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Bill Smith is a common name and could refer to the following people:

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Smith, Bill (577 words)
Imagine the Sound is also the title of a feature-length documentary film co-produced by Smith and Ron Mann in 1981 about the US musicians Bill Dixon, Archie Shepp, and Cecil Taylor, and the Canadian Paul Bley.
N.A.M.E., which became the Bill Smith Ensemble in 1980, comprised the violinist David Prentice and the bassist and cellist David Lee, variously assisted during the decade by the vibraphonist Larry Potter, the drummers Richard Bannard and Stich Wynston, and the guitarist Arthur Bull.
Smith also has prepared scores for several contemporary films and videos and has collaborated with a variety of performance artists in sound poetry and mixed-media events.
Meet the Masters: Saranac Lake Winter Carnival (229 words)
Bill Smith was the subject of this May 1, 2000 profile jointly produced for radio by Traditional Arts in Upstate New York and North Country Public Radio.
BILL SMITH of Colton is widely known throughout the Adirondacks and beyond as a master of many traditional arts of the region.
As a boy, Bill was fascinated by the ash splint basket making of Mohawk men who camped in the woods behind his family's house on their way to work in the lumberwoods.
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