The Man Who Helped Create The Music Biz

Norman Granz is without doubt one of the most essential names within the music enterprise that you just’ve doubtless by no means heard of. Granz’s story is much like that of so many individuals who labored within the music and leisure business that blossomed between the wars. He, like a lot of his contemporaries, was eager to embrace the intense new future supplied by the music enterprise. What made him distinctive, nevertheless, was his sense of justice, equity, and equality, and – in fact – his unimaginable ardour for jazz.

Early days

Because the final main German offensive on the Western Entrance was coming to its shut on August 6, 1918, two Russian Jewish immigrants who had arrived in the US individually, moved to Los Angeles, met and married, had been having their first son. They named him Norman.

Norman’s father, Morris, labored within the clothes enterprise, and the religious Hebrew household lived in an built-in space of Los Angeles, near Central Avenue. Norman’s first language was Yiddish. It was solely as soon as he had gone to highschool that he realized to talk English.

The household had moved south from Los Angeles to Lengthy Seaside as a result of Morris managed a division retailer. Norman obtained his first perception into America’s racial tensions whereas residing in Lengthy Seaside – he watched the Ku Klux Klan marching by means of the streets of the town.

Across the time Norman graduated from junior excessive in 1932, the household moved to Boyle Heights, a neighborhood east of Downtown Los Angeles, after the shop wherein Morris labored closed in the course of the Melancholy. On returning to Los Angeles, Morris Granz discovered work as an itinerant clothes salesman, however by all accounts, his profession by no means actually obtained out of first gear.

Norman enrolled within the Theodore Roosevelt Excessive College in Boyle Heights, and amongst his contemporaries was Herb Klein, who would turn into Richard Nixon’s Director of Communications, and Archie Inexperienced (previously Greenstein), one other son of Russian immigrants who, though born in Canada, turned one in all America’s foremost folklorists. Norman was tall, sporty, an excellent tennis participant, and was quickly launched to extra critical issues by his good friend Archie who inspired him to learn political magazines, particularly, The New Republic, a publication with an agenda that targeted on the serfdom of inequality. Whereas most individuals are likely to turn into much less radical as they grow old, for Granz this was not the case.

Granz labored in a clothes retailer on Saturdays whereas nonetheless in highschool, and continued to flirt with politics, exhibiting indicators of embracing Communism, one thing he did extra totally later when he joined the musicians’ department of the Los Angeles Communist Occasion. Previous to the conflict, he had the view {that a} socialist world supplied folks far better hope. In 1935, Granz graduated from highschool and virtually instantly began work within the Los Angeles Inventory Alternate with a view to coming into UCLA in 1936 – he was there for 2 years earlier than dropping out.

An introduction to jazz

Granz’s curiosity in music and keenness for jazz, particularly, got here because of a recording session on October 11, 1939 in a studio in New York Metropolis, wherein Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra put down 4 titles. The tenor saxophonist had solely simply returned from a few years in Europe and among the many sides he recorded was “Physique and Soul.” Shortly after it was launched, it made it onto the Billboard bestsellers checklist on January 27, 1940. In accordance with Granz, a few years later, “I heard ‘Physique and Soul’! That launched me to actual jazz.”

At that time limit, white and black folks, by and enormous, went to see totally different bands and loved a really totally different sort of leisure. Central Avenue in central Los Angeles had since 1920 been the epicenter of the black neighborhood within the metropolis, with jazz at its coronary heart. In accordance with Wynton Marsalis, “Central Avenue was the 52nd Avenue of Los Angeles.” Granz knew the golf equipment within the space effectively, and it was his rising curiosity in jazz that drew him to the night time spots which definitely had many much less white clients than black. Granz was additionally listening to jazz on the radio in an period when nightly exhibits had been broadcast from golf equipment in Chicago and New York. The thought was beginning to kind in Granz’s thoughts: What if folks had been in a position to go and hearken to jazz in environment that did justice to the music?

Granz had a second, year-long spell at UCLA that ended within the early summer season of 1941, nevertheless it didn’t earn Granz a level. He left with out incomes the required credit, and rapidly volunteered for the Military Air Corps in the summertime of 1941 because it turned clear that the US was probably going to enter the conflict.

