When asked by a publisher to put together a list of persons whom Paul had regarded in his lifestyle, he composed this response. In the future, he’ll share vignettes about a few of his experience with these people. (If some of them
particularly pursuits you, say the word and I’ll gladly indulge myself in just a little stroll down my very own personal Memory Lane. - P.M.)
“As a sixteen-year-out of date piano student at Morningside Height’s Juilliard University in New York I lived diagonally across Claremont Avenue in the International House, in which a young troubadour who lived just around the corner
on Riverside Drive and had just begun attracting attention on his weekly fifteen-minute radio software used to come around on Sunday afternoons with what he carefully called his git-tar and entertain anybody in the lobby with the
cornerstones of the repertoire that made him famous earliest as The Wayfaring Stranger and then as Burl Ives.
In the same everyday coincidental manner, I have enter into personal contact over the decades with a lengthy list of persons who sometimes became personal friends before fame had befallen them or after it already had. To cite only 1 further coincidental case in point, when I came back to New York 3 years later on as a brand-fresh nineteen-year-older Bachelor of Music as identified by the University of Texas, a little-known playwright in that case in California, who passed the antic name Tennessee Williams, did me a generous and crucial favor, despite the fact that he and I'd not meet privately until a number of months later.
Over the decades since that time, in more or less similar manner, my catalogue of friends, acquaintances, and fleeting but memorable personal contacts has come to add - amongst others - these:
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