born June 30, 1937 in Chicago and started playing jazz at age 13, copying the playing of Bud Powell, Thelonius Monk and Art Tatum. His early gigs were with Von Freeman, Wilbur Ware, Johnny Griffin and later with Miles Davis. After a period of woodshedding he formed a trio which backed vocalist Dinah Washington which took him to New York. From there he worked with the Johnny Griffin-Lockjaw Davis Quintet, Al Hibbler, fellow Chicagoan Clifford Jordan, Roland Kirk at the Five Spot, Jackie McLean and Kenny Dorham before signing an exclusive contract with Blue Note. Andrew appeared on two Blue Note sessions firstly with Joe Henderson, then Hank Mobley before leading his own date featuring Henderson on tenor, released as the album Black Fire. A succession of dates as a leader for Blue Note followed until 1971. He then concentrated on composing and gave concert tours throughout the USA via the auspices of the Smithsonian Institute. In 1974 he recorded again on Steeplechase and through being contacted by Michael Cuscuna Andrew did a pair of recordings for the Freedom label. He also recorded three albums for East Wind. In 1978 Andrew recorded an album for the Artists House label which contained a booklet with a fairly complete recording discography. In the album notes Andrew lamented the difficulties he was having with his music and career in the then current music environment. Andrew recorded 2 more albums in 1980 and 2 in 1986 for Italy's Soul Note label before he returned to Blue Note for an album
in 1989. It was late in that year that his wife died from cancer. Another Blue Note session followed in 1990. Since then Andrew has recorded some sideman dates including a session for Reggie Workman that saw him working with former Blue Note labelmate Sam Rivers. 1995 saw the release of a box set of Andrew's Blue Note albums which has hopefully re-vitalised interest in his recordings. Andrews is widely considered as a most important jazz pianist and composer.

Contributions, corrections and any suggestions are welcome. 

Dave Shipp
Romping/Let's Live
Vee Jay 145 - 45 r.p.m.
Rec. Nov 1954
Dave Shipp (b), Melvin Moore (tp), Porter Kilbert (as/ts), Andrew Hill (p), William Hobbs (d)

Andrew Hill
Mal's Blues (Andrew Hill)/Dot (Andrew Hill)
Ping 1002 - 45 & 78 r.p.m. versions
Rec. c.1955
Leroy Jackson (b), Wilbur Campbell (d)

Notes: Mal's Blues named for Malachi Favors

Andrew Hill
After Dark (Von Freeman)/Down Patrick
Ping 1003 - 45 & 78 r.p.m. versions
Rec. c.1955
Von Freeman (ts), Pat Patrick (bs), ?Leroy Jackson or Malachi Favors (b), Wilbur Campbell (d)

Clifford Scott
Rec. July 8, 1958, Chicago
Bob Bryant (tp), Clifford Scott (ts, fl), Andrew Hill (p), Wilbur Wynne (g), Malachi Favors (b), Earl Thomas (d)

Good Gosh          KING 5145
Eastwood Blues   unissued ?
Cuban Echoes      KING 5145
Tossed Salad       KING 5836 

Andrew Hill
So In Love With The Sound of Andrew Hill
Warwick W2002 (LP); TCB 1007 (LP, 197?); Fresh Sound FSR-653 (LP, 198?)
Rec. 1959
Malachi Favors (b), James Slaughter (d)

So in Love (Cole Porter)
Chiconga (Andrew Hill-M.Craft)
Body and Soul (Johnny Green)
Old Devil Moon (Burton Lane)
Spring Is Here (Richard Rodgers)
Penthouse Party (Andrew Hill - M.Craft)
That's All (Haymes-Brandt)
Good Time Soul

Notes: Andrew says this was recorded in 1959, the Artist's House discography says 1955. The TCB re-issue has overdubbed strings on some tracks.

