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Hank Shaw discography...
Hank Shaw c1975 Born in 1926, trumpeter Hank Shaw was from the same East End Jewish background as Tony Crombie and Ronnie Scott, and was brought up in an orphanage where "you either joined the band or went in for boxing." He was given a cornet and began to learn. He began professionally with the dance bands of Jack Jackson, Teddy Foster and Oscar Rabin amongst others in the 1940s touring with the legendary Tommy Sampson band in 1947 and then joined Basil Kirchin before becoming a founder member at Club Eleven. Spearheaded by John Dankworth and Ronnie Scott, the Club Eleven musicians made significant recordings (Shaw recorded with Scott and vocalist Alan Dean), attracting considerable attention while playing at the less than salubrious Mack's Rehearsal Rooms in Great Windmill Street. In 1949 Shaw played for a while with Vic Lewis and Leon Roy's big band as well as many other name bands.
He began playing solo jazz dates in the mid 1950s while playing with Jack Parnell (1952/3). In 1954 Shaw became a key part of Ronnie Scott's nine-piece band, a unit packed with the best British modernists, including Victor Feldman and Phil Seamen. Shaw, who had replaced Jimmy Deuchar, thought it "a marvellous, roaring band" and stayed on when Scott created his ill-starred larger orchestra. He stayed with Ronnie Scott 1954/6, also playing in Scott's quintet, then played with Tony Crombie, Don Rendell, Joe Harriott (1958/60) and briefly with Tony Kinsey.
He had joined Jamaican alto saxophonist Joe Harriott in his celebrated quintet in 1958 but left with pianist Harry South when Harriott sought to introduce his "free-form" concept.
Hank Shaw (c1985) Hank Shaw had become a sought-after section player and soloist on orchestral recordings by Stan Tracey, Kenny Wheeler and Harry South. Perhaps his most rewarding association was cemented when pianist Bill LeSage formed the Bebop Preservation Society in the 1970s, a quintet devoted to straight-ahead modernism in which Shaw flourished alongside altoist Peter King. (Record details below).

From the 1960s he successfully led his own quartet, resident at the 400 club in London. Through the 1970s and 1980s he worked with all the top players including Harry South, Tubby Hayes, Johnny Dankworth and Stan Tracey. Shaw's later years were spent leading his own quartet or performing with pianist John Burch's local octet around Whitstable in Kent. Throughout his life he loved bebop and seldom deviated from it. One critic praised his "high energy exuberance" while Shaw told an interviewer, "I play that way because that's the way jazz appeals to me." He could have added that many observers saw him as one of this country's most exciting bebop soloists. His style was based on Dizzy Gillespie and Fats Navarro, to which he added his own extrovert flourishes. He died on October 26th, 2006. As yet, none of his recorded work from the 1950s with Ronnie Scott for Esquire has been re-issued in CD format.



The tracks following were from a BBC Light Programme broadcast "Design for Dancing"
Vic Lewis and his Orchestra - November 26th, 1948 (Harlequin HQ3014*/DJM)
Johnny Shakespeare, Bunny Layzell, Hank Shaw, Harold Luff (tp), Don Lang, Roy Bassett, Jimmy Wilson (tb), Peter Howe (cl,as), Ronnie Chamberlain (cl,as,sop), Kathy Stobart, Ken Beckett (ts), Bill Collins (bs), Dill Jones (p), Al Ferdman (g), John Quest (b), Peter Coleman (d), Vic Lewis (dir).
Minor Riff*/The Folks Who Live On The Hill.

The tracks following were from a film soundtrack for the film "Vengeance is Mine"
Vic Lewis and his Orchestra - early December, 1948 (DJM)
Johnny Shakespeare, Bunny Layzell, Hank Shaw, Harold Luff (tp), Don Lang, Roy Bassett, Jimmy Wilson (tb), Peter Howe (cl,as), Ronnie Chamberlain (cl,as,sop), Kathy Stobart, Ken Beckett (ts), Bill Collins (bs), Dill Jones (p), Al Ferdman (g), John Quest (b), Peter Coleman (d), Vic Lewis (dir) + woodwinds and percussion.
Vengeance Is Mine (part 1)/Vengeance Is Mine (part 2).

