Suggestions for Week of 12/23-12/29

Another great week of live in the Bay Area. Here are some suggestion for this week..

Monday December 23rd

The Chapel 777 Valencia St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime.. The hippest of hipsters, The Fabulous Bud E. Luv Christmas Spectacular delivers to you the hottest hits from Vegas: Frank Sinatra, Wayne Newton, Sammy Davis Jr., Tom Jones, and the list goes on. He’s got a sense of humor that won’t quit and a set of pipes that’ll knock your socks off. Highly recommended!!!!! $22 Cover Charge.

Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St, San Francisco 6:00 PM-9:00 PM Showtime…
The High Tide Trio is a sensational super instrumental band featuring Mitch Polzak on guitar and bass, Hank Maninger on guitar and bass, and Les James on drums. Les will not be playing guitar. Hank and Mitch will switch off on guitar and bass. Mitch and Hank will not be playing the drums. The band plays all sorts of interesting guitar instrumentals, including surf, country, jazz, bluegrass, and movie and TV show themes. Highly recommended!!!! N/C

Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St, San Francisco 9:30 PM-12:30 AM Showtime…
Mike Olmos Presents The Sessions. Mike is a such a great trumpet player. He leads his all star Sessions for a great night of jazz.. Highly recommended!!!! N/C

Local Edition 691 Market St, San Francisco 8:00 PM-Midnight Showtime..
The Fil Lorenz Orchestra is a high-voltage, crowd-pleasing big band born of the blues, with a sound defined by a searing, relentless horn section. Saxophonist/arranger Lorenz has assembled a musical cast of the highest standard, bringing some of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most accomplished and adventurous jazz veterans together with some of the fertile San Francisco scene’s most promising up-and-coming players. Highly recommended!!!! No Cover Charge…

Amnesia Bar 853 Valencia St, San Francisco 9:00 PM-11:55 PM Showtime..
The Earl Brothers are back. The bad boys of bluegrass, are irreverent energetic and a hell of a lot of fun. Highly recommended N/C

Mr.Tipples 39 Fell St, San Francisco 7:00 PM-10:00 PM Showtime.. Le Hot Jazz.. The spirit of Django is alive and well in San Francisco. This is a great ensemble. Highly recommended!! N/C

Tuesday December 24th

Le Colonial 20 Cosmo Pl, San Francisco 7:00 PM-10:00 PM Showtime.. Le Hot Jazz.. The spirit of Django is alive and well in San Francisco. This is a great ensemble. Highly recommended!!!!! N/C

Jupiter 2181 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley 8:00 PM-11:00 PM Showtime.
Clyde The Blynd and His Trio will be performing his original compositions both old and new, plus songs from Don Cherry, Wayne Shorter and Augustus Pablo in this latest version of Clyde’s unique vision. N/C

Wednesday December 25th

The Lucky Horseshoe Bar 453 Cortland Ave, San Francisco 8 PM-Midnight Showtime.. Ed Ivey’s Weekly Blues Jam gets the bar rocking. His weekly jam is really fun. N/C

Tupelo 1337 Grant Ave, San Francisco 9:00 PM-1:00 AM Showtime.. If you don’t know Johnny Z and the Camaros you should. They are such a fun rock and roll band. They will have Tupelo rockin’ out. N/C..

Thursday December 26th

Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St, San Francisco 6:00 PM-9:00 PM Showtime.
Vocalist Darlene Langston shares her selections from the Great American Songbook, as well as her love of the blues. Ms. Langston is accompanied by the all star Saints & Sinners Jazz Band. Join Darlene Langston for an exciting evening of straight ahead jazz, swinging vocals, and soulful blues.

