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Nice Compliments that you have had

Micca 09 Jun 08 - 03:37 AM
GUEST,MC Fat (at work) 09 Jun 08 - 04:58 AM
GUEST,Modesty forbids my name 09 Jun 08 - 07:25 AM
Mr Red 09 Jun 08 - 07:38 AM
GUEST, Alfred Non E Mouse 09 Jun 08 - 06:09 PM
GUEST 09 Jun 08 - 07:43 PM
Hawker 09 Jun 08 - 07:50 PM
Acorn4 09 Jun 08 - 07:50 PM
GUEST,cStu 09 Jun 08 - 07:52 PM
GUEST,TJ in San Diego 09 Jun 08 - 07:56 PM
GUEST,LTS pretending to work 10 Jun 08 - 08:14 AM
Big Al Whittle 10 Jun 08 - 04:16 PM
GUEST,Russ 10 Jun 08 - 04:56 PM
Phil Edwards 10 Jun 08 - 05:18 PM
GUEST,World's bluest white singer 10 Jun 08 - 05:29 PM
Stringsinger 10 Jun 08 - 05:46 PM
Big Al Whittle 10 Jun 08 - 06:01 PM
Joybell 10 Jun 08 - 06:06 PM
meself 10 Jun 08 - 08:53 PM
theleveller 11 Jun 08 - 08:46 AM
Banjiman 11 Jun 08 - 09:57 AM
Lowden Jameswright 11 Jun 08 - 10:16 AM
theleveller 11 Jun 08 - 10:28 AM
GUEST,Dave P 11 Jun 08 - 12:25 PM
PoppaGator 11 Jun 08 - 02:39 PM
Tangledwood 11 Jun 08 - 07:15 PM
Big Al Whittle 12 Jun 08 - 04:40 AM
Black belt caterpillar wrestler 12 Jun 08 - 07:40 AM
GUEST,Joe 12 Jun 08 - 07:50 AM
GUEST,Ewan Spawned A Monster 12 Jun 08 - 08:38 AM
GUEST,Trev 12 Jun 08 - 08:55 AM
theleveller 12 Jun 08 - 10:02 AM
Midchuck 12 Jun 08 - 11:10 AM
GUEST,Dave P 12 Jun 08 - 11:56 AM
GUEST,Phil Cooper on sig-o's computer 12 Jun 08 - 04:33 PM
PoppaGator 12 Jun 08 - 05:01 PM
jojofolkagogo 13 Jun 08 - 07:58 PM
Gene Burton 13 Jun 08 - 08:00 PM
The Fooles Troupe 13 Jun 08 - 10:42 PM
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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Micca
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 03:37 AM

But Joe it is SOOOOOO You (apart from the absence of the tweed hat)

The folks above who said when you hear someone else sing one of your songs and say something nice about it(especially if the don't know its yours,
A coupla years ago I went to Walthamstow Folk Club here in the UK to Hear Roisín White, the Irish Gaelic singer, Kevin Shiels offerd me a floor spot and I sang "The hash my father scored" after her first set in the interval Roisín came and spoke to me and asked where I had hears the song I sang, I told her I wrote it and she said she had heard it on Radio Clare on her way to the airport that morning!!!!!


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,MC Fat (at work)
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 04:58 AM

Jool Holland (yes the Jools Holland) told me after hearing me sing at Fagans in Sheffield that I had a great voice and someone in Matt Molloy's Bar in Westport someone called me a 'fecking superstar' well what he actually said was when he couldn't get another song in 'The fecking superstars are in'. My very good friends The Great Bonzo and Doris appeared on a TV talent show and one of the judges told them 'not to give up their day job' as Bonzo stated on their later publicity 'as this was our day job we took this as a compliment'


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,Modesty forbids my name
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 07:25 AM

I hadnt sung for years but a friend who ran a folk club persuaded me to go to a club I sang at 20 yrs before.
He had never heard me sing.
When the organiser recognised me he insisted I sang for them.
When I finished my friend turned to a mutual aquaintance & said, "We are with a superstar."
Never forgot it & it made me take up singing again!


