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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,Rayco
Date: 30 May 19 - 06:42 PM

Edit My email is raycohoff@hotnail.com btc


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,Rayco
Date: 30 May 19 - 06:34 PM

Hallo,

Could you to please tell me where 8 can get the original song San Mescalito from Sean Gagnier? Please? On whirch music/data storage medium ever.., please,,,

Thanks


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,bankley
Date: 03 Mar 10 - 08:38 AM

Mary, I'll pass your message on to her... we still are in touch.. R.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Lizzie Cornish 1
Date: 03 Mar 10 - 03:34 AM

Awww..that's a nice 'late' message. :0)


Mary, if you read this, Bruce is playing in Montreal in a few days time...Here are the dates and venues:

March 5: Cafe NamasThe in Ormstown, Quebec
Cafe Namas The


March 6: Yellow Door Coffee House in Montreal, Quebec
The Yellow Door Coffee House



March 12: Side Door Coffee House in Pierrefonds (Montreal), Quebec
The Side Door Coffe House


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,Mary Gagnier (Gonyea) Sean's sister!
Date: 02 Mar 10 - 10:16 PM

Hi Cat.
Oh, my God...three years after you posted that comment to me on Bruce's blog, here I am (promptly, yuk yuk) responding to you. I too have thought of you many many times over the years and wondered how you were doing. I am here in Montreal, and we have so much to catch up on. Please reply and I will watch for your posting!!!

When you do, please send me your email.

By the way, Perle has asked for you dozens of times over the years, and she now works in Toronto area, still in medicine. Love! Mary


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Bee
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 05:57 PM

It was a treat to meet you, Beer. Hope the experience is repeated. ;-)


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Beer
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 05:35 PM

Met a very fine lady this morning. We spent about 2 hours getting to know one another and shared stories about Mudcat and Music. Wonderful voice as well. Thank you Bee for inviting me in.
adrien


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Bee
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 04:33 PM

Goodonya, Bruce. Couldn't listen, or attend the festival, but the reviews are real good. ;-)


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: gnu
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 04:23 PM

Solvency is a good thing to solve.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Beer
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 07:53 AM

A few things to solve.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: C. Ham
Date: 24 Aug 07 - 03:40 PM

If there is a next year, Noah is high on my list.

If??????


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Beer
Date: 24 Aug 07 - 03:17 PM

If there is a next year, Noah is high on my list.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: C. Ham
Date: 24 Aug 07 - 02:14 PM

I was just listening to Mike Regenstreif interviewing Noah Zacharin on yesterday's Folk Roots/Folk Branches and Mike and Noah were talking about David Bromberg. Noah said something about Bromberg touring again after many years and Mike responded by saying something along the lines of (I'm paraphrasing) sometimes an artist needs to go away from music for a period of years before coming back better than ever. I thought of Bruce Murdoch when he said that.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST
Date: 18 Aug 07 - 03:58 PM

Thanks Gnu for those kind words. It was great meeting you and dusting off your axe and sharing a drink. Am now at my sister and brother in law's in N.S.for a week or so. Purpose of trip is also to look at the future of the festival. I have some major decisions to make and hopefully I will have them all worked out by the time I get back.
Beer (adrien)


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: gnu
Date: 18 Aug 07 - 12:04 PM

Yup. And, I would like to put in a plug for Beer. No, no, no.... I mean Adrien. I am not party to all the details, but his time and effort played large in getting Bruce on that stage. Thanks Beer.

I'll also say, I like his guitar playing, his singing and his storytelling. And, I did into the wee hours of today. He's a cool dude. He even made my old Seagull sing better than it has for years. Thanks Adrien.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Ron Davies
Date: 18 Aug 07 - 07:50 AM

Finally had a chance to hear the broadcast. Great songs and fascinating stories--basket houses etc.--and wonderful wry humor.

We're lucky to have Bruce on Mudcat.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: bankley
Date: 17 Aug 07 - 01:00 PM

you folks have impressive memories.... this is going back almost half a century. Here's an idea for John... get a cd bootleg copy and transfer it back to the Ferrograph recorder, preferably on some decent vintage tape ... then you have an interesting package, Road Show or not.....


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: C. Ham
Date: 16 Aug 07 - 02:49 PM

I think the Dylan tape from the Finjan was actually recorded by Jack Nissenson and that Michael Nerenberg eventually ended up with it. It's become a fairly common Dylan bootleg and is quite easy to come by in CD form on the Dylan bootleg sites.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: john f weldon
Date: 16 Aug 07 - 02:32 PM

By Mark Nuremberg you probably mean Mike Nerenberg, who did have a quarter-inch copy. Guess who still owns the original 60-lb portable Ferrograph tape recorder used to make this famous underground tape?
Hint - me!
Never got a copy of the tape tho...
Worth something at the Antiques Road Show?