Atlas Cafe 3049 20th Street, San Francisco 8:00 PM-10:00 PM Showtime..
The Gil Cohen Trio is a really wonderful jazz trio. When I first heard Gil playing he reminded me a lot of Roy Eldridge’s sound. It turns that Roy was one of his major influences. Gil and his trio is definitely worth checking out. Highly recommended!!! N/C

Tupelo 1337 Grant Ave, San Francisco 9:00 PM-1:00 AM Showtime.. Somewhere between Joan Jett and Bonnie Raitt lies GG Amos. This is one badass chick with one badass band. This is one of my very favorite local blues band. Highly recommended!! N/C

Ivy Room 860 San Pablo Ave, Albany 9:00 PM Showtime.. A great show in store with Peter Apfelbaum & Sparkler featuring Natalie Cressman on trombone/bass/vocals, Jill Ryan on sax/flute/vocals, Will Bernard on guitar, Erika Oba on keyboards/flute and Josh Jones on drums/percussion. Sparkler combines playfully offbeat songs, hyper-rhythmic poetry and electronica with the heavily-layered, world jazz-driven sound which Apfelbaum has become known for with his longstanding big band, Hieroglyphics. The band will perform excerpts from The Ambidextrous Nature of the Universe (commissioned by the Newport Jazz Festival in 2016) as well as songs from their forthcoming debut album, Excess. Highly recommended!!!!!! $20 Cover Charge…

Yoshis 510 Embarcadero West, Oakland 8:00 PM Showtime.. Legendary jazz pianist Larry Vuckovich leads an all-star sextet celebrating his 83rd birthday presenting his Unique, Diverse Repertoire of Swinging Bebop/Contemporary Jazz/Afro-Cuban Latin/Balkan Middle Eastern Ethno Jazz/Swinging Blues & Funky Boogaloo Sounds/Romantic Boleros & More! The sextet features Larry on piano, Alvon Johnson on vocals, Andrew Speight on alto sax, Kai Lyons on guitar, Jeff Chambers on bass & Akira Tana on drums. Highly recommended!!!!!! $23-$49 Cover Charge..

Friday December 27th

The Fillmore 1805 Geary Blvd, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime.. Highly regarded as one of the best live acts on the planet, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe merges funk, soul, rock, jazz, blues and more. His energy and spirit are contagious, while his songwriting serves a larger message of fellowship—across generations, genders, religions and cultures. Also on the bill is the funk, soul and jazz influenced group The Motet. Highly recommended!!!!! $37.50 Cover Charge..

The Chapel 777 Valencia St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime.. From their inception two decades ago in Leeds, UK, the four-piece jazz fusion and bluesy funk band The New Mastersounds have wholeheartedly embraced the “old school” label – their sound rooted deeply in those classic soul jazz, boogaloo and funk albums on labels such as Blue Note and Prestige by artists like Wes Montgomery, Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGriff and Lou Donaldson. Opening up the show is a really good five-piece American Soul/Funk/R&B band based out of Lincoln, Nebraska Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal …Highly recommended!!!!!$25 Cover Charge..

Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St, San Francisco 6:00 PM-9:00 PM Showtime..
Nashville Honeymoon is another Bay Area band I really love. Their music is a modern reworking of the classic country sounds of the 50s and 60s. Their songwriting draws on country, rockabilly, and honky-tonk traditions. Highly recommended!!! N/C

Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St, San Francisco 10:00 PM-1:00 AM Showtime.. Portland based Tumbledown House, a self described modern speakeasy, saloon jazz, parlor pop and Tom Waits in a cocktail dress ensemble. I really like what I have seen on youtube and look forward to seeing them this evening. Highly recommended!! N/C

Brick & Mortar Music Hall 1710 Mission St, San Francisco 9:30 PM Showtime. Colorado based rapper Old Man Saxon in just two years, has gone from broke & homeless in Los Angeles to esteemed rap professor, father and international entertainer. He has released 3 EP’s – The Perils, The Pursuit and Goldman Sax. He has a natural swagger when performing and fun and entertaining. Highly recommended!!!!!! $15 Cover Charge…

Royal Cuckoo 3202 Mission St, San Francisco 7:30 PM Showtime.. Lavay Smith sings at the hippest bar in San Francisco, accompanied by Danny Armstrong on trombone and Chris Siebert on the Hammond organ. You’ll love the vibe, the cocktails, and the world-class collection of vintage vinyl spinning for your listening pleasure. Highly recommended!!! N/C