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Mr Red
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 07:38 AM

Well I sang a song I had just written in the Wellington FC, NZ. Basically it was a plea to a lass back in UK not to attempt suicide.

Two lasses about the same age came up to me later and both said "thank you" and remarked that the song was "right".

No artistic praise for song or delivery but - I tell you - Their words meant more to me than any accolades about skills, and I have had a small number of those and they are always welcome.

The target of the song acknowledged it was part of the recovery but I now represent a period in her life that she wants to forget, so I have to be forgotten. I think I can take that if I did my small part "right".


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST, Alfred Non E Mouse
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 06:09 PM

Well, modesty forbids, but a number I treasure. I am not as confident as people maybe think I am (particularly about sex and/or my singing and playing) - so:

An early girlfriend: "I've never wanted any man so much"
Another girlfriend: "That's wonderful"
Another girlfriend: "I've never come so much with anyone"
My late wife (not to me, passed on by a friend after her death): "I love that man so much"
A rival mobile disco operator, at university: "Great show [insert name]"
A black punter at a disco gig at a white social club in Nottingham: "You were the only person in here who did not stare at me when I came in"
Another student (black) at a disco gig I did at university: "Soul brother number one"
A girl (quite a dancer) at university: "You are the best dancer on campus. Andy has a little more rhythm but he is so limited in what he does"
I was kind of dancing off another guy in a nightclub in Croydon. He was good. I asked him if he was a professional dancer. He asked me if I was.
My daughter, then 13 : "Don't you hate it when grownups are right?"
Punter, at a minifest in the south east: "You have a terrific voice"
Punter, at another fest (comps with flaws are the best): "You have a terrific voice for traditional songs but we like tunes we can play along with".
Daughter and friends some years later (after her gig with rock band - they 20-ish me nearly 60): "Do you want to come on to a club with us?"
Another performer at a minigig in Nottingham: "What sort of guitar is that? It sounds like liquid gold"
A punter at same gig: "I really like your fingerpicking style" (my picking is less than basic!)
Another catter: "Are you recording anything? Nobody else is doing anything like it to traditional songs"
Martin Carthy: "Did you write that? Good song"
A punter at Sweeps: "I've never experienced anything like it. You joined in with your mandolin on a song I know you have never heard before because I wrote it and it fitted as if we had rehearsed it".
Tom Lewis, at Tenterden: "One of the high points of the festival for me has been your mandolin playing. You just joined in and it sounded like you had rehearsed it".
Adrian O, at Tenterden: "We did this the other night and [Name] found all the right notes".
A villain who is a friend: "I'd really like you as a driver on a job"
A barrister, now a very senior judge: "[insert name] has been the hero of this case"
A very very well known common law and human rights barrister: "I adopt Mr [insert name]'s note and find nothing to criticise in it."
A barrister and film executive producer: "If you think I am talking about copyright while [insert name] is here you have another think coming"


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 07:43 PM

heard at a pre-getaway sing. (not said to me, but appreciated all the same)

"See? That didn't hardly suck at all!"


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Hawker
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 07:50 PM

2 spring to mind, one was after singing a self penned song, a lady said to me after wards....'That was just beautiful..........You made me cry!' (Well, I assumed it was a compliment!)
and the second was recently when I heard a fine singer perform a song which I wrote, and sing it, in my opinion, the way it SHOULD be sung - just beautiful! Why do singers shrink from singing songs if the writer is there? That they want to sing it at all is for me, the greatest compliment of all.... and singer of my song, you are a 'catter and you know who you are, Thank you!
Cheers, Lucy


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Acorn4
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 07:50 PM

"You're completely bonkers, aren't you?"

"I nearly wet myself at one point"

As I write mainly comedy stuff I thought they were both OK.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,cStu
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 07:52 PM

I got told I ought to insure my hands once. I think it was a compliment ...


