Just Getting Good (music & film download)

by Val Vigoda

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1.
some things take a while to be ready for the world to see you gotta wait for the wine to take its time to get fine just like you gotta wait for me time stands still for no one but don't tell me that I'm running out with every passing day I'm more out of my own way getting rid of my last shadow of doubt I'm just getting good just getting good not gonna stop 'cause some statistic says I should I'm just getting good just getting good now I stand my ground where before I never stood I'm just getting good philosophers and whiskey paintings and redwood trees gotta be on this earth long enough to have worth and then get better by degrees this life would not be so funny without the little laugh lines by my eyes and the patience I've learned from all the times I been burned has made me just a little bit more wise I'm just getting good just getting good not gonna stop 'cause some statistic says I should I'm just getting good just getting good now I stand my ground where before I never stood I'm just getting good enough to not waste time or to gladly suffer fools good enough to call the shots and to know there are no rules good enough to realize there's nowhere I can't go and good enough to understand just how much I don't know I'm just getting good just getting good not gonna stop 'cause some statistic says I should I'm just getting good just getting good now I stand my ground where before I never stood I'm just getting good
2.
Level Up 04:05
so come out. you have been waiting long enough. you’re done with all the talk talk talk with nothing on the table. it’s time to come on out. there will be no sign from above. you’ll only hear the knock knock knock of your own heart as signal. if you are afraid, come out. if you are awake, come out. come out and level up. begin again. dynamite the dam on the flow. your body feels the tock tock tock of time as it hammers. lord we are all cinders from a fire burning long ago, but here it is the knock knock knock of your own heart that matters. if you are afraid, come forth. if you are alone, come forth now. everybody here has loved and lost, so level up and love again. call it any name you need. call it your 2.0, your rebirth, whatever – so long as you can feel it all, so long as all your doors are flung wide. call it your day #1 in the rest of forever. if you are afraid, give more. if you are alive, give more now. everybody here has seams and scars. so what. level up. let your faith die. bring your wonder. yes, you are only one. no, it is not enough but if you lift your eyes, I am your brother. and this is all we need. and this is where we start. this is the day we greet. this is the day, no other...
3.
let us pause in life's pleasures and count its many tears, while we all sup sorrow with the poor; there's a song that will linger forever in our ears; oh hard times come again no more. 'tis the song, the sigh of the weary, hard times, hard times, come again no more many days you have lingered around my cabin door; oh hard times come again no more. while we seek mirth and beauty and music light and gay, there are frail forms fainting at the door; though their voices are silent, their pleading looks will say oh hard times come again no more. 'tis the song, the sigh of the weary, hard times, hard times, come again no more many days you have lingered around my cabin door; oh hard times come again no more. ‘tis a sigh that is wafted across the troubled wave, ‘tis a wail that is heard upon the shore ‘tis a dirge that is murmured around the lowly grave oh hard times come again no more. 'tis the song, the sigh of the weary, hard times, hard times, come again no more many days you have lingered around my cabin door; oh hard times come again no more.
4.
painting pumpkins in the autumn forest dripping dewdrops in the summer glade making sure that every tree gets sunshine making sure that every tree gets shade and every blade of grass can grow weaving winter white among the branches frosting over every oak and pine sprucing up the springtime watercolors accentuating nature's grand design where you will find your place if you believe in who you are, who you were always meant to be if you do what you love and you set your spirit free in the twilight of winter you can find the heart of spring you can make wondrous things if you just spread your wings and fly taking what has washed up on the shoreline making something wonderful and new recognizing what you take for granted is what the world needs most of all from you it's simple - to thy self be true within you where it's been forever set it loose and let it guide you to believe in who you are, who you were always meant to be if you do what you love and you set your spirit free in the twilight of winter you can find the heart of spring you can make wondrous things if you just spread your wings and fly
5.
now I'm so in love with you and there's nothing I can do you're my everything and you make me sing that I'm so in love with you every time you fall you know I will be there there to take your hand and I, I'll be there to hear all you've got to say I will understand for I'm more alive when you're nearby and I don't know why but it's true that I'm so in love with you and there's nothing I can do you're my everything and you make me sing that I'm so in love with you. and every time you cry you know I will be there to kiss away your tears if you're frightened in the night I'll turn on the light and help you face your fears for I'm more alive when you're nearby and I don't know why but it's true that I'm so in love with you and there's nothing I can do you're my everything and you make me sing that I'm so in love with you. you, you make me crazy with your insatiable demands and your never-ending energy you, sometimes you slay me yeah you drive me to distraction then you look at me so tenderly you, you really bug me with your temper and your tantrums and your yelling and your running wild but then you come and hug me and all I feel is so in love with you my child now I'm so in love with you and there's nothing I can do you bring me joy my darling boy and I'm so in love with you... (countermelody) oh I am yours forever more oh never felt like this before so in love, so in love with you
6.
wanna be reckoned with, not pushed aside let every opinion loom a crazy misfit, makin' some mischief takin' a big bite out of the room oh, let the sparks fly, look you right in the eye unafraid I might offend can't wait a lifetime, this life of mine 'bout time I begin again just not one more day, no not one more day not another day like today, 'cause deep inside, there I stand larger than life no, I ain't gonna cry for help, this time I'll help myself leavin' all my past behind gonna take my aim, stake my claim be larger than life just not one more day, no not one more day not another day like today... deep inside, there I stand larger than life
