When I think of the quality stuff Sandy has sponsored over the last 30-100 years, I want to know what the latest masterpieces might be. Will I be able to buy them all? Not likely, but there will be that occasional irisistable item that just begs to come to my house. I won't ever find out about them at Media Play and it will be my loss. If any of the items generate enough sales to keep the power company from turning off Sandy's lights, so much the better. I would consider that a community service, cause if his lights stay on then there is the chance that someone will come buy and record some more great music. From last Wednesday through Saturday we had over 5.5 inches of rain here on the northern prairie. The incessant rain brought on a attack of "I've got to listen to some Gordon Bok." I started and couldn't stop: the old LP's "Peter Kagan", "Seal Djiril", "Fundy", "Water Over Stone", "Turning Toward the Morning" all exist because of Sandy's label (To be fair I listened to Gordon & Cindy Kallet CD and Gordon's old Verve LP, too). A periodic update of what's new at Folk-Legacy would be kind of like the Lionel Trains wish-books I drooled over as a kid. In fact, if Sandy doesn't take this opportunity, I think a group should get together, go to Connecticut, and twist his tuning pegs until he changes his tune.