FB: I think we're probably coming to the end of this little session.
TE: Do we have to end?
FB: Well we can do another one, we'll do another round. We'll do a second set. Ummm, perhaps we should uhh, just to let people know about the residents that your Harvard University Jazz Band has had in the public sector, or has had for a legacy. Maybe we should name some of the students who've come through your bands who are now out there in the world playing a lot of music.
TE: Well ya know, I need to say jazz, Harvard's not the jazz capital of the world and normally you don't think of students proficient in jazz being a Harvard product. But we've really got intellegent kids there that can excell in whatever they do and we haven't made any of these kids, but I think they're exposure to some of our guest artists and other things have helped them nurture their careers. So some of the Harvard people that are out there playing are Joshua Redman the tenor saxophonist, Don Braden a tenor saxophonist umm, Akira Tonna a drummer, Gerald Harris a bass player...
FB: Gerald Harris yeah.
TE: Gerald Harris, Aaron Goldberg a piano player.
FB: Fabulous. I saw him at the standard last year.
TE: He is terrific. He's played, he played with Josh for a while, now he's got his own trio.
FB: I went to highschool with his dad Freddy who was a trombonist.
TE: I didn't know that. His dad was a trombonist?
TE: I did not know that.
FB: In the classical highschool orchestra. And that how about Sara Lazarus.
TE: Sara, who won the month vocal award about fifteen years ago or so is in France. A wonderful singer. And uhh, she should be better known but uhh, she's ya know maybe as her kids grow up and are out of the house, she might be doing some more touring. But she's a wonderful vocalist who started singing as an undergraduate.
FB: Tom, you've been doing a great job over there for thirty-eight years, keep swinging.
TE: Well, I'll do my best man, thank you.
FB: And uhh, maybe we'll have to do another round of this sometime in the near future.