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Visit our website at www.aussiehoopla.com for in depth analysis of Aussie Basketball. Each episode features interviews with current Aussie basketball stars, Australian Boomers playing overseas and legends of the NBL.

    Trevor Torrance (Perth Wildcats) on Ben Simmons and Liz Cambage's emotional intelligence and mental health

    Trevor Torrance (Perth Wildcats) on Ben Simmons and Liz Cambage's emotional intelligence and mental health

    Former Wildcats star Trevor Torrence was a part of Perth's first NBL championships (1990-91) and he joins us on the show to discuss his playing career and how he has transitioned to working with corporations and elite sporting teams in the area of emotional intelligence (EI) with Genos International.
    Ben Palmer, the CEO of Genos International also joins the discussion to shares insights into the success Genos International has had working with the Phoenix Suns in the NBA and how the Suns credit the Australian developed program as an integral part of this 2021 success and NBA Finals appearance.
    Torrance played in 11 NBL seasons with Perth and Gold Coast. He played in 305 NBL games and averaged 9 points and 3 rebounds per game.
    Topics include...




    Emotional Intelligence (EI), what it is and how it helped the Phoenix Suns reach the NBA Finals (2:00) The Boomers culture and the EI strengths it is built around (9:30) How basketball in the 1990s was void of emotional intelligence and how it would have made a difference to the careers of NBL players (12:30) Specific examples of the way the Phoenix Suns changed the behaviour of the players and staff to optimise communication and improve emotional intelligence (17:00) Ben Simmons mental health challenges after the 2021 playoffs and where emotional intelligence is a critical component (22:00) Negative social media and its impact on elite athletes (30:00) How Perth Wildcats 1990-91 championship teams developed a raw version of emotional intelligence and how it made them successful in the 1990s and set the foundation for the club as it is today (32:00) Firing the coach of an underperforming team to create change, is it always the best solution (34:00) How NBA teams developing their EI within their programs is akin to the focus on analytics 10 years ago (40:00) Visit dunk.com.au for your next set of basketball uniforms.












    Listen to our previous interviews with the biggest stars in Australian Basketball, head to Aussiehoopla.com. Check out previous podcasts featuring;
    Australian Basketball Legends - Luc Longley, Andrew Gaze, Shane Heal, Mark Bradtke, Leroy Loggins, David Andersen, Andrew Vlahov, Phil Smyth, CJ Bruton, Chris Anstey, Brett Maher, John Rillie, Tony Ronaldson, Damian Martin
    Current NBL Stars - Jack White, Dejan Vasiljevic, AJ Ogilvy, Daniel Kickert, Thomas Abercrombie, Jason Cadee, Bryce Cotton, Chris Goulding, Mitch McCarron, Cam Gliddon, Anthony Drmic, Brad Newley
    Our Finest Coaching Minds - Brian Goorjian, Barry Barnes, Joey Wright, Adrian Hurley, Aaron Fearne, Rob Beveridge, Ian Stacker, Shawn Dennis, Dean Vickerman, Trevor Gleeson, Lindsey Gaze, Ken Cole, Will Weaver, Bruce Palmer
    NBA Stars Past & Present - Andrew Bogut, Matthew Dellavedova, Stephen Jackson, Randy Livingston, Torrey Craig, Acie Earl, Josh Childress, Reggie Smith, Todd Lichti, Ryan Broekhoff, Doug Overton, Donald Sloan
    The NBL's Greatest Imports - Darryl McDonald, Ricky Grace, Derek Rucker, Leon Trimmingham, Scott Fisher, Lanard Copeland, Mike Mitchell, Darnell Mee, Isaac Burton, Adonis Jordan, Shawn Redhage, Willie Farley, Al Green, Corey "Homicide" Williams, Andre Moore, Steve Woodberry, Gary Ervin, Ebi Ere, Doug Overton, Kevin Lisch
    And the men who run things - Larry Kestelman, Mal Speed, Paul Maley, Vince Crivelli, Jeremy Loeliger, Chuck Harmison, Jeff Van Groningen, Bob Turner
    All that and much more.
    Follow @AussieHoopla on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or email us at info@aussiehoopla.com

    • 46 min
    Gary Ervin (2011 NBL MVP) on his NBL career, Arkansas University and playing with Lebron