Johnny Hartman/Andrew Hill
Sittin' In With Johnny Hartman & the Andrew Hill Trio
VGM 0011
Rec. live Summer 1961 at Jorgie's Jazz Club, Gas Light Square

Side A
Somebody Loves Me
Stella By Starlight
Andrew Grooves I (actually In Your Own Sweet Way)
Side B
You Came A Long Way From St. Louis
Andrew Grooves II (actually Birk's Works)

Notes: pirate recording. Hartman does not sing on tracks 3 & 6. Although labelled as above the pressing actually has tracks 1-5 on Side A and (repeated) tracks 4,5,6,1 & 2 on Side B

Roland Kirk
Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, R.I. July 2, 1962
Roland Kirk (ts/strich/manzello/fl), Andrew Hill (p), Vernon Martin (b), Clifford Jarvis (d)

introduction by Willis Conover
introduction by Roland Kirk

Three for the Festival (unissued)
Nice 'n Easy (unissued)
Domino (unissued)
Fat Man, Please Get Thin (unissued)
The Confusions of a Madman (unissued)
Three-in-One Without the Oil (unissued)
A Stritch in Time*

??Untitled Blues (unissued)

Notes: *released on a special 11th bonus CD (Mercury 878 052-2) enclosed in the Mercury 10 CD box set below

Roland Kirk
LP Mercury MG209748/SR60748; CD Mercury 846 630 (included in 10 CD box The Complete Mercury Recordings)
Rec. Sep 6, 1962 at Ter-Mar Studios, Chicago
Roland Kirk (ts/strich/manzello/fl), Andrew Hill (p. celeste), Vernon Martin (b), Henry Duncan (d)

Meeting On Termini's Corner (Roland Kirk)
Domino (Louis Ferrari/Don Raye/Jacques Plante)
Time (Richard Powell)
3-in-1 Without The Oil (Roland Kirk)
A Strith In Time (Roland Kirk)
Lament (J.J. Johnson)

Walt Dickerson
To My Queen
New Jazz LP8283; Fantasy OJCCD-1880-2
Rec. September 21, 1962 at Van Gelder Studios, Engelwood Cliffs, NJ
Walt Dickerson (vib), George Tucker (b), Andrew Hill (p), Andrew Cyrille (d)

To My Queen (Walt Dickerson)
How Deep Is The Ocean (Irving Berlin)
God Bless The Child*

Notes: *Andrew Hill does not appear on the last track which is a Dickerson/Tucker duet

Jimmy Woods
Contemporary S7612
Rec. Mar 1963
Jimmy Woods (as), Carmell Jones (tp), Harold Land (ts), Andrew Hill (p), George Tucker (b)

Coming Home
Apart Together
Look to Your Heart

Joe Henderson
Our Thing
Blue Note BST 84152
Rec. Sep 9, 1963 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Joe Henderson (ts), Kenny Dorham (tp), Andrew Hill (p), Eddie Khan (b), Pete LaRoca (d)

Tetter Totter
Our Thing
Back Road
Pedro's Time
Teeter Totter (alt tk)

Hank Mobley
No Room For Squares
Blue Note BST 84149
Rec. Rec. Oct 2, 1963 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Hank Mobley (ts), Lee Morgan (tp), Andrew Hill (p), John Ore (b), Philly Joe Jones (d)

No Room For Squares (Hank Mobley)
Three Way Split (Hank Mobley)
Me 'N' You (Lee Morgan)
Carolyn (Lee Morgan)
Comin' Back* (Hank Mobley)
Syrup and Biscuits* (Hank Mobley)
No Room For Squares (alt tk)*
Carolyn (alt tk)*

Notes: *songs from the session which first appeared on the CD re-issue

Andrew Hill
Black Fire
Blue Note BST 84151
Rec. Nov 8, 1963 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Joe Henderson ts, Richard Davis b, Roy Haynes d

Black Fire
Tired Trade
McNeil Island
Land of Nod
Pumpkin (alt tk)
Black Fire (alt tk)

Notes: the CD re-issued contains the two alternate takes from the session

Andrew Hill
Smoke Stack
LP Blue Note BST 84160; CD Blue Note CDP 8 32097 2 (1995)
Rec. 13 Dec 1963 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Richard Davis b, Eddie Khan b, Roy Haynes d

