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- He knew the lyrics of some two hundred hymns and ballads-a repertoire ranging from "The Old Rugged Cross" to Cole Porter-and, in addition to the guitar, he could play the harmonica, the accordion, the banjo, and the xylophone.1 — Last To See Them Alive (64% in)
- Green, a suavely tough little septuagenarian, has an imposing reputation among his peers, who admire his stage craft-a repertoire of actorish gifts that includes a sense of timing acute as a night-club comedian's.4 — The Corner (56% in)
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