His entrée into Los Angeles jazz circles

One musician who did impress Granz round this time was Lester Younger, who had moved to Los Angeles and was showing along with his brother Lee’s band on the Capri nightspot. Granz additionally met Nat King Cole and, virtually instantly, the 2 males turned shut associates. Cole was Granz’s entrée into Los Angeles jazz circles, whether or not these of resident musicians or visiting ones. Via Cole he met each Rely Basie and Artwork Tatum, two extra musicians who would play a big half in his future.

Granz noticed Duke Ellington’s band on the Apex, subsequent to the Dunar Resort on Central Avenue the place the band stayed. It was, based on the Los Angeles Occasions, “the gathering spot for the crème de la crème of black society, the lodge for performers who might entertain in white resorts however stay awake in them.” He additionally met Billie Vacation, trumpeter Roy Eldridge, and singer Anita O’Day briefly order. These musicians – and nearly each different artist he encountered round this time – would finally play a big half in his skilled life.

In the meantime, Granz failed his flight take a look at, so he left the Military Air Corps at first of 1942. He instantly took a bus throughout the nation to go to New York Metropolis and particularly 52nd Avenue – the most well liked place to see the perfect jazz in the US. He stayed for a number of months, getting some non permanent work on Wall Avenue and hanging out with musicians, particularly Roy Eldridge, the person nicknamed “Little Jazz,” who would stay one in all Granz’s closest musician associates. (He additionally met Ellington saxophonist Johnny Hodges on this journey.)

By the early summer season of 1942 Granz was organizing Sunday afternoon jam periods on the Trouville on Beverly and Fairfax, a membership owned by Billy Berg. Among the many hurdles Berg and Granz needed to overcome was figuring out a deal between the native black and white musician’s union branches. As soon as they’d ironed issues out, the periods that includes Lee and Lester Younger, and Nat King Cole’s Trio turned a powerful success.

Every little thing got here to a halt

For quite a lot of weeks they went forward with members of whichever band was on the town, together with native musicians. Cole was just about the home pianist and plenty of extra of the artists who wound up recording the Clef, Norgran and Verve labels performed these periods. Most notable of all was the truth that the periods had been utterly built-in. A month after the primary jam session, Norman Granz supervised the primary of what can be many hundreds of recording periods, though this one, that includes Lee and Lester Younger was actually meant to be a personal affair. They minimize “Indiana,” “Physique And Soul,” “I Can’t Get Began,” and “Tea For Two.” Nat King Cole performed piano – they’re merely elegant recordings. Nonetheless, in August 1942 when Granz was drafted, the whole lot got here to a halt.

Nonetheless, jam periods had been began at quite a lot of totally different golf equipment, particularly Monday nights on the 331 Membership the place Nat King Cole’s Trio was the home band and Billy Berg’s Swing Membership on Tuesdays. Shortly after Granz’s discharge from the military, Cole was signed to Capitol Data and had his first hit in December 1943 with “All For You.”

It was round this time that Granz additionally turned ever extra radical in his views on race, and commenced to imagine that music had an element to play in breaking down the partitions of segregation. By October, Granz was that includes white musicians taking part in with black musicians and these extra high-profile gigs had been attracting consideration from the bosses of the non-integrated black and white musician’s unions.

By 1944, Granz was trying to upscale his membership jam periods. The consequence took form in Music City, a small corridor on Jefferson and Normandie, near the College of Southern California. By staging these live shows in a corridor – albeit not a really massive one – with seating and lighting, Granz was making an attempt to take jazz out of the dimly lit, smoke-filled golf equipment into a really totally different enviornment. Music City might maintain not more than 200 folks and the primary session in February featured Illinois Jacquet, Barney Kessel on guitar, and J. C. Heard on drums together with the ever-present Nat King Cole. Key to Granz’s plans for presenting jazz in a brand new and modern approach was the truth that he paid the musicians at ‘scale’ – the accepted fee for a three-hour session being $11. Regardless of the place being full and the viewers paying a greenback a head to get in, Granz nonetheless misplaced cash.