Smoke Stack (Andrew Hill)
The Day After (Andrew Hill)
Wailing Wall (Andrew Hill)
Ode To Von (Andrew Hill)
Not So (Andrew Hill)
Verne (Andrew Hill)
30 Pier Avenue (Andrew Hill)
Smoke Stack (alt tk)
The Day After (alt tk)
Ode To Von (alt tk)
Not So (alt tk)

Notes: the CD re-issue in the Blue Note Connoisseur Series contains the four alternate takes listed

Andrew Hill
Blue Note BST 84159
Rec. Jan 8, 1964 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Bobby Hutcherson vib, Richard Davis b, Elvin Jones d

Flea Flop
Siete Ocho
Yokada, Yokada
Yokada, Yokada (alt tk)

Notes: the CD re-issue contains the alternate take from the session

Andrew Hill
Point of Departure
LP - Blue Note BST84167; CD - Blue Note 84167 (1989); CD - Blue Note 99007 (re-mastered) (1999)
Rec. March 21, 1964 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Kenny Dorham tp, Eric Dolphy as/fl/b cl, Joe Henderson ts, Richard Davis b, Anthony Williams d

New Monastery
Flight 19
Dedication (alt tk)*
Flight 19 (alt tk)*
New Monastery (alt tk)**

Notes: the CD re-issue contains 2 alternate takes* from the session*; the Mosaic box set contains these plus another previously unissued take**

Andrew Hill
Blue Note BST 84203
Rec. June 25, 1964 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
John Gilmore ts, b cl, Bobby Hutcherson vib, Richard Davis b, Joe Chambers d

Black Monday
The Griots
Le Serpent Qui Danse
No Doubt
Symmetry (alt tk)
The Griots (alt tk)

Notes: the alternate takes were first issued in the Mosaic box set

Andrew Hill
One For One
2 LP Set Blue Note BN-LA459-H2
Rec. Feb 10, 1965 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Joe Henderson ts, Freddie Hubbard tp, Richard Davis b, Joe Chambers d

Euterpe (Intuition)
Calliope (Deception)
Pax (Image of Time)
Eris (Heritage)
Euterpe (alt tk)*

Rec. Feb 10, 1965 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Richard Davis b, Joe Chambers d

Erato (Moon Chile)
Root 'N Herbs**

Benny Maupin ts/fl on#, Ron Carter b, Mickey Roker d, Sanford Allen v, Selwart Clarke viola, Al Brown viola, Kermit Moore cello, dir
Rec. August 1, 1969 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Not So (rejected)
Soulmate (rejected)

Rec. January 16, 1970 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

One for One
Diddy Wah
untitled (rejected)

Charles Tolliver tp, Pat Patricks as/fl/bs, Bennie Maupin fl/ts/bass cl, Ron Carter b, Ben Riley d
Rec. January 23, 1970 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Without Malice
Satin Lady (rejected)
Ocho Rios (rejected)
Ode To Infinity (rejected)

Notes: the alternate take* and new song** were first issued in the Mosaic box set

Bobby Hutcherson
LP - Blue Note BST 84198; CD - Blue Note CDP 7 46537 2
Rec. April 3, 1965 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Bobby Hutcherson vib/marimba, Freddie Hubbard tp, Sam Rivers fl/as/ts/bass cl, Andrew Hill p, Richard Davis b, Joe Chambers d

Catta (Andrew Hill)
Idle While (Joe Chambers)
Les Noirs Marchent (Andrew Hill)
Dialogue (Joe Chambers)
Ghetto Lights (Andrew Hill)

Notes: *released on BN LT 996; all songs appear on CD re-issue

Andrew Hill
Blue Note BST 84217
Rec. Oct 8, 1965 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Freddie Hubbard tp, John Gilmore ts/bass cl, Cecil McBee b, Richard Davis b, Joe Chambers d, Nedi Qamar African d/African Thumb p, Renaud Simmons conga


Andrew Hill
The Complete Andrew Hill Blue Note Sessions (1963-1966)
LP Mosaic MQ10-161; CD Mosaic MD7-161

Notes: this box set contains all the material on the albums Black Fire, Smokestack, Judgement, Point of Departure, Andrew! and Compulsion as well as
the two 1965 sessions from One For One and one session released later under Sam Rivers name on Involution plus 15 alternate takes and an unheard composition. 