Vic Lewis and his Orchestra - December 3rd, 1948 (Harlequin HQ3013)
Johnny Shakespeare, Bunny Layzell, Hank Shaw, Harold Luff (tp), Don Lang, Roy Bassett, Jimmy Wilson (tb), Peter Howe (cl,as), Ronnie Chamberlain (cl,as,sop), Kathy Stobart, Ken Beckett (ts), Bill Collins (bs), Dill Jones (p), Al Ferdman (g), John Quest (b), Peter Coleman (d), Vic Lewis (dir).
Body And Soul.

The tracks following were from a BBC Light Programme broadcast "Design for Dancing"
Vic Lewis and his Orchestra - January 7th, 1949 (Harlequin HQ3014)
Johnny Shakespeare, Bunny Layzell, Hank Shaw, Harold Luff (tp), Don Lang, Jack Waters, Stan Smith (poss), (tb), Peter Howe (cl,as), Ronnie Chamberlain (cl,as,sop), Kathy Stobart, Vince Bovill (poss) (ts), Bill Collins (bs), Dill Jones (p), Al Ferdman (g), John Quest (b), Peter Coleman (d), Vic Lewis (dir).
Rhythm Incorporated/Interlude.

Vic Lewis and his Orchestra - January 25th, 1949 (Parlophone)
Johnny Shakespeare, Bunny Layzell, Hank Shaw, Harold Luff (tp), Don Lang, Jack Waters, Stan Smith, (tb), Peter Howe, Ronnie Chamberlain (cl,as,sop), Kathy Stobart, Vince Bovill (ts), Bill Collins (bs), Dill Jones (p), Al Ferdman (g), John Honeyman (b), Peter Coleman (d), Vic Lewis (dir) + percussion.
West Indian Ritual/Sunday Girl/High On A Windy Hill/No Orchids.

Alan Dean's Beboppers - September 17th, 1949 (Esquire)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Johnny Dankworth (as), Hank Shaw (tp), Tommy Pollard (p), Pete Chilver (g), Joe Muddel (b), Laurie Morgan (d), Alan Dean (vocal).
Gone With The Windmill*^/Barbados*^/Elevenses*/Ool Ya Koo*^/Galaxy*#.
(#Giant Steps Records CD - Great Scott)
(*Charly/Esquire 4 CD box set - bebop IN BRITAIN - issued in 1991 currently only available second hand...)
(^Indigo CD - Boppin' At Esquire)
(*Proper Records 4CD Box set - Ronnie Scott "Boppin' With Scott")

Jack Parnell and his Music Makers - October 1st, 1953 (Parlophone)
Hank Shaw, Ronnie Simmonds, Jo Hunter (tp), Mac Minshull, Lad Busby (tb), Bob Burns (as), Joe Temperley, Ronnie Keene (ts), Don Honeywell (bs), Max Harris (p), Jack Fallon (b), Jack Parnell, Phil Seamen (d).
Dragnet*/Fuller Bounce#*.
(*Vocalion CD - Trip to Mars / Parnell On Parade)
(#EMI Gold CD - Jack Parnell Big Band Swing)
(#Avid CD - Jack Parnell: Two Classic Albums plus Two Eps)

Jack Parnell and his Orchestra / Music Makers - December 12th, 1953 (Parlophone)
Hank Shaw, Ronnie Simmonds, Jo Hunter, Terry Lewis (tp), Mac Minshull, Bobby Lamb, Robin Kay (tb), Bob Burns, Jimmy Phillips (as), Joe Temperley, Ronnie Keene (ts), Don Honeywell (bs), Max Harris (p), Kenny Napper (b), Jack Parnell, Phil Seamen (d).
The Creep/Route66*.
(*Vocalion CD - Trip to Mars / Parnell On Parade)
(*Avid CD - Jack Parnell: Two Classic Albums plus Two Eps)

January 6th, 1954 (Parlophone PMD1053^)
Add Jimmy Tobbett (tb), Dennis Hale (vocal), otherwise personnel as December 12th, 1953.
Skin Deep*^/Devil's Eyes* (voc).
(^Vocalion CD - Trip to Mars / Parnell On Parade)
(*EMI Gold CD - Jack Parnell Big Band Swing)
(^Avid CD - Jack Parnell: Two Classic Albums plus Two Eps)