Great American Music Hall 859 O’Farrell St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime. Tragic singer, horrible dancer and surreal raconteur, the hysterically funny Dina Martina debuted at Seattle’s Center on Contemporary Art in 1989, instantly gleaning reviews that dubbed her “magically warped”, “hilariously unfortunate” and “utter genius”. Absolutely packed with ludicrous song, horrifying stories and overburdened costumes, Dina Martina’s shows are impossible to adequately describe, other than that they’ve become synonymous with jaw-dropping pathos and mind-blowing comedy. Dina Martina has been hailed as “Divinely funny” (Time Out London), “Painfully funny and demented” (Seattle Times) and “The most original drag performer working in America today” (Village Voice). What a Dina Martina show is, quite simply put, is a smart and hilarious evening of entertainment that you will never forget. Highly recommended!!!! $30-$50 Cover Charge..

Mr.Tipples 39 Fell St, San Francisco 9:00 PM-11:30 PM Showtime..
Robert Dehlinger & The Alpha Rhythm Kings is a swinging fun band led by Robert’s vocals and superb trumpet playing. This is a great band. Highly recommended!!!! No Cover Charge..

The Freight & Salvage 2020 Addison St, Berkeley 8:00 PM Showtime.. Harmonica master Charlie Musselwhite ’s life reads like a classic blues song: born in Mississippi, raised in Memphis and schooled on the South Side of Chicago. A groundbreaking recording artist since the 1960s, Musselwhite continues to create trailblazing music while remaining firmly rooted in the blues. His worldly-wise vocals, rich, melodic harmonica playing and deep country blues guitar work flawlessly accompany his often autobiographical and always memorable original songs. Living Blues says, “Musselwhite’s rock-solid vocals creep up and overwhelm you before you know it. He plays magnificent harp with superb dexterity and phrasing. The results are amazing.” Highly recommended!!!!! $20-$40 Cover Charge..

Speisekammer 2424 Lincoln Ave, Alameda 8:30 PM Showtime..
The Americano Social Club plays music for “la dolce vita”: a mix of romantic and eclectic melodies from all over the world including pop, jazz, folk, classical, rock, opera, the music of Brazil and Europe’s cafés as well as some great original pieces. This is a great ensemble. Highly recommended!!!! N/C

Yoshis 510 Embarcadero West, Oakland 8:00 PM & 10:00 PM Showtimes..
Con Funk Shun is a star-quality attraction delivering a superb, high-energy show with electrifying choreography, glistening six-part vocal harmonies, and a dash of humor. They are, unquestionably, among the heroes of funk with romantic ballads and dance-party hits galore. Memorable melodies, inventive horn arrangements and clav-guitar woven grooves, make the group absolutely essential to the evolution of funk. This shown should be a bang up way to enter the New Year. Highly recommended!!!!! $39-$89 Cover Charge Per Show…

Mystic Theatre & Music Hall 23 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma 8:30 PM Showtime.. Tommy Castro & The Pain Killers are blazing soul-blues rockers with a funky southern soul, big city blues sound with street-level grit and soul. This band will rock the house. Special guest is world class blues guitarist/singer and superb instrumental talent Chris Cain. Highly recommended!!!!! $33-$53 Cover Charge..

If you live in and around Santa Cruz you might want to check out

Moes Alley 1535 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz 9:00 PM Showtime.. Flor De Cana a septeto from Santa Cruz, plays high energy dance music, including Cuban Son, Colombian Cumbia and various other Caribbean styles. They blend obscure with the known, old time with the new, keeping true to the roots while creating their own sound. The impressive rhythm section, comprised of upright bass, guitar, cuban tres, button accordion, congas, bongo, timbales, maracas, guiro and bell is sure to get you moving. Add to that mix a solo trumpet, lead vocal, strong coro section and you have a sound that will inspire all audiences who want to see, hear and experience vibrant music. Candela! Highly recommended!!!!! $15 Cover Charge..