Sam Rivers
Blue Note BN-LA453-H2
Rec. March 7, 1966 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Sam Rivers ts, Andrew Hill p, Walter Booker b, J.C. Moses d

Violence (alt tk)
Desire (alt tk)

Notes: this Andrew Hill session although from 1966, first appeared on a 1975 Sam Rivers double album; the 2 alternate takes appear for the first time in the
Mosaic box set

Andrew Hill
Rec. April 19, 1968 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Woody Shaw tp, Frank Mitchell ts, Andrew Hill p, Jimmy Ponder g, Reggie Workman b, Idris Muhammad d

Soul Special (Andrew Hill) 8:50*
Bayou Red (rejected tk)
Venture Inward (unissued tk)
Unknown Title (unissued tk)
Love Nocturne (unissued tk)

Notes: * was eventually issued on Blue Note Rare Grooves Blue Note 835636 1 (2LP, 1996) and 8356362 (CD, 1996)

Andrew Hill
Grass Roots
Blue Note BST 84303
Rec. August 5, 1968 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Lee Morgan tp, Booker Ervin ts, Ron Carter b, Freddie Watts d

Grass Roots
Venture Inward
Bayou Red
Soul Special

CD - Blue Note (release date 15 Feb 2000)

Grass Roots
Venture Inward
Soul Special
Bayou Red
Venture Inward (First version)
Soul Special (First version)
Bayou Red (First version)
Love Nocturne

Andrew Hill
Dance With Death
Blue Note LT-1030
Rec. October 11, 1968 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Joe Farrell ts/ss, Charles Toliver tpt, Victor Sproles b, Billy Higgins d

Yellow Violet
Dance With Death
Fish 'n' Rice
Love Nocturne
Black Sabbath
Dance With Death (unissued tk)

Andrew Hill
Lift Every Voice
Blue Note BST 84330
Rec. May 16, 1969 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Woody Shaw tp, Carlos Garnett ts, Richard Davis b, Freddie Waits ds
vocals by: Lawrence Marshall, La Reine La Mar, Gail E Nelson, Joan Johnson, Benjamin Franklin Carter, Antenett Goodman Ray, and Ron Steward;
Lawrence Marshall conductor

Two Lullabies
Hey Hey
Ghetto Lights
Love Chant
Lift Every Voice

Andrew Hill
Rec. March 6, 1970 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Lee Morgan tp, Bennie Maupin ts, Ron Carter b, Ben Riley d
choir: Larry Marshall, Gail Nelson, Lillian Williams, Ben Carter, Hugh Harnell, Joan Johnson, Milt Grayson, LaReine LaMer, Ron Steward (vo)

Blue Spark (unissued)
A Tender Tale (unissued)
Drew's Tune (unissued) 

Andrew Hill
Rec. March 13, 1970 at Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Lee Morgan tp, Bennie Maupin ts, Ron Carter b, Ben Riley d
choir: Larry Marshall, Gail Nelson, Lillian Williams, Ben Carter, Hugh Harnell, Joan Johnson, Milt Grayson, LaReine LaMer, Ron Steward (vo)

Natural Spirit (unissued)
Such It Is (unissued)
Mother Macy (unissued) 

Andrew Hill
Steeplechase SCS1026
Rec. Oct 17, 1974 at Minot Studio
Chris White b, Art Lewis d

Catfish (Andrew Hill)
Lost No More (Andrew Hill)
Morning Flower (Andrew Hill)
Invitation (Bronislaw Kaper)
Laverne (Andrew Hill)
Little John (Andrew Hill)
Catfish (alt tk)*