February 25th, 1954 (Parlophone)
Personnel as January 6th.
Knock Out*^/Kick Off*^/Blowin' Wild* (voc).
(*EMI Gold CD - Jack Parnell Big Band Swing)

(^Avid CD - Jack Parnell: Two Classic Albums plus Two Eps)

June 10th, 1954 (Parlophone)
Bob Burns out, Tubby Hayes (ts) replaces Joe Temperley.
Sure Thing*.
(*Vocalion CD - Trip to Mars / Parnell On Parade)
(*EMI Gold CD - Jack Parnell Big Band Swing)
(*Proper Records 4CD Box set - Tubby Hayes - The Little Giant)
(*Avid CD - Jack Parnell: Two Classic Albums plus Two Eps)

Jack Parnell and his Orchestra - cJuly, 1954 (Parlophone)
Ronnie Simmonds, Jo Hunter, Terry Lewis, Hank Shaw (tp), Bobby Lamb, Jimmy Tobbett, Mac Minshull (tb), Jimmy Phillips (as), Tubby Hayes, Ronnie Keene (ts), Don Honeywell (bs), Max Harris (p), Kenny Napper (b), Phil Seamen (d), Annie Ross, Dennis Hale (vocal).
Annie's Blues (voc AR)/The Bandit (voc DH).

Ronnie Scott Orchestra - November 2nd, 1954 (Esquire EP31*)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Derek Humble (as), Pete King (ts), Hank Shaw (tp), Ken Wray (tb), Benny Green (bs), Victor Feldman (p), Lennie Bush (b), Phil Seamen (d).
Taboo/Second Helping/Seamen's Mission*/Lester Leaps In*.

Ronnie Scott Orchestra - January 4th, 1955 (Esquire)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Derek Humble (as), Pete King (ts), Hank Shaw (tp), Ken Wray (tb), Benny Green (bs), Victor Feldman (p), Lennie Bush (b), Phil Seamen (d).
Evening In Paris/After You've Gone/But Not For Me/Serenity.

Ronnie Scott Orchestra - February 23rd, 1955 (Esquire EP61) (JMC22)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Derek Humble (as), Pete King (ts), Hank Shaw (tp), Ken Wray (tb), Benny Green (bs), Victor Feldman (p), Lennie Bush (b), Phil Seamen (d).
Parisian Thoroughfare/Don't Worry 'Bout Me/Quicksilver+/Time After Time.
(+ Different take to original 78)

Ronnie Scott Quintet - March 9th, 1955 (Esquire EP65) (JMC22)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Hank Shaw (tp), Victor Feldman (p), Lennie Bush (b), Phil Seamen (d).
Fidelius+/They Can't Convince Me/Short Circuit+/Don't Take Your Love From Me.
(+ Different take to original 78)

Ronnie Scott Orchestra - April 13th, 1955 (Esquire EP81)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Derek Humble (as), Pete King (ts), Hank Shaw (tp), Ken Wray (tb), Benny Green (bs), Victor Feldman (p), Lennie Bush (b), Phil Seamen (d).
S'il Vous Plait+*/Jordu+*/Pearl+/This Heart Of Mine.
(*Proper Records 4CD Box set - Ronnie Scott "Boppin' With Scott")
(+ Different take to original 78)

Ronnie Scott Quintet - June 8th, 1955 (Esquire EP95*) (^JMC28)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Hank Shaw (tp), Victor Feldman (p), Sammy Stokes (b), Phil Seamen (d).
Split Kick*/It Don't Mean A Thing*/Samson^/I'll Never Smile Again^.

ro In 1955 Scott formed a big band which lasted barely a year, but had four of its library preserved on one Esquire EP as follows:
Ronnie Scott Orchestra - October 11th, 1955 (Esquire EP85) (JMC28)
Stan Palmer, Hank Shaw, Dave Usden, Jimmy Watson, (tp) Jack Botterill, Robin Kaye, Mac Minshull, Ken Wray (tb), Joe Harriott, Doug Robinson (as), Pete King, Ronnie Scott (ts), Benny Green (bs), Norman Stenfalt (p), Eric Peter (b), Phil Seamen (d).
Bang*#/With Every Breath I Take*/A Night In Tunisia*#/The Big Fist*#.
(*Giant Steps CD - Killer Joe: Birth Of A Legend)
(*Proper Records 4CD Box set - Ronnie Scott "Boppin' With Scott")
(#Proper Box 4CD set - The Joe Harriott Story)


(Picture on the right shows Eric Peters, Phil Seamen and Hank Shaw from the band...)