    Gary Ervin (2011 NBL MVP) on his NBL career, Arkansas University and playing with Lebron

    Gary Ervin joins Dan Boyce on another episode of Aussie Hoopla to walk through his basketball journey and share memories of his time playing in the NBL.
    Ervin was the NBL's Most Valuable Player for the 2010–11 NBL season after racking up 20.1 points, 3.4 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game playing for the Wollongong Hawks.
    Ervin also spent time with the Townsville Crocodiles and Adelaide 36ers.
    Ervin played 112 games in the NBL over four seasons and averaged 16.7 points, 3.5 rebounds and 4.3 assists.
    Topics include...




    Gary Ervin on what he's been up to since leaving Australia (2:00) New York basketball and the night Ervin scored 30 points in 3 minutes (3:30) Playing in the Jordan Classic with LeBron James and Chris Paul  (7:00) College basketball with Mississippi State and Arkansas (9:30) The NBA Draft experience (16:00) The G-League and fighting for an NBA spot (19:00) Finding his way to Australia and the Wollongong Hawks (22:00) Why he loves Australia and his comparing his other experiences playing overseas (28:00) Why he wishes he planned his career like Bryce Cotton (30:00) An up and down season with the Townsville Crocodiles (31:30) The championship that could have been with the Adelaide 36ers (37:00) Narrowly losing to the Perth Wildcats in the Grand Final (43:00) A return to Wollongong to wrap up his NBL career (45:30) Deciding to retire (47:30) Information on a Gary Ervin documentary coming out (49:00) What teams and players Gary loved to play against while in the NBL (51:00) Highlights and learnings from a career as a professional basketball (58:00) Visit dunk.com.au for your next set of basketball uniforms.












    Listen to our previous interviews with the biggest stars in Australian Basketball, head to Aussiehoopla.com. Check out previous podcasts featuring;
    Australian Basketball Legends - Luc Longley, Andrew Gaze, Shane Heal, Mark Bradtke, Leroy Loggins, David Andersen, Andrew Vlahov, Phil Smyth, CJ Bruton, Chris Anstey, Brett Maher, John Rillie, Tony Ronaldson, Damian Martin
    Current NBL Stars - Jack White, Dejan Vasiljevic, AJ Ogilvy, Daniel Kickert, Thomas Abercrombie, Jason Cadee, Bryce Cotton, Chris Goulding, Mitch McCarron, Cam Gliddon, Anthony Drmic, Brad Newley
    Our Finest Coaching Minds - Brian Goorjian, Barry Barnes, Joey Wright, Adrian Hurley, Aaron Fearne, Rob Beveridge, Ian Stacker, Shawn Dennis, Dean Vickerman, Trevor Gleeson, Lindsey Gaze, Ken Cole, Will Weaver, Bruce Palmer
    NBA Stars Past & Present - Andrew Bogut, Matthew Dellavedova, Stephen Jackson, Randy Livingston, Torrey Craig, Acie Earl, Josh Childress, Reggie Smith, Todd Lichti, Ryan Broekhoff, Doug Overton, Donald Sloan
    The NBL's Greatest Imports - Darryl McDonald, Ricky Grace, Derek Rucker, Leon Trimmingham, Scott Fisher, Lanard Copeland, Mike Mitchell, Darnell Mee, Isaac Burton, Adonis Jordan, Shawn Redhage, Willie Farley, Al Green, Corey "Homicide" Williams, Andre Moore, Steve Woodberry, Gary Ervin, Ebi Ere, Doug Overton, Kevin Lisch
    And the men who run things - Larry Kestelman, Mal Speed, Paul Maley, Vince Crivelli, Jeremy Loeliger, Chuck Harmison, Jeff Van Groningen, Bob Turner
    All that and much more.
    Follow @AussieHoopla on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or email us at info@aussiehoopla.com

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Andre Moore (Brisbane Bullets Legend) talks Ben Simmons Boomers Saga, Scottie Pippens New Book, Josh Giddey and the 1990s Brisbane Bullets teams

    Andre Moore (Brisbane Bullets Legend) talks Ben Simmons Boomers Saga, Scottie Pippens New Book, Josh Giddey and the 1990s Brisbane Bullets teams