7.
all of my strength, all my pride, these two eyes of blue everything I call my own first came from you age five: I ask why the ice melts - is it alive? you smile and talk to me as we drive you say everything changes when winter's gone ice melts and water flows on I looked around at the snow on the ground, and I saw... the sun growing hotter, the ice cracking free clear rushing water as it raced toward the sea, past me then came the silence, the fury, the wars that we'd wage our house was colder than hell, heated only by rage I grew tall and stopped asking why 'cause I knew it all the ice thick between us, a solid wall you tried with fire and you tried with steel only to reveal nature's strange design warmth can only come in time now the sun's growing hotter, the ice cracking free clear rushing water from you to me mother to daughter, the ice cracking free clear rushing water from you to me over in Killarney many years ago, my mother sang a song to me in tones so sweet and low. just a simple little ditty, in her good old Irish way, and I'd give the world if she could sing that song to me this day. "too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral, too-ra-loo-ra-li, too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral, hush now, don't you cry! too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral, too-ra-loo-ra-li, too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral, that's an Irish lullaby." now the sun's growing hotter, the ice cracking free clear rushing water from you to me mother to daughter, the ice cracking free clear rushing water from you to me
8.
so I call god up, and I'm kinda nervous but I call god up, I get his answering service, so I take a breath, make my voice all steady take another breath, and I think I'm ready, and I say on the line, could you tell the divine, that I'm here down below and I really wanna know: have we turned the corner? have we gone right 'round the bend? is it the end of the beginning? or the beginning of the end? have we crossed the border? can we get back home again? is it the end of the beginning, or the beginning of the end? and I don't hear back, but I'm in no hurry. but I don't hear back, and I start to worry, 'cause the days fly by, with no confirmation and then years fly by, and a desperation settles into my soul. I feel out of control so I hit redial and I wait and wait a while, and I wait and wait a while, and I wait and wait a while, and I wait and wait a while, just when I'm thinking that I oughta let it go now somebody picks up on the line and says, "yeah what?" I say "hello, sir, there's some things i'd like to know now, I open doors, I walk on through, and then they shut. I wonder if I shoulda tried another door, now did I choose right? and what's the future gonna bring?" he says "you little people always wanna know the score, now. you want a hint? well I will tell you just one thing:" he says: "you don't get to know. you don't get to know. you don't get to know. you don't get to know." then he drops the phone and he's disconnected and I'm all alone and I'm all dejected yet it gives me hope not the way he said it but it gives me hope yeah, I think I get it: choose a door and you're done. if your door was the right one, you won't know. and that's wise. it would ruin the surprise. have we turned the corner? have we gone right 'round the bend? is it the end of the beginning? or the beginning of the end? have we crossed the border? can we get back home again? is it the end of the beginning, or the beginning of the end? you don't get to know. you don't get to know. you don't get to know. is it the end of the beginning, or the beginning of the end?
9.
I'm low as a crater and filled with dust I feel like a traitor to the thought of us I hardly remember the heat of your hand memory fails me and crumbles like sand oh, hey ah, hey ah now my heart grows fonder through all these long long nights alone oh, hey ah, hey ah now my faith grows stronger soon I'll see your face I'm picking up the pace I am crossing land and sea and space I am coming home your voice sounds so distant on the line we chase every minute with a dollar sign all that I want is to comfort you my voice is my body… just without the view and I think it's gonna be a long, long time 'til touchdown brings me 'round again to find I'm not the man they think I am at home oh, no no no I'm a rocket man rocket man burnin' out his fuse up here alone and I think it's gonna be a long, long time I'm not the man they think I am at home Mars ain't the kind of place to raise your kids in fact, it's cold as hell and there's no one there to raise them if you did and all this science I don't understand it's just my job five days a week a rocket man rocket man and I think it's gonna be a long, long, time 'til touchdown brings me 'round again to find I'm not the man they think I am at home oh, no no no I'm a rocket man rocket man burnin' out his fuse up here alone and I think it's gonna be a long, long, time
10.
I look up to the little bird that glides across the sky he sings the clearest melody it makes me want to cry it makes me want to sit right down and cry, cry, cry I walk along the city streets so dark with rage and fear and I, I wish that I could be that bird and fly away from here I wish I had the wings to fly away from here but my, my I feel so low my, my, where do I go? my, my, what do I know? my, my, we reap what we sow they always said that you knew best but this little bird's fallen out of that nest now I've got a feeling that it might have been blessed so I've just got to put these wings to test for I am just a troubled soul who's weighted... weighted to the ground give me the strength to carry on till I can lay my burden down give me the strength to lay this burden down down, down, yeah give me the strength to lay it down but my, my I feel so low my, my, where do I go? my, my, what do I know? my, my, we reap what we sow they always said that you knew best but this little bird's fallen out of that nest now I've got a feeling that it might have been blessed so I've just got to put these wings to test *** blackbird singing in the dead of night take these broken wings and learn to fly all your life you were only waiting for this moment to arise blackbird singing in the dead of night take these sunken eyes and learn to see all your life you were only waiting for this moment to be free blackbird fly, blackbird fly into the light of the dark black night blackbird fly, blackbird fly into the light of the dark black night blackbird singing in the dead of night take these broken wings and learn to fly all your life you were only waiting for this moment to arise