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: bankley
Date: 16 Aug 07 - 01:25 PM

somebody recently surfaced with a tape recording of that gig... maybe Mark Nuremberg... I paid $125 to see Dylan last Nov. at the Bell Center... left after 3 songs.. not one of his better gigs, the opening act was the Foo Fighters 'acoustic version' they were fine. The times sure have been changin'......


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: bobad
Date: 16 Aug 07 - 11:14 AM

"The Blue Lantern" AKA "Le PotPourri"

June 28 , 1962: An unknown folksinger by the name of Bob Dylan plays Montréal for the first time at the back of a small club right around the corner from radio station CKGM, then situated at 1455 Drummond. The club is known at this time as "Le PotPourri" (later The Seven Steps), located at 1432 Stanley Street. Dylan is booked for 4 evenings and is payed $125.00 for his total stint, playing in front of only a handful of nightly patrons. Dylan extends this first Montréal visit by performing an additional one-nighter on July 2nd at The Finjan Club on Victoria Street.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: bankley
Date: 14 Aug 07 - 11:06 AM

the Blue Lantern on Stanley St. Dylan played there too, early on. It changed names and owners a few times. The Seven Steps, The Rainbow. There was a room downstairs called the Totem Pole, used to play there occasionally with a band "The Urge", first saw Bruce, Sean, Van Ronk and many others up close and personal.It's now a 'Subways'... The Pam-Pam across the street was the watering hole., I think there's still a resto-bar there.... good times.......   Ron


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: rehab11
Date: 12 Aug 07 - 05:48 PM

PS   Dyer gave up townhouse with all books music all, moved to Hawaii without the baggage.

deedee


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: rehab11
Date: 12 Aug 07 - 05:42 PM

I always thought Sean, read the book before or after a trip that had opened a window for him, and that he experienced similiar to what writer had. Those strange states of conciousness that one can be in. Even Wayne Dyer on new pbs show quoted old man saying One day woke up and knew I had no need of a personal history. being like dogs and birds   free no need for clothes or diff public selfs true to his soul the pieces of sky meaning spirit or soul too high to get caught up down here.   That is what it meant for me..

Reading lastest,Had memory of Murdock, Havens being on same bill at Blue Lantern and Willie Dunn showing up now and then Thank you so Bankley. I have wanted the words for years.

Crossing border Monday no passport required if on bus or in car as far as I know.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: bankley
Date: 11 Aug 07 - 08:06 PM

So do I, he's one of the masters, Ms Azizi... nice to finally be back in touch....   Ron


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Azizi
Date: 11 Aug 07 - 03:48 PM

Thanks, Ron.

I look forward to hearing that song. And I also look forward to hearing Bruce's songs on a CD-the ones he sung on the radio show, and others.

Best wishes,

Ms. Azizi ["Aziz" + an "i"]

:o)


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: bankley
Date: 11 Aug 07 - 09:10 AM

well, Aziz, you got to hear it, but you're right.... there's a haunting minor key chorus... but it resolves now and then, which gives some hope to the listener... due to recent interest, perhaps i'll record it one of these days along with a couple of other songs by Sean. Sketches for the archives..I wouldn't want to see it all forgotten.
there was a funny episode of the Simpsons where Homer ate a bunch of 'magic' jalepeno peppers, and ended up 'lost on the high range', but was befriended by a talking coyote whose voice was done by Johnny Cash... brillant..... i'll let you know when it's recorded, in a few weeks i reckon.... Ron

"If we could talk about music, there would be no need to play it"   
       Igor Stravinsky


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Azizi
Date: 10 Aug 07 - 10:47 PM

Thanks for posting those words,GUEST,bankley {Ron).

I'm wondering if this song is as sad as it "sounds" to me?


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,bankley
Date: 10 Aug 07 - 12:26 PM

hey Cat, I'll get you a copy of 'Run with You' as soon as I unpack a few more boxes. Maybe next month. His new one should be out early next year. I've left trax all over it...