    Andre Moore joins the show to talk about his NBA and NBL career as well as what's happening on the Australian Basketball scene today.
    Moore was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in the 2nd round of the 1987 NBA Draft. In 10 games with the Nuggets and Milwaukee Bucks, he averaged 2.4 points, 1.4 rebounds and 0.6 assists per game.
    Moore then embarked on a career in Australia when he signed with the Brisbane Bullets in 1990 and led them to that year's NBL Grand Final before losing to the Perth Wildcats.
    His teammates on Brisbane included fellow Americans Derek Rucker and Leroy Loggins. Moore's outstanding play saw him selected to the 1990 All-NBL Team after he averaged 26.9 points, 12.6 rebounds, and two blocks per game while shooting 61.1% from the field.
    After playing for the Bullets, Moore spent time with the Hobart Devils (1995) and Cairns Taipans (1999-01).
    Topics include...




    Andre Moore launches his first signature sneaker 20 years after retiring from the NBL (2:00) Working in juvenile detention centres with his program for underprivileged youth Big Feat Basketball (8:00) Navigating gangs and drugs while growing up in Chicago (12:00) College basketball and facing Patrick Ewing and the Georgetown Hoyas in 1986 (16:00) His friendship with Scottie Pippen from his time preparing for the NBA draft in 1997 and thoughts on his new book (21:00) NBA memories playing against Utahs Karl Malone and alongside forgotten NBA stars like Lafayette Lever, Alex English and Sidney Moncrief (26:00) How Andre found his way from the NBA to the Brisbane Bullets in 1990 (31:00) Thoughts on the 2021 NBL Grand Final (33:30) Going up against the 1990 Perth Wildcats (38:00) Nathan Sobey's breakout season and Boomer's chances (40:00) Ben Simmons and his decision to not play in the Tokyo Olympics (41:00) Why aren't power forwards as important in the NBL today as they were in the 1990s (48:00) Josh Giddey draft chances (52:00) Visit dunk.com.au for your next set of basketball uniforms.












    Listen to our previous interviews with the biggest stars in Australian Basketball, head to Aussiehoopla.com. Check out previous podcasts featuring;
    Australian Basketball Legends - Luc Longley, Andrew Gaze, Shane Heal, Mark Bradtke, Leroy Loggins, David Andersen, Andrew Vlahov, Phil Smyth, CJ Bruton, Chris Anstey, Brett Maher, John Rillie, Tony Ronaldson, Damian Martin
    Current NBL Stars - Jack White, Dejan Vasiljevic, AJ Ogilvy, Daniel Kickert, Thomas Abercrombie, Jason Cadee, Bryce Cotton, Chris Goulding, Mitch McCarron, Cam Gliddon, Anthony Drmic, Brad Newley
    Our Finest Coaching Minds - Brian Goorjian, Barry Barnes, Joey Wright, Adrian Hurley, Aaron Fearne, Rob Beveridge, Ian Stacker, Shawn Dennis, Dean Vickerman, Trevor Gleeson, Lindsey Gaze, Ken Cole, Will Weaver, Bruce Palmer
    NBA Stars Past & Present - Andrew Bogut, Matthew Dellavedova, Stephen Jackson, Randy Livingston, Torrey Craig, Acie Earl, Josh Childress, Reggie Smith, Todd Lichti, Ryan Broekhoff, Doug Overton, Donald Sloan
    The NBL's Greatest Imports - Darryl McDonald, Ricky Grace, Derek Rucker, Leon Trimmingham, Scott Fisher, Lanard Copeland, Mike Mitchell, Darnell Mee, Isaac Burton, Adonis Jordan, Shawn Redhage, Willie Farley, Al Green, Corey "Homicide" Williams, Andre Moore, Steve Woodberry, Mike Mitchell, Ebi Ere, Doug Overton, Kevin Lisch
    And the men who run things - Larry Kestelman, Mal Speed, Paul Maley, Vince Crivelli, Jeremy Loeliger, Chuck Harmison, Jeff Van Groningen, Bob Turner
    All that and much more.
    Follow @AussieHoopla on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or email us at info@aussiehoopla.com

    • 58 min
    Jeff Van Groningen (Adelaide 36ers GM) on Ben Simmons backlash, What NBA scouts are asking about Josh Giddey and the 36ers season

