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Aidan Crossey Aidan Crossey - slight reprise? (34) RE: Aidan Crossey - slight reprise? 30 Dec 03


Sorcha ... I'll try to do likewise (mind you, sometimes one gets drawn into these things without any intent!).

Joe ... thanks for the link. You're a good man!

Ron ... getting radio airplay? Moi? I'm surprised! I never imagined any of my stuff was of broadcast quality. What tracks have you put out over the air? Do your listeners like the stuff? (Just curious; I don't need the answers to feed a monomaniacal ego. I think!) PM me or email me ( aidan@paythereckoning.com ) if you think there would be any mileage for you in broadcasting any of my new stuff.

Amos ... How's she cuttin'?

Kat ... I've always appreciated your encouragement. Nice to hear from you again.

Seamus ... You show me yours and I'll show you mine! Seriously. You've got my address. Bung yours over and I'll let you have mine in return.

Ard Mhacha ... you're the music fairy and no mistake. Thon last video was a cracker. Me and the wee lad sat up on Guy Fawkes' night cos he couldn't sleep for fireworks and watched it. The next day he was running about through the house singing The Merry Ploughboy. Some great dancing on it ... when thon crowd joins the Kilf on stage it's a nice surprise. And yer oul' one who gives it a bit of the sean-nos footwork at the open-air session (with the border collie joining in!) - that's what the music's about. Pity we don't have more dancers at the sessions, but there you go!


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