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This is the entire album in downloadable audio format, along with the videos for each song.

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released December 9, 2016

NOTE FROM VAL


I'm absolutely elated to be launching Just Getting Good and getting it out into the world. It's about courage, authenticity, centeredness, boldness, and love… and, since recording this concert, huge changes in my life have challenged my assumptions about all of those. I planned this project feeling like everything in my life had been leading up to this moment: my unique, somewhat oddball skill set, my trusted collaborators, and everything I’ve learned about music, technology, and connecting with an audience. It felt like a powerful, joyous culmination of the last two decades.
And then, in the time between recording and release, nearly everything that I’d thought was certain turned out not to be: marriage, home, the city I live in, booking agent, manager, school for my son… so many of the tentpoles of life have fallen, making way for new ones to eventually take their place.
Though at first I reacted with confusion, anger and sadness, what all this has guided me to is a new attention to spirituality. And over time, with the support of many friends, I have felt my gratitude soar — as well as my capacity for love, acceptance, personal awareness and presence. In midlife, I feel I've just begun this journey… and so the timing of this release, though it's very different from what I had originally planned, actually seems perfect to me.
When I was born, my parents named me Valerie, meaning "valor" or "courage"; and I found out recently that the true, original meaning of courage is to "tell your story from the heart" (from the French "coeur").
Now, more than ever before, I'm ready to do that — starting here with this collection of songs, and honoring what's beautiful about the past in order to grow into an even more beautiful future.
Enjoy.