    Jeff Van Groningen (Adelaide 36ers GM) on Ben Simmons backlash, What NBA scouts are asking about Josh Giddey and the 36ers season

    Jeff Van Groningen, the current GM of Basketball for the Adelaide 36ers has been involved with the National Basketball League since 1994.
    Having spent with the Geelong Supercats, Melbourne Tigers, Brisbane Bullets, Sydney Kings and Adelaide he joins host Dan Boyce to talk about the highs and lows faced by the Adelaide 36ers this season before diving into the NBA interest around potential top-10 pick Josh Giddey.
    Van Groningen shares what questions NBA scouts are asking about Giddey as their scout potential draft picks for this years NBA draft and how he has seen Giddey develop as a player this season.
    Jeff also tackles the abuse Ben Simmons has received in both traditional and social media, whether it's fair and the consequences it could have.
    Topics include...
    Recruiting a roster amidst a pandemic. What were the obstacles and nuances to putting together the 36ers team in 2021 (2:00) What concerns and questions were players asking when they were deciding where to play in 2021 (8:00) The decision behind releasing Donald Sloan mid-season (12:00) While Josh Giddey had a break out season Adelaide stumbled in 2021. How do the 36ers measure whether running with an 18-year-old point guard was the right or wrong decision in hindsight (18:00) The exciting addition of Filipino junior star Kai Sotto and what he can bring to the 36ers next season (25:00) What will the 36ers be looking to add to their roster to improve for next season (31:00) How COVID has impacted the 36ers and the NBL financially (33:30) Josh Giddey's NBA interest and what questions are NBA teams asking to determine his draft potential (41:00) What parts of the season were the 36ers front office excited about the most in 2021 (49:00) The attacks on Ben Simmons after his NBA playoffs exit, whether it was fair and the impact it could have (53:30)



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    Listen to our previous interviews with the biggest stars in Australian Basketball, head to Aussiehoopla.com. Check out previous podcasts featuring;
    Australian Basketball Legends - Luc Longley, Andrew Gaze, Shane Heal, Mark Bradtke, Leroy Loggins, David Andersen, Andrew Vlahov, Phil Smyth, CJ Bruton, Chris Anstey, Brett Maher, John Rillie, Tony Ronaldson, Damian Martin
    Current NBL Stars - Jack White, Dejan Vasiljevic, AJ Ogilvy, Daniel Kickert, Thomas Abercrombie, Jason Cadee, Bryce Cotton, Chris Goulding, Mitch McCarron, Cam Gliddon, Anthony Drmic, Brad Newley
    Our Finest Coaching Minds - Brian Goorjian, Barry Barnes, Joey Wright, Adrian Hurley, Aaron Fearne, Rob Beveridge, Ian Stacker, Shawn Dennis, Dean Vickerman, Trevor Gleeson, Lindsey Gaze, Ken Cole, Will Weaver, Bruce Palmer
    NBA Stars Past & Present - Andrew Bogut, Matthew Dellavedova, Stephen Jackson, Randy Livingston, Torrey Craig, Acie Earl, Josh Childress, Reggie Smith, Todd Lichti, Ryan Broekhoff, Doug Overton, Donald Sloan
    The NBL's Greatest Imports - Darryl McDonald, Ricky Grace, Derek Rucker, Leon Trimmingham, Scott Fisher, Lanard Copeland, Mike Mitchell, Darnell Mee, Isaac Burton, Adonis Jordan, Shawn Redhage, Willie Farley, Al Green, Corey "Homicide" Williams, Andre Moore, Steve Woodberry, Mike Mitchell, Ebi Ere, Doug Overton, Kevin Lisch
    And the men who run things - Larry Kestelman, Mal Speed, Paul Maley, Vince Crivelli, Jeremy Loeliger, Chuck Harmison, Jeff Van Groningen, Bob Turner
    All that and much more.
    Follow @AussieHoopla on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or email us at info@aussiehoopla.com

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Aaron Grabau (Taipans Legend) on the first 15 years of the Cairns Taipans and his NBL career

    Aaron Grabau (Taipans Legend) on the first 15 years of the Cairns Taipans and his NBL career

