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Marion Marion's new website: lyrics/MP3/chords (15) RE: Marion's new website: lyrics/MP3/chords 08 Oct 08


Thanks to everybody for taking the time to check my site out. Sorry for the delay in following up on this thread - I've just gotten back from a week away.

GEST, I liked the links to the two hymns in Newfoundland Sealing Disaster - I think that's something new since I was last at your site. Those two hymns were both named in the book Death on the Ice (as well as a few others I don't remember).

Wilbyhillbilly, are people still requesting CDS from you (other than me)? If so, then yes, you should just refer them to me - the versions I have now are cleaner recordings since they were done in a studio and straight to digital. Also, there are several new songs I would choose to highlight in sending a mix.

Thanks Jed. Did you happen to check the influences page? I've got links to some of your stuff there. If playing my MP3s doesn't come easily to you, I'll be glad to send you a CD of my newer songs.

Sandy - I sure do want to go back to Cape Breton, if only for a visit. I'll figure that out eventually...

Technical question for anybody: is it easy/possible for visitors to my website to download my MP3s, the way they are now? I do want to give explicit permission to download, but wanted to be sure it's technically feasible before I state that on the homepage. FWIW, I built the site using the "iweb" program that came built in with my Mac, and am hosting it on Mac's "mobileme" service.

Cheers, Marion


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