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John Robinson (aka Cittern) Why Julie Ellison? (Why a PermaThread?) (27) RE: Why Julie Ellison? 05 Jun 05

Blimey - what can I say?

eric the red:-

I thought I'd fixed the link but clearly not - I've also noticed I've made the same mistake in other threads - will fix it once I've posted this reply.

eric the red & strollin johnny:-

Yes, we reside in Sarth Yorkshire although since demolition is the chosen future for the house we'll be on the move shortly. Julie is originally from Kent, which is one reason she seems to be on a roll down there.


yes I can do a turn, I often do several and end up going around in circles - I have also been known to have a funny turn, but that's another story. Oh, and great hi-jack by the way !!


Hi Lizzie - great to hear from you - who needs the Beeb - 'er well actually we do so I'd better not say any more ;-) - a PM will be on its way to you on such things as soon as I get a second. And keep your eye out for the NEXT issue of "Folk on Tap"!

SteveP ( :-

thanks for the continued air(net?)play !
To anyone who hasn't yet come across the acousticstage - take a listen - great stuff (note to self - must get broadband in the next house)

Joe :-

thanks once again for the perma threads, and of course a great community overall

Strollin Johnny :-

work proceeds on "Angels" - as you say a powerful song and one which needs some careful handling - we are working on it

Dunc/HFA :-

Hello !

Thanks to everyone for their positive comments. You have broadened my smile!
    Link fixed - you have to have http:// in links to sites outside of Mudcat.
    -Joe Offer-

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