    Aaron Grabau played 405 games with the Cairns Taipans, was the only player to be a part of both the team's inaugural roster in 1999 and the teams first NBL Finals appearance (2011).
    He became a Taipans legend and to date is the only player to have his jersey retired by the club (twice, which you'll hear about on the show) and he joins Dan Boyce on this episode to go discuss his career as well as the first 15 years of the Cairns Taipans in the NBL.
    Grabau takes us those first few years of the franchise where winning was a surprise benefit, to the success achieved under coaches Alan Black and Aaron Fearne.
    We revisit the Taipans visit to the 2011 NBL Finals where they finish one game short of becoming NBL champions and get his take on some of the greatest Taipans players of all time.
    Grabau's resume also includes five state league championships, three ABA National Championships, two ABA National Championship MVP awards, all with the Cairns Marlins.
    Grabau finished his career as the Taipans all-time leader in games played, rebounds and steals and second in all-time points scored.
    He averaged 7 points and 3 rebounds over 418 NBL games and today works as a member of the Cairns Police Force.
    Topics include...
    Retiring in 2013 and Joining the police force how being a part of the Taipans prepared him for his second career (2:00) A rookie season with the Geelong Supercats (6:00) The Cairns Taipans enter the NBL in 1999 (9:00) The Taipans debut season and its 0-7 start and the first win in Taipans history (11:30) The Taipan's roster for that inaugural season and how the losses impacted the team (15:00) The Taipans make the playoffs in 2004 and success begins in Cairns (16:30) Alan Black joins the team as coach and the team recruits Darnell Mee, Martin Cattalini, Nathan Jawai (19:00) Comparing the coaching styles of Rod Popp, Guy Molloy, Alan Black and Aaron Fearne (20:00) Nate Jawai as a young player (24:30) Aaron Grabau's prime years during 2004-07 (26:00) The Taipans disintegrate and fall into voluntary administration (27:30) The impact of Darnell Mee in Cairns (30:00) Players Aaron looked up to growing up (32:00) The Taipans reach the NBL Finals in 2011 (33:00) Losing good players to other NBL clubs, what toll does that take on players and the club (36:00) What led to his decision to retire (37:30) The story behind Grabau's jersey retirement and how he came to be retired by the club twice (39:00) The teams and players he loved playing against the most (40:30) The best Cairns Taipans players in team history (44:00) The highlights and lessons of Aaron's career (46:00)



    Visit dunk.com.au for your next set of basketball uniforms.












    Listen to our previous interviews with the biggest stars in Australian Basketball, head to Aussiehoopla.com. Check out previous podcasts featuring;
    Australian Basketball Legends - Luc Longley, Andrew Gaze, Shane Heal, Mark Bradtke, Leroy Loggins, David Andersen, Andrew Vlahov, Phil Smyth, CJ Bruton, Chris Anstey, Brett Maher, John Rillie, Tony Ronaldson, Damian Martin
    Current NBL Stars - Jack White, Dejan Vasiljevic, AJ Ogilvy, Daniel Kickert, Thomas Abercrombie, Jason Cadee, Bryce Cotton, Chris Goulding, Mitch McCarron, Cam Gliddon, Anthony Drmic, Brad Newley
    Our Finest Coaching Minds - Brian Goorjian, Barry Barnes, Joey Wright, Adrian Hurley, Aaron Fearne, Rob Beveridge, Ian Stacker, Shawn Dennis, Dean Vickerman, Trevor Gleeson, Lindsey Gaze, Ken Cole, Will Weaver, Bruce Palmer
    NBA Stars Past & Present - Andrew Bogut, Matthew Dellavedova, Stephen Jackson, Randy Livingston, Torrey Craig, Acie Earl, Josh Childress, Reggie Smith, Todd Lichti, Ryan Broekhoff, Doug Overton, Donald Sloan
    The NBL's Greatest Imports - Darryl McDonald, Ricky Grace, Derek Rucker, Leon Trimmingham, Scott Fisher, Lanard Copeland, Mike Mitchell, Darnell Mee, Isaac Burton, Adon

    • 50 min
    Pero Cameron (Tall Blacks Legend) on his NBL career, Steven Adams playing for New Zealand and more

    Pero Cameron (Tall Blacks Legend) on his NBL career, Steven Adams playing for New Zealand and more

