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CDA: Malcolm Cecil & Larry McMurtry

My brother Howard requested a CDA tribute to Malcolm Cecil. He wrote this:

”Another electronic icon has died. Malcolm Cecil was an important pioneer of early synthesizer exploration in the 70s. His TONTO (The Original New Timbral Orchestra) synthesizer (it took up a whole room!) is responsible for a lot of the fat, funky sounds on Stevie Wonder's biggest hits (Superstition, Boogie On Reggae Woman etc)... the TONTO record was really cool, too:”

And my mom alerted me to the death of Larry McMurtry, author of *The Last Picture Show,* *Lonesome Dove,* *Brokeback Mountain,* winner of the Pulitzer Prize and two Oscars. Here's a lovely profile from CBS Sunday Morning:

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