Saturday December 28th

SF Jazz 201 Franklin St, San Francisco 7:30 PM Showtime.. Ring in the New Year with the king of the funky saxophone and one of the primary architects of modern R&B, Maceo Parker. He spent the first half of his career in the service of funk’s founding fathers, and in his second act as a bandleader, the unrelentingly soulful saxophonist/vocalist has ascended into the funk firmament in his own right, leading a righteously grooving outfit that plays with ecstatic precision and ferocious drive. Joining Maceo is special guest is Dutch jazz/pop saxophonist Candy Dulfer. Highly recommended!!! $30/$50/$70 Cover Charge…

The Fillmore 1805 Geary Blvd, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime.. Highly regarded as one of the best live acts on the planet, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe merges funk, soul, rock, jazz, blues and more. His energy and spirit are contagious, while his songwriting serves a larger message of fellowship—across generations, genders, religions and cultures. Also on the bill is the funk, soul and jazz influenced group title The Motet. Highly recommended!!!!! $37.50 Cover Charge..

The Chapel 777 Valencia St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime.. From their inception two decades ago in Leeds, UK, the four-piece jazz fusion and bluesy funk band The New Mastersounds have wholeheartedly embraced the “old school” label – their sound rooted deeply in those classic soul jazz, boogaloo and funk albums on labels such as Blue Note and Prestige by artists like Wes Montgomery, Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGriff and Lou Donaldson. Opening up the show is a really good five-piece American Soul/Funk/R&B band based out of Lincoln, Nebraska Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal…Highly recommended!!!!!$25 Cover Charge..

The Lost Church 65 Capp Street, San Francisco 8:15 PM-10:30 PM Showtime…
Crying Uncle Bluegrass Band was founded in 2016 by Quale brothers Miles (age 15, on fiddle and vocals) and Teo (age 12, on mandolin and vocals). The brothers, who are State and National fiddle and mandolin champions have performed on stage with bluegrass bands Sideline and Special Consensus and renowned guitarist George Cole; and with their former band, Rambling Minors, they’ve opened for fiddler Michael Cleveland. This band is outstanding.. Highly recommended!!!! $20 Cover Charge..

Great American Music Hall 859 O’Farrell St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime. Two really great bands perform tonight. Cracker has been described as a lot of things over the years: alt-rock, Americana, insurgent-country, and have even had the terms punk and classic-rock thrown at them. But more than anything Cracker are survivors. Cofounders Lowery and Hickman have been at it for a quarter of a century — amassing ten studio albums, multiple gold records, thousands of live performances, hit songs that are still in current radio rotation around the globe (“Low,” “Euro-Trash Girl,” “Get Off This” and “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out With Me” to name just a few), and a worldwide fan base — that despite the major sea-changes within the music industry — continues to grow each year. Camper Van Beethovan‘s style mixes elements of pop, ska, punk rock, folk, alternative country, and world music. Highly recommended!!!!! $35-$59.50 Cover Charge..

Bottom of the Hill 1233 17th St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime.. Another good night of music at the “Hill”. Headlining the evening is Oakland based psychedelic soul band King Dream. Also on the bill is a San Francisco based psychedelic soul band Down Dirty Shake, Nyre, a San Francisco based garage psychedelic rock band and opening the show is San Francisco based alt indie rocker Mayya.. Highly recommended!!!! $15 Cover Charge..

Le Colonial 20 Cosmo Pl, San Francisco 8:00 PM-11:00 PM Showtime..
Robert Dehlinger & The Alpha Rhythm Kings is a swinging fun band led by Robert’s vocals and superb trumpet playing. This is a great band. Highly recommended!!!! No Cover Charge..

Revolution Cafe 3248 22nd St, San Francisco 5:00 PM-8:30 PM Showtime..
Westside Jazz Club, lead by the wonderful tenor saxophonist Scott Silverberg, is a collective of innovative jazz musicians performing jazz standards, challenging modern compositions and freshly-updated classics. I have seen this ensemble a number of time and they never disappoint.. Highly recommended!!!

Ashkenaz 1317 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley 7:30 PM 11:30 PM Showtime.. One doesn’t need a tux and gown to dance to the Mood Swing Orchestra, but the music presented under the leadership of saxophonist Michael Young is in the elegant ballroom style of big band East Coast Swing and Lindy Hop of classic big band dance hits of the 1930s and ’40s by Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Xavier Cugat, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, and Artie Shaw. The tunes are ageless: “Take the ‘A’ Train,” “In the Mood,” “Harlem Nocturne,” “Come Fly with Me,” and dozens more! Highly recommended!!!!!! $15 Cover Charge..

