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January 14, 2005

Music to answer interrogatories by

At one can book the services of "Dr. Sam and the Frivolous Action Blues Band", who perform at professional and corporate meetings and events. Among the tunes on their album Goin' Bare: "A Ploy Named Countersue", "The Jury Consultant Blues" and "Back Spasm Woman". (Not included: "These Foolish Things Incline Me To Sue" and "If I Knew You Were Loaded I'd Have Faked An Ache".)

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