Love,

Val


September 2016
Seattle, WA
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releases November 21, 2016

Vocals, Electric Violin, Pedals, Percussion, Keys: Valerie Vigoda
Arrangements, Ableton Live Programming, Typical Record Producer Stuff: Brendan Milburn
Live Concert Direction: Makaela Pollock
Sound Design & Recording: Chris Luessmann
Video Projection Design: Jason Thompson
Lighting Design: Pablo Santiago-Brandwein
Set Design: Sibyl Wickersheimer
Costume Design: Ann Closs-Farley
Hair & Makeup: Cristina Waltz
Hair Color: Meli Batimana
Multi-Cam Director of Photography & Editor: Paul Wojciak
Additional Camera Operators: Willy Laszlo, Landis Stokes
Set Assistant: McLeod Benson
Electricians: Catherine Sowa & Phillip Powers
Kickstarter Consultant, Photography, Cat-Herding: David Rodwin
Post-Gig Cocktail Creation: Christopher Fülling
Audio Editing: Ben Tolliday
Audio Mixing & Mastering: Ben Wisch
Graphic Design: Christopher Frederick
All-Around Invaluable Assistance: Adriana Colón
Camera Operator for Bonus Interview: Paul Weatherman


Recorded live at Circle X Theatre, Atwater Crossing, Los Angeles, CA Dec 11-13, 2014.


THANK YOU, BELOVED KICKSTARTERERS:

Richard Aaron, Annette Adamska, William Adler, John-Mark Agosta, Greg Allen, Karen Allendoerfer, Matt Almos, Jonathan Alvear, Erika Amato, Eric Amick, Paley Anderson, Dale Anderson, Michelle Aptman, Denise Arsenault, Jonathan Asculai, Bevin Ashenmiller, Kevin Bannerman, Laurie Barilla, Liza Baron, Rachel Barreca, Doug Barry, Hannah Barudin, Julie Barudin Cole, Christine Skultety Bateman, Annette Bauer, Paula Beck, Steve Beckta, Jimmy Ray Bennett, Lindsay Berg, Merle Berman, Paul Berman, Mary Ellen Bernard, Sheri Biller, Mary Beth & Bob Blackmon & Clare Cat, Marty Bloch, Scott Bloom, Rob & Terry Bond, Cheryl Booton, Carl Boyer, David Bradley, Gary Braitman, Vianei Braun, David Brenner, Lisa Brewer, J. Brigham, Suzanne Brockmann, Paul Brown, Margaret Bumby, Eve Burns, Sarah Burns, Thomas Button, Tanya Button, Daniel Cainer, Andy Capone, David Carlton, Karen Carpenter, Gavin Carr, Steve Carroll, Lynn Carroll, Ronald Carroll, Lois Casaleggi, Shon Causer, Nick Cavarra, Cheri Chapman, David John Charcoal, Curtis C. Chen, Chris Chin, Seth Christenfeld, Eileen Christman, Crystal Ciancutti, Laral Cima, Scott Clemons, Tad & Kim Coburn, Peter Colgan, Carrie & Julie Collier, Eileen Collins, Sean Collins, Davide Collura, Rita Conley, Jeanne Cook, Carolyn Cope, Annie Corrao, Annie Corrao, Julie E. Coryell, Alison Cote, Dave Cottle, Joshua David Cotton, Steve Cowan, Kay Coyte, Bruce Cozadd, Chris Cramer, Don Crewell, Eden Cronce, Peter Curtiss, Wayne & Margaret Cutright, Margaret D'Arcy, Joy Dabbs, Andy Damis, Jeremy Daniel, Jon Daniels, Nate Daniels, Mark Danisovszky, Richard Davis, Victoria Ann Davis, Natasha Davison, Martha Deephanphongs, Jason Deleo, Thomas Demer, Joel Derfner, Tina deVaron, Eric deWaardt, Elise Dewsberry, Andrea Dexter, Mindi Dickstein, Joe DiPietro, Dayle Durrer Dooley, Julia Douglass, John Downey, Julie Felise Dubiner, Laurie Duncan, Katharine Dunlevy, Bob Dye, Scott Early, Lisa Eckstein, Ian Eisendrath, Stoney Emshwiller, Mary Tabor Engel, Christie Evangelisto, Kathy Evans, Gary Ezard, Daniel P. Faigin, Veronica Falcao, Trey Farmer, David Emerson Feit, Barbara Feldman, Christine Feorino, Anne Fifield, George Figueroa, Tanya Finkelstein, Sean P. Flahaven, Tom Flaherty, Maureen Fleischmann, Lewis Flinn, Dave Florio, Leslie Wu Foley, Lynda Fox, Scott Francis, Adam Frankl, Dan Freedman, Jackie Freedman, Kerry Frey, Markus Fromherz, Sara Fulton, Christopher Fülling, Jason T. Gaffney, Danielle Gaisior, Peter Galindo, Julie Garnye, Hutchinson Gellert, S. Nina Gellert, Elizabeth S. Gellert, Pier-Anna Generale, Julie Gerth, Nancy Gibbs, Jenny Giering, Jeff Glasse, Robert Gleason, Elliot Golden, Kelly Gonda, Katie Goodrich, Andrei Gorshenin, Margaret Gray, Samantha Greene, James Greenlees, Karen Griffiths, Louise Polzien Guilbault, Glenn Gundersen, Olli Haaskivi, Norma Hall, Anne Hambly, Anne Hamburger, Nick Hammond, B.J. Hance, Lesa Hardy-Bergeaud, Cathy Harkness, Harlan & Nanette, Jim Harp, Dana Harrel, John Hartmann, Barbara Hehner, Alexander Heilner, Shira Helft, James Henderson, Suzanne Heninger, John Hewitt, Mark Hilgart, Larry Hirschhorn, Brian Allan Hobbs, Grant Hogarth, Vera Hough, Bob Hurwitz, Adam Immerwahr, Jay Irwin, Mara Isaacs, Greg Jacobus, Susan Jason, Warren Jason, Jeff Jennings, Mark Johannes, Fletcher Johnson, Mary Slattery Johnson, Lindsay Jones, Bailey Jones, Boyd Jones, James Jordan, Thom Jorgensen, Jeffrey Joseph, Frank Juliano, Morton Julius, Michael Jung, Chip Justis, Jeff Kahan, Si Kahn, Nadine Kano, Ron Kardos, Peter Karpas, Judith Kastenberg, Billy Katz, Sheldon Kay, Patricia Kay, Leslie Kefauver, Rault Kehlor, Ann Kelsey, Jeffrey Kember, Terrie Kember, Sabrina Kemeny, Jason Kemp, Alan & Karen Kennedy, Erin McQuade Kennedy, Anne Kenny-Urban, Kristiana Kincaid, Bruce Kingsley, Brian Kitchell, Joseph Y. Kitsuta, Ann Klein, Steven Knittweis, David Kowalski, Clif Kranish, Adrianne Krauss, Daniel Krimm, Mark Kuhn, Laurie Laba, Charles Lagana, Tiffany Carmel Lake, Kevin Lancaster, Max Langert, Erika Langley, Christine Larson, Kerri-Anne Lavin, Jim Lazar, Henry Lefkowitz, Tasha Turner Lennhoff, Dee Leone, Lissa Levin, Stephen M. Levine, Aaron