Cornerstone Craft Beer & Live Music 2367 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley 8:30 PM Showtime… Tommy Castro & The Pain Killers are blazing soul-blues rockers with a funky southern soul, big city blues sound with street-level grit and soul. This band will rock the house. Special guest is world class blues guitarist/singer and superb instrumental talent Chris Cain. Highly recommended!!!!! $29-$44 Cover Charge..

The Freight & Salvage 2020 Addison St, Berkeley 8:00 PM Showtime.. Harmonica master Charlie Musselwhite’s life reads like a classic blues song: born in Mississippi, raised in Memphis and schooled on the South Side of Chicago. A groundbreaking recording artist since the 1960s, Musselwhite continues to create trailblazing music while remaining firmly rooted in the blues. His worldly-wise vocals, rich, melodic harmonica playing and deep country blues guitar work flawlessly accompany his often autobiographical and always memorable original songs. Living Blues says, “Musselwhite’s rock-solid vocals creep up and overwhelm you before you know it. He plays magnificent harp with superb dexterity and phrasing. The results are amazing.” Highly recommended!!!!! $20-$40 Cover Charge.

Speisekammer 2424 Lincoln Ave, Alameda 8:30 PM Showtime.. Legendary American blues guitarist, singer, bandleader and record producer Steve Freund will be performing with his Big 3 group featuring Howell Devine‘s Pete Devine on drums & washboard and Joe Kyle on bass’.This is a show not to miss.. Highly recommended!!!!! No Cover Charge..

Yoshis 510 Embarcadero West, Oakland 8:00 PM & 10:00 PM Showtimes..
Con Funk Shun is a star-quality attraction delivering a superb, high-energy show with electrifying choreography, glistening six-part vocal harmonies, and a dash of humor. They are, unquestionably, among the heroes of funk with romantic ballads and dance-party hits galore. Memorable melodies, inventive horn arrangements and clav-guitar woven grooves, make the group absolutely essential to the evolution of funk. This shown should be a bang up way to enter the New Year. Highly recommended!!!!! $49-$89 Cover Charge. Per Show..

Mystic Theatre & Music Hall 23 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma 8:30 PM Showtime.. Monophonics is one of the best live soul bands I have ever seen! Raised amid the rich musical culture and history of the San Francisco Bay Area, Monophonics proudly carry the torch through the generations into today’s musical landscape. Holding on to tradition, but by no means purists of any kind, they play their own brand of music known as “Psychedelic Soul.” Highly recommended!!!!! $19 Cover Charge…

Sausalito Seahorse 305 Harbor Drive, Sausalito 9:00 PM Showtime..
Julio Bravo Y Su Orchestra Salsabor has been bringing hard hitting salsa to Bay Area salseros for nearly 20 years. Hailing from Peru, lead singer and band leader Julio Bravo brings together a talented group of musicians to create his own unique blend of energetic danceable salsa that has made them one of the Bay Area’s top salsa bands. Highly recommended!!!!!! $15 Cover Charge..

If you live in and around Santa Cruz you might want to check out

Moes Alley 1535 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz 9:00 PM Showtime.. Named for an Italian musical direction meaning with spirit, Con Brio is a San Francisco Bay Area seven-piece that plays energetic soul, psych-rock and R&B that’s as fresh and freethinking as the place they call home. With charismatic singer Ziek McCarter bringing “the dance moves, splits and all, of James Brown” (KQED) and a tight, veteran band that “comes across like a party punk version of Sly and the Family Stone” (Consequence of Sound), Con Brio is known to convert anyone who sees their electric live show.. Highly recommended!!!!! $20 Cover Charge..