Note: *altertnate take on CD issue only

Andrew Hill
LP Arista/Freedom AL1007 (1975); CD Freedom FLP 41007
Rec. Dec 20, 1974 & Jan 20, 1975 at C.I. Recording Studios, N.Y.C.
Lee Konitz ss/as/ts, Ted Curson tp, Robin Kenyatta as, Stafford James b, Cecil McBee b, Art Lewis d, Barry Altshul d

Tomorrow (Andrew Hill)
Laverne (Andrew Hill)
The Message (Andrew Hill)
Invitation (P.F. Webster & Kaper)
Today (Andrew Hill)
Spiral (Andrew Hill)
Quiet Dawn (Andrew Hill)

Notes: CD cover incorrectly states live in Montreux

Andrew Hill
Blue Black
East Wind EW8029
Rec. February 26, 1975
Jimmy Vass ss/as/fl, Chris White b, Leroy Williams d

Golden Spook
Mist Flower
Blue Black
One For

Andrew Hill
East Wind EW8017
Rec. May 19 & 20, July 31, 1975 at Vanguard Studio, N.Y.C.
Andrew Hill p

East 9th Street (Andrew Hill)
Naked Spirit (Andrew Hill)
Insanity Riff (Andrew Hill)
Sophisticated Lady (Duke Ellington)
Clayton Gone (Andrew Hill)
Vision (Andrew Hill)
Rambling (Andrew Hill)

Andrew Hill
Divine Revelation
LP Steeplechase SCS 1044; CD Steeplechase SCS 31004 (1995)
Rec. July 10, 1975 at C. I. Recording Studios, N.Y.C.
Jimmy Vass ss/as/fl, Chris White b, Leroy Williams d

Snake Hip Waltz (Andrew Hill)
Here's That Rainy Day (Jimmy Van Heusen)
East 9th Street (Andrew Hill)
July 10th (Andrew Hill)
Divine Revelation (Andrew Hill)
July 10th (alt tk)*

Notes: *the alternate take appears on the CD issue only

Andrew Hill
Live At Montreux
LP Arista/Freedom AL1023; CD Freedom FCD 41023
Rec. July 20, 1975 at the Montreux Jazz Festival
Andrew Hill p

Snake Hip Waltz (Andrew Hill)
Nefertitis (Andrew Hill)
Come Sunday (Duke Ellington)
Relativity (Andrew Hill)

Andrew Hill
LP East Wind IC 6022;
Rec. January 25, 1976
Richard Davis b, Roger Blank d

Blue Black (Andrew Hill)
Relativity (Andrew Hill)
Nefertiti (Andrew Hill)
Hattie (Andrew Hill)
Mudflower (Andrew Hill)
Unnatural Man (Andrew Hill)

Andrew Hill
From California With Love
Artists House AH9
Rec. October 12, 1978 at Berkeley, California
Andrew Hill p

From California With Love (Andrew Hill)
Reverend DuBop (Andrew Hill)

Andrew Hill
Faces of Hope
Soul Note SN 1010
Rec. June 13 & 14, 1980 at Barigozzi Studio, Milan

Rob It Mohe (Andrew Hill)
Ceora (Lee Morgan)
Bayside 1 (Andrew Hill)
Bayside 2 (Andrew Hill)

Andrew Hill
Strange Seranade
Soul Note SN 1013
Rec. June 13 & 14, 1980 at Barigozzi Studio, Milan
Alan Silva b, Freddie Waits perc

Mist Flower (Andrew Hill)
Strange Serenade (Andrew Hill)
Reunion (Andrew Hill)
Andrew (Laverne Hill)

Andrew Hill
Verona Rag
Soul Note 1110
Rec. July 5, 1986 at Jingle Machine Studios, Milan
Andrew Hill p

Retrospect (Andrew Hill)
Darn That Dream (Jimmy Van Heusen)
Verona Rag (Andrew Hill)
Tinkering (Andrew Hill)
Afternoon In Paris (John Lewis)

Andrew Hill Trio and Quartet
Soul Note 1113 (1987)
Rec. July 3 & 4, 1986 at Barigozzi Studio, Milano
Clifford Jordan ts, Rufus Reid b, Ben Riley d