By July 2, 1944, issues had been again on monitor, however on a a lot bigger scale. Granz had employed the Philharmonic Auditorium, the standard dwelling of symphony live shows, to stage a jazz live performance. On West fifth Avenue and Olive Avenue, it was opened in 1906 because the Temple Auditorium with a manufacturing of Aida, changing into the Philharmonic Auditorium in 1920 when the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra made it their dwelling. For Granz’s live performance, based on DownBeat, “children went wild over screaming excessive notes produced by Illinois Jacquet’s tenor sax. They squirmed with glee as guitarist Les Paul produced novelty sound results.” The live performance was in help of The Sleepy Lagoon Protection League, a combating fund for the twenty-four alleged gang members who had taken half within the ‘Zoot Swimsuit Riots’ of 1943, a incontrovertible fact that attracted some high-profile media protection.

Jazz on the Philharmonic

The second Jazz on the Philharmonic live performance adopted on July 30 and earlier than the yr was on the market had been two extra. There have been common live shows all through 1945 and a closing live performance passed off in January 1946. Whereas these live shows had been happening, Granz additionally organized a brief tour for the JATP. What made these exhibits particular was the range of gamers. By welcoming musicians that had been stylistically at odds, Granz ignored the jazz wars that had been raging on the time. He gave no heed to traditionalists versus swing versus the be-boppers. In so doing, he helped jazz transfer to a spot the place these labels turned much less essential.

Within the spring of 1946, a extra formidable tour was organized, and amongst these taking part was Charlie Parker, who had already carried out on the Philharmonic, regardless of some erratic conduct introduced on by his heroin dependancy. Others who joined the spring tour that included a gig at Carnegie Corridor in New York Metropolis had been Billie Vacation, Lester Younger, Coleman Hawkins, Buddy Wealthy, Sarah Vaughan and the stride pianist, Meade Lux Lewis.

The publicity that the JATP was getting elevated as among the exhibits had been broadcast on the radio. But in addition central to Granz’s technique was the best way he promoted his live shows. He left nothing to probability; there have been radio advertisements, newspaper advertisements, billboards, and press releases extolling the advantage of the JATP. It’s honest to say that Norman Granz did a lot to pioneer the enterprise of contemporary music touring. What we now take without any consideration when an artist or band excursions might not have been solely all the way down to Granz, however his operation had a degree of refinement that few others achieved.

Granz’s masterstroke was to report the live shows. He was additionally starting to provide different artists within the studio on a contract foundation for some Los Angeles report labels. It was all a part of the twenty-six-year-old Norman Granz studying the craft that may change the face of jazz in the US and, in the end, the world.

His first report label

In June 1947, Granz based Clef Data. His first report label was initially an imprint inside Mercury Data, which was itself solely a few years outdated. Clef started releasing 78-rpm information of newer JATP live shows, amongst them the unofficial anthem of JATP, “How Excessive The Moon,” plus “JATP Blues” and “Perdido.” Most essential of all, Granz retained possession of the JATP recordings; they didn’t belong to Mercury, which meant that wherever he had a label deal he might launch the recordings, one thing that proved profitable when he arrange Verve Data in 1956.

Apart from his strategy on issues of race, Granz was feisty in his dealings with nearly everybody. This included Joe Glaser, Louis Armstrong and Billie Vacation’s supervisor and agent. Granz needed to stage a Carnegie Corridor live performance in November 1947 as a profit present for Billie, who was serving a jail sentence on narcotics fees on the time. Glaser flatly refused, saying she didn’t want the cash. Threats had been issued between the 2 males, and finally the live performance turned a fundraiser for the NAACP – The Nationwide Affiliation for the Development of Coloured Individuals.

Ella Fitzgerald joined the JATP in February 1949 at Carnegie Corridor, marking the start of her decades-long involvement with Norman Granz, a relationship that was not at all times straightforward, however one which definitely benefited each of them, professionally and financially. Throughout the latter a part of the yr, Oscar Peterson entered Granz’s life – he and Ella turned two of the most important attracts on the JATP live shows. On the recording entrance, in 1949 Mercury started issuing JATP recordings on long-playing information.