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,TJ in San Diego
Date: 09 Jun 08 - 07:56 PM

"We succeeded beyond our wildest expectations. Which is to say, the audience rarely left - in groups."

    Lou Gottlieb of The Limeliters

I once heard thunderous applause from one table of folks who had been loudly, drunkenly talking all through my set. Their server came over to me during the break and gave me a $20 bill. "They said that was for being done." Critics!

A left-handed one, which I have never truly figured out, was offered up after an open-air amphitheater college performance of my trio back in the early sixties. That morning, about 8:00 AM, I had all four wisdom teeth removed. My Dad took me home, under heavy medication (Darvon). I awoke about noon, groggily remembering that my group was supposed to perform in a little over an hour. I had forgotten to tell anyone about my surgery. I drove the ten miles to the college, found the other two, and shortly went onstage. At the conclusion of a performance - of which I have no recollection, several people came up to tell us we had never sounded better. Go figure.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,LTS pretending to work
Date: 10 Jun 08 - 08:14 AM

I've received many lovely compliments in my 30+ years of singing in public, but nothing beats that second or so of silence before the applause (and the stunned looks on the faces of those who had no idea I was doing the solo)!

If pushed, I would have to say the compliment I recieved from an Italian nun, after a concert in some town in Italy, in 2006. The chorus had just performed several religious pieces by English composers, the main one being a Requiem by John Rutter (a composer I loathe incidentally), to an audience which the chorus outnumbered 2-1. The nun made her way over to me and said I had a lovely voice and that of all the chorus, I was the only one who looked as if they meant what they were singing.

It's little things like that, that make it all worth while.

LTS


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 10 Jun 08 - 04:16 PM

All compliments are nice. I never really quite believe them, because I know some places I've played my guts out, played really well and still gone down like a lead balloon.

Basically the   nicest, was when a lady asked me to come out of retirement and sing at her 105th birthday. I'd sung at her 95th birthday and her daughters 50th wedding anniversary.

The thing for a pro is not believe the compliments, or the nights when they call you rubbish. Just know that the truth is in there somewhere.

I think its in Great Expectation that someone says to a drunken Pip - Know your own worth!


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,Russ
Date: 10 Jun 08 - 04:56 PM

"That wasn't as bad as I expected it to be."


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Phil Edwards
Date: 10 Jun 08 - 05:18 PM

Not a compliment as such, but I did make someone cry with laughter once. I'm just sorry it wasn't one of my own songs (it was one of Ivor Cutler's).


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,World's bluest white singer
Date: 10 Jun 08 - 05:29 PM

Many years ago, I had the opportunity to hang out with the great Mississippi Fred McDowell when he came to my college for a concert. We would up sitting up all night, drinking gin and smoking reefer, singing and playing guitars.

When Fred's manager, Dick Waterman, came by in the morning to collect Fred, Fred asked him "why didn't you get this white boy to record with me last week, instead of that kid Michael? He didn't understand the blues at all, but this kid really knows."

(Or words to that effect. It has been forty years or so, after all.)

Not long afterward, Fred's latest album "I Do Not Play No Rock n Roll" was released, and I realized that "that kid Michael" with whom Fred had recently recorded, and whom he had disparaged at my expense, was none other than the late great Mike Bloomfield, someone I still greatly admire as an electric-guitar virtuoso. But as a vocalist, I suppose, and as a true interpreter of that real deep-down down-home feeling, maybe I really am (or at least really was) even better...

Or, maybe I was just nicer (i.e., more deferential) to Fred than someone else my age who was very successful and widely recognized as a musician, and perhaps just a little bit full of himself ~ ???


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Stringsinger
Date: 10 Jun 08 - 05:46 PM

jack Elliot, Guy Carawan and I visited the cabin of Maggie's Ol' Man, (Ted Sutton)in the Smoky Mountains. He was very excited at my banjo pickin'. He said, "Come lissen, here Maggie! These fellows play banjer Californy style."


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 10 Jun 08 - 06:01 PM

Interesting story GWbws.