Levitz, Jenni Levy, Victoria Levy, Gene Lewin, Peter Lloyd, Jeffrey Lo, Margaret Lo, David J. Loehr, Matthew Loudon, AmberLea Loudon, Janet Loughlin, Richard Lowe, Jeff Lunden, Stephen Machnik, Kate Magill, Cherie Maharam, Alexis Maharam, Catherine Mallard, George Manthey, Laura Manthey, DeLane Marianowits, Ahrre Maros, Jennifer Joy Martin, Louis Martin, Janice Martin, Leigh Marz, Debbie Matsuura, Tattoo Matt, Maggie Matteson, Steve & Annie May, Robert McClung, Wade McCollum, Brian J. McDonald, Meredith McDonough, Margaret Mayo McGlynn, Ewan McNay, Andrew McVey, Michelle Meeker, W. Scott Meeks, Laura Meerkatz, Leda Meredith, Jonathan Mersel, Rohanna Mertens, Rich Mesch, Ed Mettee, Peter Mickelsen, Holly Middleton, Debby Milburn, Julie Milburn, Betsy King Militello, Beth B. Miller, Stacey Mindich Productions, Paul Mischler, Sarah Mixson, Dr. Gareth Moore, Curtis Moore, Elise Morris, Andrew Moskos, Rebecca Muench, Koji Mukai, Pete Muller, Joe Mullock, Eric Mumpower, Elisabeth Murray, Madeline Myers, Joe Nachison, Sandy Napel, Gordon Nash, Bethel Nathan, Robert Neblett, Tom Neff, Jean Nelson, Barry Newton, Mark Nichols, Kent Nicholson, Robert Niel, Stefan Novinski, John Nyman, David O, Ryan O'Connell, Cindy O'Connor, Kerry O'Malley, Patricia I. O'Reilly, Timothy C. Oberlies, Jeff Odell, Linda Olbourne, David Olesen, June Rachelson Ospa, Hamish Overend, Lola & Roland Owens, Karen Page, Russell Paris, Benj Pasek, Michael Patrick, Paul & Storm, Patty Paul, Mike Paulson, Jeff Penney, Bob Percival, Mark Perlman, Harry D. Perrin, Victoria Person, Lisa Peterson, Wendy Pfile, Carey Pickus, Beverly Piegaro, Duane Poole, Buzzy Porter, Paul Porzio, Mikel Poulsen, Rebecca Pridmore, Barbara Punt, Greg Quinlan, Linda Rafferty, Steve Ramm, Andrew Ratshin, Roger William Ray, Judith Redding, Scott Redstone, Marcy Reed, David Reiley, Dan Retzer, Beth Ricciardi, Mindy Richardson, Claire Rifelj, Michael Ritchie, Nick Robertson, Morgan Robinson, Shmuel & Chana Rochel Ross, Sharon Rodden, Elisabeth Rodgers, Judith Rodwin, David Rodwin, Debbie Romani, Timothy Rose, Brian Rosen, Ben Rosenthal, Holly Rosintoski, Phoebe Jevtovic Rosquist, Julie Rosser, Janet Roston, Dan Roth, Craig Round, Monique Rounsavelle, Alan Rowoth, Vickie Rozell, Kathryn Ryan, Adam Samuels, Mark Sanders, Phil Santora, Michelle Sargent, Jill Sazama, Joel Scharf, Wendy Schatz, Dovid Schick, Brent Schindele, Janine Schloss, Alexander Scholten, Amy Schott, Roland Schweitzer, Amy Scott, Marcia Scurfield, Denise Seehusen, Marc Segan, Rachel Sheinkin, Ev Shiro & Robert Kelley, Linda Shusett, Sharon Sibley-Weis, Richard Siegmeister, Greg Silas, Randy Simon, Sara Singer, Adam Sippola, Erica Slutsky, Moira Smiley, Mark Smith, Doug Smith, Jim Smith II, Alma & Stacy Smyth, Iness & Mike Snider, Togo Solar, Rachelle Solkowitz, Bryan Soronson, Julie Spahn, Jon Spaihts, Suzanne Spaihts-Mohns, Amy Spalding, Mary Sperry, Steve Spiegel, Robin Spielberg, Martha St. Jean, Andy Stack, Melinda Stanford, Glenn Steiner, Hal Stern, Ron Stern, Jennifer Still, Nick Stimler, Lori Stofft, Lesley Stolz, Star Straf, Bob Stupp, Pearl Sun, Kevin Surace, Lori Sutter, Margaret Talcott, Pier Carlo Talenti, Annette Tamm, Lance Tappana, Julie Taylor, Ferdso Tealeaf, Buddy Thomas, Manet Thompson, Charlie Tibbert, Christopher Tin, Ben Trigg, Henry Truong, Janet Tupua, Robert Tzudiker, Ken Umezaki, Kris Umezawa, Diederik van Middelkoop, Fernando Vasquez, Melanie Vasquez, John Verrico, Mark Vershel, Wendy Viellenave, Margot Vigeant, Bob Vigoda, Sarah Vigoda & Patricia Flannery, Cheryl Wachtel, Susan Wagner, Matthew Walker, Lois Wandersman, Ric Wasserman, Hilary Healey Watson, Julie Watt, Susan Weiner, Lila Weingast, Brian Weis, Steve Wexler, Christine Whalen, Mel White, Jim Whitfield, Bruce Whitney, Rick Widdifield, Shelly Williams, James Williams, Mark Wilson, Maria Wilson, Joseph Windowstosky, Kirk Wines, Christine Fakundiny Winston, Alan Winston, Robertson Witmer, Netta Wolf, Alycia Yerves, Christopher Yin & John Yoon, Sandy York, Christine Young, Alan Zachary, Brian Zack, Bradley Zebal, Seymour Zucker


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