Taking jazz to the world

In 1950, Granz’s technique for bringing jazz to the remainder of the world took a transatlantic leap ahead when he started plotting to take the JATP to Europe. Getting Ella on the JATP was straightforward in contrast with Granz’s need to imagine management of her recording contract. Ella had been with Decca Data since her days with Chick Webb and his Orchestra, and whereas Granz felt that their recording decisions weren’t at all times greatest for her, they, like different report firms, needed hit information. There was no denying that Ella’s days of huge hit singles had been far behind her by 1950. Nonetheless, Granz needed to signal Ella to his label, however his efforts had been thwarted by her long-time supervisor Moe Gale who had energy of legal professional over Ella’s recording deal and re-signed her to Decca in October 1951 for an additional 5 years. Granz was in for an extended wait.

It was in 1950 that Granz launched his 78-rpm limited-edition album entitled The Jazz Scene. It was a outstanding concept that he retailed at $25; each one was numbered, and it included lovely pictures by Gjon Mili. It was an innovation approach forward of its time, on condition that at this time limited-edition field units are the norm for report firms.

Spring 1951 was when JATP was speculated to hit Europe. Nonetheless, resulting from arguments concerning the musicians’ charges, the tour didn’t happen. Europe needed to wait a complete yr earlier than the JATP arrived. When it did finally occur, the tour opened in Stockholm, earlier than taking part in cities like Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Malmö, Paris, Amsterdam, Zurich, Lausanne, Brussels and The Hague. There have been no dates within the UK, because the Musician’s Union wouldn’t sanction a charity efficiency.

By 1953 the long-playing report was changing into ubiquitous, significantly in the US, and Granz appeared extra snug with it as a medium for his jazz message than many different producers. The truth that most of the jam periods went on approach longer than the common size of a aspect of a 78-rpm report meant that solely now might report patrons hear them of their uninterrupted glory. Apart from issuing JATP information on Clef, Granz recorded – amongst others – Stan Getz, Ben Webster, Roy Eldridge, Charlie Parker, Rely Basie, Buddy Wealthy, Teddy Wilson, Buddy DeFranco, Dizzy Gillespie, Artwork Tatum, Lester Younger, Gene Krupa, Woody Herman, and Lionel Hampton – a digital who’s who of jazz.

In November 1953, Granz took JATP to Japan, taking part in over 20 live shows in Tokyo and Osaka. Regardless of this being simply eight years from the top of the conflict, the tour was embraced by audiences. Amongst these showing had been Ella Fitzgerald, Ben Webster, Benny Carter, Oscar Peterson, Herb Ellis, and the Gene Krupa Trio. The JATP lastly performed in London in 1953; the Musicians Union relented they usually performed a profit live performance for the victims of the horrible floods that had killed over 300 folks.

Changing into Ella Fitzgerald’s supervisor

The next yr, Granz lastly turned Ella Fitzgerald’s supervisor and it heralded the start of one of the crucial glittering physique of labor by any jazz artist – partially all the way down to Granz’s astute judgment and canny dealing with of his star’s profession. Granz additionally shaped Norgran Data within the spring of 1954 with the label’s first albums coming from Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz, Buddy DeFranco, and Johnny Hodges, who had lately gone solo, having been with the Duke Ellington Orchestra for twenty years. In accordance with Granz: “Clef was too filled with expertise and was unable to deal with the releases adequately.” To distinguish the 2 labels Granz mentioned: “Clef was to deal with jazz within the swing custom, whereas Norgran was to deal with the cooler crowd.”

As Ella’s supervisor, Granz’s first process was to extricate her from her Decca contract. His concepts as to tips on how to report and current Ella diversified very a lot from what Decca felt was the precise approach. Ultimately, based on Mo Ostin, who was Verve’s monetary controller and who would later turn into one of the crucial highly effective and well-respected figures within the music enterprise: “Signing Ella was a fluke. Decca had recorded the soundtrack to The Benny Goodman Story and among the many musicians on it had been Gene Krupa and Stan Getz, each of whom had been below contract to Norman. He simply pressured them to offer him Ella’s contract as Decca was determined to place out the film soundtrack.” Granz would have finally secured her recording contract, however due to this maneuver, he obtained Ella eighteen months early.

The start of Verve

With Ella’s contract safe, Granz determined there was just one factor to do. Begin a brand new label to turn into the automobile for her information. On the similar time, he deliberate to fold his present two labels into the brand new enterprise. Granz made the announcement that he was beginning Verve on Christmas Eve 1955.