Discographical detail below is not listed in Lord's Jazz Discography and has been taken from Jazz Journal which published the results of work undertaken by Bernard Shirley, Tony Middleton and Pete Lay. The information on the label is incomplete and misleading....
Bix Curtis Jazz Group - July 28th, 1956 (Jazz from Club Basie - World Record Club R46)
Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Bird (ts), Derek Smith (p), Sammy Stokes (b), Allan Ganley (d).
Four.

Bix Curtis' Jazz from London - c1957 (Jazz from London 1957 - (Acrobat)
Bert Courtley, Hank Shaw (tp), Ken Wray (bs-tpt), Vic Ash (cl), Tubby Hayes (ts,vib), Jimmy Skidmore (ts), Dill Jones (p), Lennie Bush (b), Bill Eyden (d).
Blue 'n' Boogie*.
Hank Shaw (tp), Vic Ash (cl), Jimmy Skidmore (ts), Dill Jones (p), Lennie Bush (b), Bill Eyden (d).
Night In Tunisia*.
(*Acrobat CD - Jazz from London 1957)

Bix Curtis' Jazz from London - c1957 (Jazz from London 1957)
Hank Shaw (tp), Tubby Hayes (ts), Dill Jones (p), Lennie Bush (b), Bill Eyden (d).
Room 608*.
(*Acrobat CD - Tubby Hayes - Without A Song (Rare Live recordings 1954-73)

Joe Harriott Quintet - May 5th, 1959 (Columbia) (JM1259)
Joe Harriott (as), Hank Shaw (tp), Harry South (p), Coleridge Goode (b), Bobby Orr (d).
Senor Blues*/Still Goofin'*/Count Twelve*/Jumpin' With Joe*.
(*Proper Box 4CD set - The Joe Harriott Story)
(*Fresh Sound 2CD set - Joe Harriott - Southern Horizons + Free Form + Abstract)

The Downbeat Big Band - November 14th, 1959
Bobby Pratt, Les Condon, Hank Shaw, Eddie Blair (tp), Hank Stampf (tb,bs-tp), Alan Branscombe (as), Tubby Hayes, Johnny Scott (ts), Jack Sharpe (bs), Terry Shannon (p), Jeff Clyne (b), Phil Seamen (d).
Along Came Betty*/The Scene Is Clean*/East Of The Sun*/Southern Horizons*/Blues At The Manor*/Confirmation*/"E"*.
("Acrobat CD - Blues At The Manor 1959-60 Tubby Hayes and the Downbeat Big Band)

Harry South Big Band - January 25th, 1966 (Presenting the Harry South Big Band - Mercury 20081MCL)
Ian Hamer, Hank Shaw, Les Condon, Albert Hall (tp), Ian Carr (tp,fl-hrn), Rik Kennedy, Chris Smith, Keith Christie, Bill Geldard (tb), Roy Willox, Alan Branscombe (as,fl), Ronnie Scott, Dick Morrissey (ts), Tubby Hayes (ts,fl), Pete King (bs), Gordon Beck (p), Phil Bates (b), Phil Seamen (d), HarrySouth (ldr).
Costa Fortuna/Last Orders/Afterthought/Alone Together.

Harry South Big Band - January 26th, 1966 (Presenting the Harry South Big Band - Mercury 20081MCL)
Ian Hamer, Hank Shaw, Les Condon, Greg Bowen (tp), Ian Carr (tp,fl-hrn), Johnny Marshall, Chris Smith, Keith Christie, Gibb Wallace (tb), Roy Willox, Alan Branscombe (as,fl), Ronnie Scott, Dick Morrissey (ts), Bob Efford (ts,fl), Harry Klein (bs), Gordon Beck (p), Phil Bates (b), Phil Seamen (d), Harry South (ldr).
Six To One Bar/Lush Life/There And Back/North Of The Soho Border.

