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Archive for July, 2007

re: Bardin Booger

Sunday, July 22nd, 2007

  http://columns.ink19.com/unknownfla/BardinBooger.html

i live in bardin and its not eds its buds, and we are not a village they are puting more homes in ps.WE DO NOT LIVE IN TIKKI HUTS!!it has growed since 1992

Junior Varisty review

Sunday, July 22nd, 2007

re: http://www.ink19.com/issues/july2007/musicReviews/musicJ/juniorVarsity.html

Jen,
I love the review! But Matt Squire DID NOT produce this record! I did!
Thanks!!!
Mike Watts

The Swinging Richards

Tuesday, July 17th, 2007

re: http://search.ink19.com/cgi-bin/htsearch?words=James+Mann&format=long&method=and&sort=score&config=ink19&type=navbox

Question for James Mann, are there any Swinging Richards recordings available commercially? Short of scouring Dunwoody garage sales for 96Rock Home Cookin’ vinyl LPs?

The Swinging Richards

Tuesday, July 17th, 2007

re: http://search.ink19.com/cgi-bin/htsearch?words=James+Mann&format=long&method=and&sort=score&config=ink19&type=navbox

Question for James Mann, are there any Swinging Richards recordings available commercially? Short of scouring Dunwoody garage sales for 96Rock Home Cookin’ vinyl LPs?

my xmas gift cd, w/ new year’s theme

Tuesday, July 17th, 2007

re: http://www.ink19.com/issues/december2001/features/top19SongsOnThis.html
Hi guys.  My “crowd” is turning 50 this year.  My xmas gift to them will be a new year’s eve CD mix.  Do you have any great ideas?  My theme is simply  “songs about the night” so the first song will be “Werewolves of London.”  I want the definitive, alll-time best loosely-themed  “special night”  CD.  Any ideas would be appreciated.

Texas Gladden

Tuesday, July 17th, 2007

Re: http://www.ink19.com/issues/december2001/features/top19AlbumsThat.html

I read your “19 Albums that almost made my top 10” post earlier and this jumped out at me:

11) Texas Gladden, Ballad Legacy (Rounder)
…this record. Texas Gladden was Hobart Smith’s sister. This record captures her rough Appalachian voice in a variety of settings, mostly a capella — no one captures gloom and hope like Texas did. And her murder ballads are even more chilling than her brother’s.

Texas Gladden is my great-grandmother.  I was wondering if you all would have any idea where I could look for more information about her?  It’s funny – I know my great-grandmother’s name, but I don’t know her husband’s name or her parents or how many siblings she had.  And, obviously, I know my grandfather’s name, but he had ten brothers and sisters and I don’t even know if I know all of THEIR names and I’m just trying to start finding out a little bit more than I know.

Earl & Arch CDs

Tuesday, July 17th, 2007

re: http://www.ink19.com/issues/august2001/liveInk/strobe.html

I was trying to find some of earl and arches early acoustic cds. I have been unable to get to the last web address I had for them. If you have a new web address for them or know of a place that might have some of their older music it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time.
Kevin Zelasko