Initially of 1956, Granz started recording Ella in her first session away from Decca in 20 years. Their first go to to the studio was on the finish of January when she did some sides that turned singles. The next week, Ella was again within the studio with Buddy Bregman arranging and conducting, with Granz producing what was to turn into the template for the center and soul of Ella’s Verve recordings – the Songbook Sequence. On February 7 at Capitol Data studio in Los Angeles, the identical studio wherein Frank Sinatra recorded all his traditional albums, Ella recorded ten songs for what would turn into Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Songbook. It’s important listening, a report that no jazz fan must be with out.

Central to Granz’s technique to show Ella into an even bigger star was to get her out of the golf equipment and into higher venues. He moved her onto the lodge circuit, taking part in such prestigious dates because the Starlight Room of New York Metropolis’s Waldorf Astoria. This mixed with Granz’s decided strategy to her recording profession earned him the status of a Svengali-like supervisor. It was justified, and so had been the outcomes. Not everybody appreciated what Granz did; definitely some performers – amongst them Mel Tormé who recorded for Verve – noticed Granz as extra dictator than Svengali, however even those that disliked him definitely couldn’t argue along with his success.

Earlier than the yr was out, Granz had additionally pulled off the masterstroke of recording Ella alongside Louis Armstrong in what have turn into among the best-loved albums within the Verve catalogue. Ella And Louis (1956) and Ella And Louis Once more (1957) together with Porgy And Bess (1957) – the primary two with Oscar Peterson and the final one with Russ Garcia’s Orchestra – are jazz masterpieces.

In June 1956, Granz recorded Billie Vacation for the autobiographical album Woman Sings The Blues. In that yr, there have been over 100 periods at which many lots of of sides had been recorded from a various vary of artists that included Blossom Dearie, Sonny Stitt, Stuff Smith, Tal Farlow, Harry Edison, and, in fact, Oscar Peterson. There have been additionally periods with non-jazz artists that included Pete Seeger, Huge Invoice Broonzy, The Ink Spots, and actress/singer Jane Powell. Verve was already on its approach to changing into a powerhouse within the American recording business, with considered and profitable abroad offers serving to to unfold the phrase.

Round this time, the FBI interviewed Granz about his alleged Communist previous. Whereas the McCarthy witch hunts had largely ended, the scourge of Communism was by no means removed from America’s and J. Edgar Hoover’s thoughts at the moment, and regardless of Granz’s clearly capitalist rules, the FBI had been anxious to make sure that there was not a Pink lurking among the many jazz fraternity, which nonetheless had a status as a wayward world. Initially, the State Division withdrew Granz’s passport, however quickly returned it after he sued them. For the remainder of his life, the problems surrounding these incidents resonated with Granz.

The top of an period

One other important change in Granz’s life was the cessation of JATP excursions in the US in 1957. Occasions had modified, not least due to George Wein’s Newport Jazz Competition that had begun in 1954. It meant that the 18th nationwide tour of JATP was the top of an period. Nonetheless, it was nonetheless an unbelievable lineup of musicians, together with Ella, Oscar, The Pres, The Hawk, and Stan Getz, nevertheless it additionally included trombone participant J. J. Johnson and the Fashionable Jazz Quartet.

In 1959, Norman Granz moved to Lugano in Switzerland. His abroad JATP excursions had been nonetheless going sturdy and he might simply do his work from Europe. (His rising curiosity in artwork and European tradition additionally drew him to Switzerland.)

A yr earlier, Granz had begun working extra intently with Duke Ellington and ended up managing him for a lot of the subsequent decade. It was a practical transfer on Ellington’s half; he wanted to maneuver his profession alongside, as altering tastes in music had been clear for all to see. Even Verve had signed a younger rock ’n’ roll artist by the title of Ricky Nelson. (Though to be honest, this had nothing to do with Granz.)