Harry South Big Band - c1966/7 (Retrospect through 21 years of BBC Jazz Club - Philips SBL7869)
Greg Bowen, Derek Watkins, Tony Fisher, Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Christie, Brian Perrin, Clarrie Baines, Cliff Hardie (tb), Alan Branscombe, Tony Coe, Tubby Hayes, Ronnie Scott, Dick Morrissey, Harry Klein (reeds), Gordon Beck (p), Phil Bates (b), Bill Eyden (d), Harry South (ldr).
Newtyme Waltz/Storm Warning.

Ken Wheeler with the John Dankworth Orchestra - March, c1968 (Windmill Tilter - Fontana STL5494)
Kenny Wheeler (flhrn), Derek Watkins, Henry Shaw, Henry Lowther, Les Condon (tp), Chris Pyne, Mike Gibbs (tb), Johnny Dankworth, Ray Swinfield, Tony Robert, Tony Coe (saxes), Alf Reece, Dick Hart (tu), Bob Cornford, Alan Branscombe (p), John McLaughlin (g), Dave Holland (b), John Spooner (d), Tristan Fry (perc).
Titles marked * are by a quintet comprising Wheeler (flhrn), Coe (cl,ts), McLaughlin, Holland and Spooner.

Preamble*/Don The Dreamer/Sweet Dulcinea Blue*/Bachelor Sam/Sancho/The Cave Of Montesinos^/Propheticape*/ Altisidora/Don No More.
(^Salvo 4CD Box set - I Hear Music - A Celebration of the Life and Work of Cleo Laine & John Dankworth)

Tubby Hayes Big Band - BBC broadcast live from Ronnie Scott's, London August 24th, 1969 (IAJRC50)
Ian Hamer, Kenny Wheeler, Greg Bowen, Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Christie, David Horler, Bill Geldard (tb), Peter King (as), Tubby Hayes, Brian Smith, Alan Skidmore (ts), Harry Klein (bs), Mike Pyne (p), Louis Stewart (g), Ron Mathewson (b), Spike Wells (d).
A Song For A Sad Lady*/You Know I Care*.
(*IAJRC CD -Tubby Hayes: England's Late Jazz Great)

Stan Tracey Big Band - October 8th, 1969 (The Seven Ages of Man - Columbia SCX6413)
Derek Watkins, Tony Fisher, Greg Bowen, Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Christie, Chris Pyne, Mike Gibbs (tb), Peter King, Dennis Walton (as), Tony Coe (ts,cl), Alan Skidmore (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Frank Ricotti (vib,cl), Stan Tracey (p,arr,cond), Dave Green (b), Bryan Spring (d).
All The World's A Stage/Overture And Beginners/Matinee Days/Enter Romeo/Principal Centre Stage/Wisdom In The Wings/Panto Panta/Kindly Leave The Stage.

The Dankworth Big Band Orchestra - c1972 (Full Circle - Philips 6308 122)
Butch Hudson, Henry Shaw, Henry Lowther, Martin Drover, Kenny Wheeler, Eddie Blair (tp), Mike Gibbs, Malcolm Griffiths, David Horler (tb), Dick Hart (tu), Antonio Cooke (frh), Johnny Dankworth, Don Fay, Stan Sulzman, Tony Roberts, Tony Coe, (woodwind), Bruce Graham (p), Martin Kershaw (g), Tony Campo, Daryl Runswick (el-b), John Spooner (d), Ray Cooper (perc).
Eleven Plus/Academy One/The Italian Girl/Earthman/You Are Too Beautiful/Family Joy.