To Aziz and DeeDee, I remember the words to San Mescalito, played it many times with the 'Ghost Rider' himself.... also, 'Bird's Eye View', ' Circle Harbour Parable' and of course 'Out of Sight, Out of Mind'.... the lyrics are sparse to Mescalito, a lot of repetition, but the music is haunting...Spanish/Mexican feel.. Tom Russell would have fun.. I could sit down and record a version for y'all, I pack a small digital studio around, just in case.. easier that a 750 lb., 2 in. Studer. So get in touch, and I'll see what I can do.... Ron

            

San Mescalito pray for me now por favor
I'm lost on the high range and feeling so strange
and I can't find the door
Lost in the strange way out on the range
Never been here before

I'm free as the dogs and I fly with the crows, na na na na na
I climb on the wind and talk to my friend
And I don't need my clothes

I raised up my head and looked at his face na na na na na
I felt I would die there were pieces of sky
where his eyes should have been.....         Sean Gagnier


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Jim Lad
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 11:53 PM

Damn! I was going to move to Mickchigan.
Mick: I got an excellent Spanish Tutorial at Costco.
Complete with voice recognition and conversations.
Well worth the money.
Mexican influence on the music sounds really interesting too.
I've heard some stuff that sounded more Irish than anything else.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Big Mick
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 11:27 PM

Bruce, mi muy amigo. No se preocupe, yo han estado haciendo esto un rato largo. Pero presto la atención, y después de este mucho tiempo, mis instintos son bastante buenos. Pero consigue afilado a veces.

I think we ought to figure a way to Southern Cal, Bruce. I still want us to do "Get Together" at some venue. And labor music, and activism music, hell yes, we can do that.

All the best,

Mick


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Amos
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 09:20 PM

'S awright. Job's steady, guitar's in tune, I am as happy as a pig in Saran Wrap. :D


A


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Peace
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 08:49 PM

AMOS. Hey, man, how is it?


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Amos
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 08:47 PM

Well, Mick, once you get it toshed up, whyn'tcha bring Peace down here to san Diego for some proper organizing???


A


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Peace
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 08:46 PM

If I ever get a passport in hand and can get to the US, please keep me in mind for some union activities, songs, whatever. It's important work and I proud to be friends with a man who puts it on the line for the benefit of others. Hang tough, Mick. Keep well, and stay in touch. When you can log on here, message me your e-mail address and I'll get mine to you. I have missed your posts, but ya gotta do what ya gotta do, and I understand that; however, tenga cuidado para los bastardos.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,Big Mick
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 08:39 PM

I am moved back to Michigan, Bruce, and overcoming a ton of problems that come from leaving a house for 2 1/2 years. Add that to the fact that my current assignment involves Smithfield and organizing slaughter/packinghouse workers in South Dakota, northwestern Iowa, and northeastern Nebraska, which means I fly out on Monday, and fly home on Friday, and it makes it difficult to get it done. But we are managing. I am playing a bit of music out here, and coming to know some Mexicano musicians, which ought to have an interesting influence on my music. I am having to use my Spanish, which I haven't done on a daily basis in some years, but it is coming back nicely.

Ah ..... the life of a union organizer/folksinger. It ain't fer everyone, but it is who I am. Hope we get the chance to sing together one day. I wanted to make the Canadian gathering so badly, but I just couldn't squeeze it in with the move.

All the best,

Mick


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Peace
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 06:49 PM

Mick, I have been thinking about you. Have you moved yet, are you in the process, etc. What's happenin'?


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,Big Mick
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 06:41 PM

The Mudcat at its very finest!!! I love seeing my buddy come out of the exile and get the acclamation. I love seeing his old friends pop out. And I will love hearing the CD when it comes out. Put me down as an order for an autographed one in the first batch.

All the very best, Bruce and friends,

Mick Lane


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Peace
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 04:18 PM

DENNIS LAKUSTA: 'Run With You'
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Review by Barry Newman

Formerly a railway worker and a cab driver, Lakusta (now 50) bought his first guitar at a Vancouver pawnshop on an impulse when in his early twenties. His melodic songwriting reflects a vast wealth of experiences and inspirations - being on the road, his Metis roots, the late Lenny Breau, damage to the environment, a friend who succumbed to breast cancer - with very subtle & effective chord changes and beautiful lyrical phasing.
'Wonders' is Dennis' tribute to nature (in particular, BC's Nicola Valley) which features very sweet and haunting chants, as does 'Let The River Run', a lament about chemical contamination of our rivers & streams.
Musicians include Ron Bankley (lead guitar & harp), Tammy Fassaert (bass), Nancy Taylor (backup vocals), Doug Thornton (fiddle & viola). Produced by Dennis with Ron Bankley, recorded & mixed at Big Blue Fish Studios and mastered by Don Blegg at Pacific North Studios.
Dennis Lakusta's CD is a wonderfully warm and soothing delight... perfect medicine for the end of a hectic day. Contact:

dlakusta@canada.com


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: fringedweller
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 03:22 PM

Ron, you talking about Willie Dunn made me remember the very nice CD you did with Dennis Lakusta, Run With You...last year or before, you gave me a weblink where I could hear your stuff & get the lyrics. After 'the crash' I lost it. If you're still on that website, could you give the link again? 'Cause I think some of the folks in here would like it. A lot. I think it was a Nashvile site?