Following his transfer to Switzerland, Granz started branching out in his live performance work. He not solely put collectively the JATP packages, however he additionally acted because the live performance’s promoter in some situations. On the musical entrance, the loss of life of each Lester Younger and Billie Vacation signaled a change within the jazz panorama. Charlie Parker had additionally died in 1955, and it was clear that a few of what Granz had been doing was constructed on his private preferences. Among the artists recording for Verve by the top of the last decade had been to not his liking – not that he ever turned down anybody who may generate income for the corporate. For Granz, there was no dichotomy in creating wealth and being principled. The cash from the early live shows had helped develop the report labels, and cross-promotion between his two actions made full sense. In the meantime, Ella’s persevering with journey by means of the Nice American Songbook was proving a success with report patrons and critics alike – a novel and uncommon synergy.

Saying goodbye to Verve

Then in 1960, on the peak of his success, Norman Granz made what to some was a stunning choice. He determined to promote Verve Data. His causes had been exhaustion and a falling out of affection with the report business. Maybe as a measure of the respect for Granz as a report govt, the take care of MGM Data stipulated that Granz couldn’t report artists for seven years. The worth for promoting Verve was $2.5 million, which might be the equal of round £25 million at this time; considerably, Granz was the corporate’s sole proprietor.

Freed from the day-to-day working of a report firm, Granz focused on managing each Ella and Oscar Peterson and organizing the JATP European excursions. Having made some huge cash from the sale, Granz was additionally free to pursue a few of his pursuits away from music, particularly artwork. In 1968, Granz met Pablo Picasso and finally collected quite a few works by the artist; he even named his dwelling in Switzerland “The Home of Picasso.” Then in 1972 Granz shaped Pablo Data to launch recordings by artists that he managed, together with Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson and Joe Go, in addition to Duke Ellington, Rely Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, and Sarah Vaughan.

5 years earlier, Granz had put JATP again on the highway in the US with a 25 metropolis tour headlined by Ella, Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Coleman Hawkins, Benny Carter, Zoot Simms, and Clark Terry. All through the intervening years, the JATP excursions of Europe continued; these included a JATP live performance in London that starred Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, Zoot Sims, Benny Carter, Louis Bellson, Coleman Hawkins, and blues legend T-Bone Walker.

Apart from his pursuits in jazz and artwork, Granz was additionally fascinated by literature, particularly the author P. G. Woodhouse. Add to {that a} persevering with love of tennis and a ardour for meals and wine, and the picture of an actual Renaissance man is obvious for all to see. In his early fifties, Granz was as busy as ever – he additionally in 1974 married his third spouse, Grete Lyngby, a Danish graphic artist. Throughout a lot of the subsequent decade, he recorded numerous live shows on the Montreux Jazz Competition, which got here out on Pablo Data. Granz additionally hung out in the US, when the chance arose to make information with the artists he most admired.

A person who modified the best way we hearken to music

In 1987, Fantasy Data acquired Pablo and with it over 300 information, together with many beforehand unissued recordings of Granz’s. Following the sale of Pablo, Granz continued to handle each Ella Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson, however their careers weren’t as busy as they was once. In 1995, Granz produced Improvisation, a movie retrospective of most of the artists he had labored with; it consists of unseen footage of Charlie Parker that he and Gjon Mili filmed in 1950. The next yr Ella Fitzgerald died.

Throughout his lifetime, Granz obtained few honors. He was supplied a lifetime achievement award from the Nationwide Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences in 1994, however in a attribute gesture, he declined it, saying merely, “I believe you guys are a bit of late.” Then in 1999, he obtained a Lifetime Achievement Award from Jazz on the Lincoln Heart. Oscar Peterson accepted the award on Granz’s behalf.

Granz proved to be a campaigner to the top. In 1996 he despatched a handwritten fax to President Clinton, complaining that, “For somebody who professes to like jazz as a lot as you do, it’s unhappy that you just didn’t title a jazz musician to your Arts Award; particularly when Benny Carter the final of the giants of jazz who, at 88 years of age remains to be actively taking part in superbly… All this discuss of jazz being the one really uniquely American artwork kind apparently has gone proper by you. Pity.” He by no means obtained a reply, however in 2000 Benny Carter received that medal. Granz by no means did get such an award.

On November 21, 2001, two years after his lifetime achievement award, Norman Granz died from most cancers in Switzerland. He was distinctive, onerous to get near, onerous for many individuals to love, however he single-handedly modified the best way we hearken to music, whether or not in a live performance corridor or on report. He was an authentic who cared for America’s one true artwork kind, serving to to make Verve the sound of America.

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