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Theo Travis
www.theotravis.com
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CD Reviews
Double Talk
Review by Gary Hill
A modern legend in both progressive rock and jazz circles, Theo Travis and crew have crafted a killer album that showcases both sounds.

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Theo Travis
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Theo Travis from 2009
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