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Mick Lowe So who do you love? (107* d) RE: So who do you love? 18 Dec 99

Reading over your replies as ressurected (?? spelling) SO many memories
How could I have forgotten Paul Simon who was the reason why I learnt to play the guitar
And talking of which.. I've had a major domestic since I failed to include my Martin D28.. she's had the major sulks ever since
There's a couple of "endearments" that have raised my eyebrows.. the ELO Mbo?? .. I won't say I didn't like then.. indeed some of their tracks got the old foot taping, I'm just wondering why they are a "Love of your life".. now don't get me wrong, I never condemn anyone for their musical tastes.. heck mine are diverse enough as it is.. unless of course they like the Clancy Bros or the Spinners (here I'm ducking to avoid low flying household objects)..
I can't even begin to list my loves in the world of blues cos it just about encompases everyone, though Robert Johnson must be up towards the top along with Elmore James and Sonny Boy Williamson
Áine you have aroused my curiosity as I've never heard of most if not all the Irish artists you mentioned.. yeah okay I'm English and know diddly squat.. I'd like to learn more about your "favourites".. please drop me an email with any info..
No doubt we'll get more "love stories" posted here.. let's hope the 21st century is remembered in years to come for its love rather than its wars..
Peace and love to everyone

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