I suppose the manager was trying to get some folding money together for Fred. I suppose he knew Mike Bloomfield's fans would buy the record and however it turned out it would look good on Mike's CV - add to his reputation for being someone who had sat down with one of the greats.

Whereas you may have played better, but you had nothing to trade. The music business is like that.

sony Boy williamson came to England and made an album with The yardbirds. According to clapton's biography, Williamson went straight back to the States, and said those english want to play the blues really badly, and that's how they play them - badly.

Nevertheless I bet it was one of SBW's biggest selling albums. i still see it in the boxed sets of Yardbirds stuff. Lets hope some of the money got to the artists.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Joybell
Date: 10 Jun 08 - 06:06 PM

When I was a young trainee nurse at a big Melbourne hospital we took in drunken old men from the streets. There was room and time for that sort of help then. We fed them and bathed them and treated their illnesses, then found them places to live.

One day an old fellow said to me, "Just stand there for a moment. You know, when the sunlight catches your beautiful eyes they look like pools of rich dark gravy!"

I've had lots of compliments since then -- relating to music and writing but this one is the one that comes to mind first.
Cheers, Joy


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: meself
Date: 10 Jun 08 - 08:53 PM

(Pedant alert: Re: the Sonny Boy Williamson anecdote - I believe that would have been "real bad" rather than "really badly").


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: theleveller
Date: 11 Jun 08 - 08:46 AM

You're not as bad as people say. Made my day.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Banjiman
Date: 11 Jun 08 - 09:57 AM

Mr Leveller......I think I've been nicer to you than that, stop being coy!

Paul


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Lowden Jameswright
Date: 11 Jun 08 - 10:16 AM

Being asked by Martin Simpson if I'd accompany him on "Duncan and Brady"


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: theleveller
Date: 11 Jun 08 - 10:28 AM

Very true Paul. You're a man of considerable taste and discernment.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,Dave P
Date: 11 Jun 08 - 12:25 PM

Gray and I were once told "You're better than you sound"!


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: PoppaGator
Date: 11 Jun 08 - 02:39 PM

Big fat tips from successful musicians, or from celebrities of any kind, are flattering and useful compliments for any street performer.

Years ago (early 70s), singing on streetcorners in the Fisherman's Wharf area in San Francisco, I had two such experiences.

A nice long listen, stopping in his tracks, plus a couple of bucks, from Boz Scaggs; and

A ten-dollar bill (biggest donation ever!) from comic/actor Red Skelton as he was exiting the Buena Vista restaurant/bar.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Tangledwood
Date: 11 Jun 08 - 07:15 PM

In the past I guess I've thought that good performers know they're good and compliments above the normal applause are unnecessary, or could even be taken as sycophancy. I see from the responses in this thread that they can mean a lot to you. A couple of days ago I was making some transport arrangements for Monica Weightman after the Dreaming festival and mentioned that I'd enjoyed her shows. She looked so surprised and pleased. I'll make more effort to show appreciation in the future.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 04:40 AM

Oh yes as Derek Brimstone used to sy, its not the stardust and the glitter. Its when the gang joins in......

But keep the noise down, I've got a headache!


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Black belt caterpillar wrestler
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 07:40 AM

I remember that Aunt Forteque's Bluesrockers used to advertize every month in Folk Roots and put in a fake quote from somebody such as Martin Carthy or the Pope etc.
We (Blind Panic) always said that if we ever put an ad in we'd use a genuine quote from Aunt Forteque's: "We've got to follow that you bastards!"


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,Joe
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 07:50 AM

My favourite is when people say they 'have never seen anything quite like it it' and the many interpretations that can be made of such comments.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,Ewan Spawned A Monster
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 08:38 AM

I was recently told that my singing voice was not quite as terrible as I make it out to be.

Result!


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,Trev
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 08:55 AM

Not music based, but as a student I had a few meetings with Edward Albee to discuss his work. My Theatre lecturer, Steve, was writing a book about Off-Off-Broadway Theatre and asked if I had a contact for Mr Albee. Having arranged the meeting I left them to meet and discuss whatever.

