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GUEST,Jim Clark...London...England Try my unique sound archive websiteć (13) Try my unique sound archive website 14 Sep 02


Just to let you know my old blues and folk music website is as dead as the Dodo,but my new sound archive is better organised (i'm still putting it together) and you can now choose the categories of sound file you would like to listen to ie..folk sounds,blues sounds.acoustic sounds,poetry sounds....Currently there are sound tracks in all the categories,but you'll find mumerous totaly unique musical sound poems.....my latrest posting is Padraic Colum's "Monkeys" poem set to music(Colum 1881 - 1972 wrote the irish folk classic"She moved through the fair"....anyway if you care to check me site over..you will find plenty of listening material....and theres plenty more to come...so do pop back and see whats new occasionaly..

http://groups.msn.com/acousticmusiciansandpoetssoundarchive

egards..

Jim Clark...videographer/sound recordist/archivist acoustic musicians and poets,and performance poet himself London..England


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