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Callywood Live with Bert Padell & Gregory Alper

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Bert Padell Business Manger to the Star"s The services that Padell & Associates provides its clients runs the spectrum of accounting and business management services. Our accounting department is staffed by numerous certified public accountants. We provided audits, review and compilation services to a variety of clients. Our accounting department clients are located all over the world. Our business management department takes care of all day-to-day financial transactions of our clients. PNFW's, State-of -the-Art sophisticated computer system assists the staff in daily operations of check deposits, bill paying and money transfers, etc. for our clients within moments notice across the globe. Clients are kept in touch with their cash flows and financial needs. PNFW issues monthly statements which indicate all monies going in and out of your account whether we are servicing your personal or business needs. Our office staff is equipped to issue cash flow statements as frequently as you need. ================================== Gregory Alper (tenor and soprano sax, composer, leader) - Composed for Indie Films, computer games - Warcraft. Gregory Alper Music School, director of Jazz Band for Children's Music workshop - winner of 3 emmys for Children/Youth Programming. Recorded in 1978, ‘Fat Doggie’ is a genre-defying fusion of jazz, funk, disco, soul and Latin. Solid rhythm section, tight horns, great tunes - imagine Average White Band, Santana, James Brown, Albert Ayler, & Tower of Power all on one album! The Greg Alper Band featured the finest jazz players in New York, including Richie Morales (Spyro Gyra, Brecker Bros), Chuck Loeb (Bob James, Fourplay) & Ray Anderson (Best Trombonist: Down Beat magazine critics poll 1987-91). Soul and Jazz and Funk review of Fat Doggie

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