Johnny Dankworth Orchestra - February 19th,20th and 21st, 1973 (Lifeline - Philips 6308 169)
Martin Drover, Trevor Barber, Henry Shaw (tp), Henry Lowther (tp,vln), Ken Gibson, Malcolm Griffiths (tb), Johnny Dankworth, Stan Sulzman, Don Rendell, Mike Page, Duncan Lamont (reeds), Tony Hyams (p,el-p), John Girvan (g), Daryl Runswick (b,el-b), Harold Fisher (d) + strings and voices on some tracks.
Fighting The Flab^/Darlington/Tomorrow's World/WRVR/Lifeline Suite:(Orinoco/Studio Five/Kite Flight/Defrantisity/Brass Roots^.
(Sepia RSCD 2019 - Lifeline)
(^Salvo 4CD Box set - I Hear Music - A Celebration of the Life and Work of Cleo Laine & John Dankworth)

Tony Kinsey Big Band - February 17th, 1974 (Thames suite - Spotlite SPJ504)
Leon Calvert, Les Condon, Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Christie, Dave Horler, Geoff Perkins, Chris Smith (tb), Ronnie Chamberlain (sop,as), Peter King (as), Jimmy Hastings, Duncan Lamont (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Pat Smythe (el-p), Dick Abell (g), Lennie Bush (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Sunbury Seminar*/Chertsey Mead*/Kingston Reach*/Backwater*/Henley Ho*.
(*Spotlite CD - Tony Kinsey: Thames Suite)

Tony Kinsey Big Band - March 17, 1976 (Thames suite - Spotlite SPJ504)
Tony Fisher, Les Condon, Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Christie, Dave Horler, Bill Geldard, Maurice Pratt (tb), Ronnie Chamberlain (sop,as), Peter King (as), Jimmy Hastings, Duncan Lamont (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Pat Smythe (el-p), Louis Stewart (g), Lennie Bush (b), Tony Kinsey (d).
Hard Times*/Cookham Bridge*/Beachey Head*/Good Friday*.
(*Spotlite CD - Tony Kinsey: Thames Suite)

The Bebop Preservation Society
The Bebop Preservation Society was a group originally set up by Bill Le Sage in the 1970s to keep the old bebop music alive. By this time modern jazz had moved on and bebop was becoming a forgotten sound. The group used to play at the Bull's Head (London), on and off during the 1970s and early 1980s were recorded on three occasions. In January 1972, Tubby Hayes sat in with the group for six weeks while recuperating from his first heart operation and was with the group when they recorded three titles for the BBC in a programme called Late Night Line Up. Many people who heard the band, or the records, rate Hank Shaw's trumpet work amongst the best bebop trumpet playing they had heard. The first record date is regarded as the best of the three with excellent recording quality and an excellent choice of titles. These LPs are now as rare as hen's teeth and have not been re-issued on CD...

The Bebop Peservation Society - May 24th/25th, 1971 (Dawn DNLS3027)
Hank Shaw (tp), Peter King (as), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Spike Heatley (b), Brian Spring (d). (1-PK and HS out, Le Sage plays vibes).
Donna Lee/High Score/Ah-leu-cha/Warpaint/Eronel/Godchild/Whats New-1/One Bass Hit/Perhaps.

Tubby Hayes announced his departure from the BPS on February 19th 1972 (Melody Maker) and was working at The Bulls Head, Barnes on the night this programme was broadcast. It is therefore likely it was recorded the previous month...
Be-Bop Preservation Society - March 17th, 1972 (BBC TV "Late Night Line-Up" Broadcast)
Tubby Hayes (ts), Hank Shaw (tp), Peter King (as), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Spike Heatley (b), Bryan Spring (d).
Eronel/Godchild/Bamboozled.

Red Rodney with the Bebop Peservation Society - January 20th/21st, 1975 (Spotlite SPJLP7)
Hank Shaw, Red Rodney (tp), Peter King (as), Bill Le Sage (p,vib), Spike Heatley (b), Martin Drew (d).
Blue'n Boogie/Seven Dials/If You Could See Me Now (HS out)/Merry-go-round/March Of Ides/Sid's Delight/ Esmereldas/Tenderley (HS, PK out).

The Bebop Peservation Society - May 19th, 1975 (Spotlite 500 - Pied Piper of Hamelin Suite)
Hank Shaw (tp), Peter King (as), Bill Le Sage (p,el-p), Spike Heatley (b), Martin Drew (d).
Hamelin/Council Cakewalk/Rats/Pied Piper/Mayor's Got The Blues/Little Boy Lost/Town Band Birthday.


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