I worked with Tracy a lot- some formally (getting paid) and a lot
informally- old friend conversations over the years. She was a terrific
executive in addition to her other attributes. A good team palyer so long
as she had the football. I liked her much.
I also produces a reissue or so for Jane in her later years. There was a
Betsy Someone who was a producer also at Columbia, also terrific. Dennis
This thread is not so much informative as a "this is your life" time-travel
trip for those of us who were active during those times.
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An interesting topic. Plus of course Tom's mother I'd think of Louise B.
M. Dyer, who founded Oiseau-Lyre. And (please correct me if my spelling's
incorrect) Jane Friedmann of Columbia/Epic and Tracey Sterne of Nonesuch