Later Steve came up to me, grinning. Apparently Mr Albee had commented, "That friend of yours, Trev... he's not as dumb as he makes out, is he?"


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: theleveller
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 10:02 AM

I love Dr Johnson's critique:

"Your work is both good and original. Unfortunately, the parts that are good are not original and the parts that are original are not good."


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Midchuck
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 11:10 AM

When Kendall Morse his own self conceded that I had beaten him at coming up with the most and dirtiest limericks, some years ago at Old Songs over late-evening whiskey. I think his concession statement is in here somewhere.

Peter.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,Dave P
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 11:56 AM

Re the comment from theleveller, it brings to mind the old joke:
"I own a Stradivarius and a Titian, unfortunately the violin was made by Titian and the painting ..........."


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,Phil Cooper on sig-o's computer
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 04:33 PM

Margaret and I were playing at the No Exit Coffeehouse in Chicago one night. There was a group of about six Loyola University students sitting and talking and generally ignoring us. There was one kid in the group that kept looking right at us, obviously paying attention. When we took a break he came up and apologized for his friends' rude behavior and said that he was really liking what we were doing. I told him we appreciated his comment.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: PoppaGator
Date: 12 Jun 08 - 05:01 PM

Phil's story, above (12 Jun 08 - 04:33 PM), reminded me of one of my own.

Back in the summer of '05, some of my college friends organized an unofficial reunion, an informal event not connected to the school or even to any particular class year. The attendees were almost all folk/acoustic musicians and members of the college-graduation classes of 1967 through 1971.

(Not necessarily all graduates, not by a long shot, but members of those classes for at least a year or two, if not four. Also, not all of us necessarily still playing music very regularly, but most still in possession of an instrument or two and everyone willing to harmonize, jam, etc.)

Our first "event," on the Thursday evening kicking off the long weekend, was held in the basement of an off-campus pizza restaurant that has long been a student hangout.

Sometime during a long evening of song-swapping and unstructured performances, a half-dozen young undergrads wandered in and, hearing the music, ventured down the stairs to check out our private party. None of us objected (especially after an offer to buy us drinks!) and the kids sat down to quietly listen.

(This was summertime, and very few actual college students were anywhere to be seen, but these new friends ~ younger than our own kids ~ were among the small population of summer-school attendees.)

I can't remember any specific quotes, but they all something nice and complimentary to say to us. We were all taken aback by how obviously these young folks enjoyed and respected our music and, for that matter, us. They seemed to consider us veterans of a long-ago legendary era when it was a lot more fun, and a lot more important and serious, to be a college kid and a rebel.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: jojofolkagogo
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 07:58 PM

Very enjoyable thread ~ so thanks !


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Gene Burton
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 08:00 PM

I got called "a musician" a couple of hours ago.


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 10:42 PM

Some one once said
"A Piano Accordion player WITH SUBTLETY - that's different!" :-)


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Willie-O
Date: 13 Jun 08 - 11:01 PM

Comment from a plain-spoken friend (a highly accomplished keyboard player): "Your playing blew me away last night! And you used to be so shitty!"


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST
Date: 14 Jun 08 - 04:02 AM

I review CD's for a local folk magazine. I had written a withering review of a CD. In the next edition I was given hard time by fans of the group. In response to this a very nice person who I don't know wrote 'With no finger in the pie, or the ear, Joe is well placed to review CD's and long may he do so for our benefit' - or something like that!

Cheered me up no end!

Joe G


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: Chanteyranger
Date: 14 Jun 08 - 04:27 AM

After singing a tragic ballad, I was told that my singing of it was absolutely pathetic.

Chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: Nice Compliments that you have had
From: GUEST,Shimrod
Date: 14 Jun 08 - 12:53 PM

Fred Jordan once told me that he had enjoyed my singing.

Possibly one of my proudest moments!


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