    Head Coach of the New Zealand National Men's basketball team, the Tall Blacks, joins Dan Boyce on this episode to talk about his time in the NBL, Steven Adams chances of joining the squad in the future, how New Zealand basketballers aspire to play in the NBL and coaching plans for the Tall Blacks future.
    Pero Cameron was a part of the inaugural New Zealand Breakers squad who entered the NBL in 2003 and went on to play five seasons in Australia. He was also a part of the inaugural Gold Coast Blaze team in 2007.
    He played 130 NBL games and averaged 9 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists and was one of the greatest "screen setters" in NBL history and a consummate professional.
    His greatest success came whilst playing in the NZNBL where he is a 9-time NZNBL champion (1995-1997, 1999-2002, 2008, 2009) and for his efforts playing for the New Zealand national team, known as the Tall Blacks.
    Pero was the captain of the New Zealand Team that defeated Australia in the Oceania championships in 2001 and achieved history by reaching the semi-finals of the FIBA World Championship in 2002. 
    Pero's achievements were recognised worldwide when he was named part of the FIBA Hall Of Fame in 2017. 
    Topics include...




    The impact the Australian NBL had on aspiring basketballers in New Zealand basketball in the 1990s (2:00) The New Zealand Tall Blacks success defeat the Australian Boomers in 2001 (7:00) Finishing 4th at the 2002 FIBA World Championships (13:00) Facing Team USA at the 2002 FIBA World Championships (17:00) A chance to win a bronze medal in 2002 (22:00) The Tall Blacks FIBA drop off in 2004 and 2006 and what led to that (25:00) Pero's Tall Black career and what it means to him (28:00) The New Zealand Breakers enter the NBL in 2003 (30:00) The chances of New Zealand entering a second team in the NBL (34:00) Memories from the Breakers first season in the NBL (37:00) Playing for the New Zealand Breakers between 2003-06 (39:00) Playing for the Gold Coast Blaze and how he decided to retire (44:00) Coaching the New Zealand Tall Blacks (46:00) The chances we see NBA star Steven Adams suit up for the Tall Blacks next tournament (51:00) The biggest highlights and hurdles from Pero's career and what he learnt from them all (52:30)  Visit dunk.com.au for your next set of basketball uniforms.












    Listen to our previous interviews with the biggest stars in Australian Basketball, head to Aussiehoopla.com. Check out previous podcasts featuring;
    Australian Basketball Legends - Luc Longley, Andrew Gaze, Shane Heal, Mark Bradtke, Leroy Loggins, David Andersen, Andrew Vlahov, Phil Smyth, CJ Bruton, Chris Anstey, Brett Maher, John Rillie, Tony Ronaldson, Damian Martin
    Current NBL Stars - Jack White, Dejan Vasiljevic, AJ Ogilvy, Daniel Kickert, Thomas Abercrombie, Jason Cadee, Bryce Cotton, Chris Goulding, Mitch McCarron, Cam Gliddon, Anthony Drmic, Brad Newley
    Our Finest Coaching Minds - Brian Goorjian, Barry Barnes, Joey Wright, Adrian Hurley, Aaron Fearne, Rob Beveridge, Ian Stacker, Shawn Dennis, Dean Vickerman, Trevor Gleeson, Lindsey Gaze, Ken Cole, Will Weaver, Bruce Palmer
    NBA Stars Past & Present - Andrew Bogut, Matthew Dellavedova, Stephen Jackson, Randy Livingston, Torrey Craig, Acie Earl, Josh Childress, Reggie Smith, Todd Lichti, Ryan Broekhoff, Doug Overton, Donald Sloan
    The NBL's Greatest Imports - Darryl McDonald, Ricky Grace, Derek Rucker, Leon Trimmingham, Scott Fisher, Lanard Copeland, Mike Mitchell, Darnell Mee, Isaac Burton, Adonis Jordan, Shawn Redhage, Willie Farley, Al Green, Corey "Homicide" Williams, Andre Moore, Steve Woodberry, Mike Mitchell, Ebi Ere, Doug Overton, Kevin Lisch
    And the men who run things - Larry Kestelman, Mal Speed, Paul Maley, Vince Crivelli, Jeremy Loeliger, Chuck Harmison, Jeff Van Groningen, Bob Turner
    All that and much more.
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    • 57 min

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