Bruce Lloyd Kates

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Retired piano technician Bruce Lloyd Kates , who was born and raised in Los Angeles, wrote a song to underscore how special the hodgepodge of sprawl really is.

‘Lonesome for LA’: An ode to the City of Angels by Bruce Lloyd Kates

Retired piano technician Bruce Lloyd Kates , who was born and raised in Los Angeles, wrote a song to underscore how special the hodgepodge of sprawl really is.

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