Monk's Glimpse (Andrew Hill)
Tripping (Andrew Hill)
Chilly Mac (Andrew Hill)
Ball Square (Andrew Hill)
Domani (Andrew Hill)
La Verne (Andrew Hill)

Various Artists incl. Andrew Hill Quartet
Verona Jazz
Nettle NTL 001 (1986)
Rec. July 2, 1986 at the Verona Jazz Festival
Clifford Jordan (ts), Rufus Reid (b), Ben Riley (d)

Song 3: Tripping (A.Hill) (6:36)

Notes: the Hill Quartet appear on one track only. This compilation which was issued with the Italian jazz magazine "Musica Jazz", issue no. 6/96 for June.
The CD contains further unissued live recordings from the Verona Jazz festivals 1980-94, including Ornette Coleman, Bill Dixon, Buell Neidlinger, John Zorn,
Chico Hamilton, Don Byron, Yusef Lateef and Butch Morris.

Andrew Hill
Eternal Spirit
CD - Blue Note CDP 7 92051 2
Rec. January 30 & 31, 1989
Bobby Hutcherson (vib), Greg Osby (as), Rufus Reid (b), Ben Riley (d)

Pinnacle (Andrew Hill)
Golden Sunset (Andrew Hill)
Samba Rasta (Andrew Hill)
Tail Feather (Andrew Hill)
Spiritual Lover (Andrew Hill)
Bobby's Tune (Andrew Hill)
Pinnacle (alt tk)
Golden Sunset (alt tk)
Spiritual Lover (alt tk)

Notes: the three alternate takes are only available on the CD version

Andrew Hill
But Not Farewell
Blue Note CDP 7 94971 2 (1991)
Rec. Jul 12 & 13 Jul and Sep 16 1990 at Clinton Recording Studios, NYC
Greg Osby (as/ss), Robin Eubanks (tb), Lonnie Plaxico (b), Cecil Brooks III (d)

Westbury (Andrew Hill)
But Not Farewell (Andrew Hill)
Nicodemus (Andrew Hill)
Georgia Ham (Andrew Hill)
Friends (Andrew Hill)
Sunnyside (Andrew Hill)
Gone (Andrew Hill)

Russell Baba
Earth Prayer
Ruba Music
Rec. 1992
Russell Baba (as), Andrew Hill (p), Dan Sholute (b), Akbar Depriest (d)

Duality Dance
Earth Prayer
Whose Ancestors
Sparkle Blue
Peace Prayer

Reggie Workman
Summit Conference
CD - Postcards POST1003 (1994)
Rec. December 5 & 6, 1993 at Kampo Audio, N.Y.C.
Reggie Workman (b), Sam Rivers (ts/ss/fl), Andrew Hill (p), Pheeroan akLaff (d)

Encounter (John Carter)
Estelle's Theme (Reggie Workman)
Conversation (Sonelius Smith)
Meteor (Sam Rivers)
Solace (Sam Rivers)
Summit Conference (Reggie Workman)
Breath (Julian Priester)
Gone (Andrew Hill)

Andrew Hill
Les Trinitaires
CD - Jazz Friends Productions JFP 002
Recorded live on February 10 & 11, 1998 in Metz, France
Andrew Hill (p)

What's New
Little Spain
Dusk (take 1)
Dusk (take 2)
I'll Be Seeing You

Andrew Hill
CD - Palmetto (to be released 14 Mar 2000)

Thanks for helpful input received from Robert Campbell, Jack Woker, Luca Conti and Alex Simpson and via the newsgroup from Henry Loess.  Also thankyou to Cathy Austin, Robert Stubenrauch and Michael Fitzgerald (I recommend you check out Michael's jazz site for other artist's discographies at

Information for this site was extracted from the discography in the booklet enclosed with the 1978 Artists House LP From California With Love, the booklet
from the Complete Mercury Recordings of Roland Kirk CD box set, Michael Cuscuna and Michel Ruppli's "The Blue Note Label: A Discography" and
Michael Cuscuna's booklet accompanying Mosaic's The Complete Andrew Hill Sessions CD box set as well as liner notes from various albums.

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