And thanks so much, for tipping me off to Bruce on the radio! Wow, whaaaat a blast!


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Peace
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 02:18 PM

I will e-mail later, Cat. Good to hear from you.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: fringedweller
Date: 09 Aug 07 - 02:06 PM

Mary, it's your old Mtl. roomate, Cat. Ron (Rawn, of old)just sent me the link to Bruce's show with Mike, and I then told him that I'd been trying to google contact info for you with no success; he pointed me to this thread. I've thought of you soooo many times over the years - the memory of you always brings a smile. (I'll never forget your Lily Tomlin telephone operator impersonation!) I also can hear your voice still, singing Spanish Boots, or Let Me Be Your Woman.

And yeah, it was so great to hear Bruce again! I just tried the addy you gave Bruce on 26 July 07, and my ISP returned it as undeliverable. Hope I don't get spammed now, but here goes, using code, AT for @: fringy(AT)telus.net. (Bruce, or anybody remembering me from Mtl. days, bring it on!)
Hugs, you!


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,bankley
Date: 08 Aug 07 - 04:14 PM

Bruce, I sure will, I expect to see him later this month in Ottawa. He was given an Aboriginal life-time achievement award in Toronto. also a film-makers award, 2yrs. ago in Edmonton. Better late than never. He looked okay in the tux, too. he's bow-tie sticking straight out like it was excited or something!! maybe he was just happy to see Tootoosis.... heh heh...
here's my email address, ron.bankley (at)gmail.com   I'd like to send you some of the recordings we've been doing, also some of mine. We've been out of touch far too long big brother.... lots of stories to tell.... you made my day....... much luv   Ron
'@' changed to '(at)' to minimize the chance of spammer address collection.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Peace
Date: 08 Aug 07 - 02:15 PM

See message to you, OM. And of course, yes.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: open mike
Date: 08 Aug 07 - 01:26 PM

I am glad i was able to listen to you Brucie!
It was just like having you here. So nice to
get to know you thru the magic of technology.
I am interested in hearing that song that was
hatched at the festival...

and thanks to Amos and Daley, too.

It was good to listen to the quicktime program.

Keep kthe music flowing, Peace, and don't forget
to givet titles to the songs, so they can be listed
on the "album" cover when your recording comes out!!

I would like to get one of the first copies...
after Mike R. of course...

Welcome Back!!


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Peace
Date: 08 Aug 07 - 12:33 PM

RON. I have thought of you for years, wondering where you were and whether you were still makin' music. Also, someone in Montreal was askin' after Willie and all I could say was he'd better be makin' music, too. I guess we've all come from "School days, school days, good old broken rule days." Hi back at you with warmest regards. When you're in touch with Willie tell him that, well, just tell him.

Bruce


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,bankley
Date: 08 Aug 07 - 09:33 AM

good to hear you again old friend.... even a week or so later.. I was in BC doing some session work while this was transpiring...the thought was there. Glad that Mike archives the shows for later listening. Brought back memories, esp. knockin' around with you and Gagnier. Keep working on the guitar, I've never stopped and always find something new when I play.... Willie Dunn and I hooked up about 10 years ago. Ended up touring and recording together for awhile. He remains one of my closest friends. We helped each other out of some personal doldrums. He's playing in Lunenburg this week-end, by the way. Migmaw country and the bluenose...so he still gets out there every now and then.. I once had supper at Vignault's house in Deux Montanges...nice man.. I used to knock around a lot on the other side of the linguistic/cultural scene of Quebec. Still do a bit. I was lucky. Still am. funny he married a blue-eyed blonde from TMR, tho.
The Gagnier song that was mentioned earlier was 'San Mescalito' written during the early Castenada period and enhanced by certain substances. I miss him... Hi Mary.... thanks Bruce.. much luv Ron


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: Azizi
Date: 04 Aug 07 - 01:33 AM

You're welcome, Dee Dee.

I glad I helped in anyway that I did.


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: rehab11
Date: 03 Aug 07 - 05:02 PM

Thank you Azizi

From an old gal who was not in her right,right mind.

DeeDee


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Subject: RE: Bruce Murdoch on the radio
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz
Date: 03 Aug 07 - 11:26 AM

Friends: It's Friday morning, and I awake to the news that Mike Regenstrief is leaving the show. I'm trying right now to find some words, but I can't...Here's a guy whose love of Folk Music is so great, and his support so strong, over so many years...All I can say is thanks for all you've done Mike.
I don't want to take up too much space here, and PEACE has pretty much summed up my feeling regarding Ormstown. It was surreal to me, so many fine people...It went by in a nanosecond. A great memory. Thanks to all of you...


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