Sunday December 29th

SF Jazz 201 Franklin St, San Francisco 7:30 PM Showtime.. Ring in the New Year with the king of the funky saxophone and one of the primary architects of modern R&B, Maceo Parker. He spent the first half of his career in the service of funk’s founding fathers, and in his second act as a bandleader, the unrelentingly soulful saxophonist/vocalist has ascended into the funk firmament in his own right, leading a righteously grooving outfit that plays with ecstatic precision and ferocious drive. Joining Maceo is special guest is Dutch jazz/pop saxophonist Candy Dulfer. Highly recommended!!! $25/$45/$65 Cover Charge…

Great American Music Hall 859 O’Farrell St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime. A very special evening featuring 2 sets with one of New Orleans’ best and funkiest bands to ever arise from the Crescent City Dumpstaphunk including a themed set with full Tower of Power horns + drummers David Garibaldi and Greg Errico playing the music of Tower of Power and Sly & The Family Stone!!. Highly recommended!!!!!! $40-$70 Cover Charge..

The Lucky Horseshoe Bar 453 Cortland Ave, San Francisco 4:00 PM-7:00 PM Showtime.. Bernal Hillbillies.. A great three hours of bluegrass music at a really great venue reminiscent of the jams at the Old Paul Saloon many years ago. N/C

Royal Cuckoo 3202 Mission St, San Francisco 7:30 PM Showtime.. Lavay Smith sings at the hippest bar in San Francisco, accompanied by Chris Siebert on the Hammond organ. You’ll love the vibe, the cocktails, and the world-class collection of vintage vinyl spinning for your listening pleasure. Highly recommended!!! N/C

Yoshis 510 Embarcadero West, Oakland 7:00 PM & 9:00 PM Showtimes.. Con Funk Shun is a star-quality attraction delivering a superb, high-energy show with electrifying choreography, glistening six-part vocal harmonies, and a dash of humor. They are, unquestionably, among the heroes of funk with romantic ballads and dance-party hits galore. Memorable melodies, inventive horn arrangements and clav-guitar woven grooves, make the group absolutely essential to the evolution of funk. This shown should be a bang up way to enter the New Year. Highly recommended!!!!! $37-$89 Per Show Cover Charge…

Mystic Theatre & Music Hall 23 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma 8:30 PM Showtime.. Two really great bands perform tonight. Cracker has been described as a lot of things over the years: alt-rock, Americana, insurgent-country, and have even had the terms punk and classic-rock thrown at them. But more than anything Cracker are survivors. Cofounders Lowery and Hickman have been at it for a quarter of a century — amassing ten studio albums, multiple gold records, thousands of live performances, hit songs that are still in current radio rotation around the globe (“Low,” “Euro-Trash Girl,” “Get Off This” and “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out With Me” to name just a few), and a worldwide fan base — that despite the major sea-changes within the music industry — continues to grow each year. Camper Van Beethovan‘s style mixes elements of pop, ska, punk rock, folk, alternative country, and world music. Highly recommended!!!!! $27.50 Cover Charge..

Video Pick Of The Week..

I wanted to share this great holiday music documentary with all of you.
Jingle Bell Rocks, directed by Mitchell Kezin, delves into the minds of some of the world’s most legendary Christmas music fanatics and hits the road to hang with his holiday heroes – including hip hop legend Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons of RUN-D.M.C., The Flaming Lips’ frontman Wayne Coyne, filmmaker John Waters, bebopper Bob Dorough, L.A. DJ and musicologist Dr. Demento, and Calypso legend The Mighty Sparrow. In his search for the twelve best, underappreciated Christmas songs ever recorded, Kezin both asks and answers the question, “Why, when Christmas rolls around, are we still stuck cozying up with Bing Crosby under a blanket of snow?” Equal parts social history, pop culture pilgrimage, and revealing character study, JINGLE BELL ROCKS! follows this motley crew of merry misfits as they confront the Christmas music mainstream, reinventing the seasonal soundtrack for the 21st century. With rollicking live performances, intimate interviews, and a kaleidoscope of touching and rare archive footage, JINGLE BELL ROCKS! is a cinematic sleigh-ride into the strange and sublime universe of alternative Christmas music. It’s also a mix-tape of twelve of the weirdest, wildest, most poignant Christmas songs you’ve never heard.

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