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Duke Ellington's assessment of Toronto and Canada

"Toronto was a unique place in those days [40s/50s].Artistic perspectives were adjusted to a strong natural state of individulaity. Everybody in Canada seemed to listen to what they enjoyed, and nobody could tell them what to like, or what was popular, or what was the in thing. Even today, it is very hard to brainwash a Canadian." - Duke of Ellington, 1973.

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