FB: Can we get these albums for the library. AC: Absolutely. I'll donate a complete set of them. FB: Please do that 'cause I think there are some horn players out there, maybe some teachers, who'd love to hear the blend and revive the interest. AC: We do one gig a year at the Lily Pad, that's what we're down to at this point, just for fun and some of our old friends come out and hear it. I would like it to be more. I've done a lot of saxophone improvisation stuff with Charlie Kohlhase and Jim Hobbs and sometimes I get together and do free stuff with multiple horns. Again, Lily Pad, small venues. FB: Well, Allen, we're wrapping this up now but we've covered about half of this list. Maybe we need to do a third one someday. AC: I don't think so. Not immediately. The one thing I would like to say about my career, I have not reached a very high level of visibility but I have gotten to do a lot of very diverse things between playing with Rashied Ali, sax quartet thing in Europe and New England and New York, little bit of film work, being a studio musician, a little playing with older veterans like John LaPorta. Hopefully I'll get to keep doing these things but I've been very wide. It's good fuel for teaching. At least you could say that. FB: Isn't variety the spice of life? AC: It's not good for branding and marketing but it's good for teaching. FB: Bring it to the classroom that's what I say. Thank you so much. This has been a blast. AC: Thank you. Thanks for your interest, I appreciate it. Thanks for asking interesting questions.