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Thread #55152   Message #902175
Posted By: Genie
03-Mar-03 - 03:06 AM
Thread Name: Mudcat CD Violet: Liner Notes PermaThread
Subject: Mudcat CD Violet: Liner Notes info needed
Still need a few bits of information for a few songs, folks.If each contributor to the Violet CD would make sure we have the following info, in this sequence, it would make the editing job a lot easier:*

 Composer(s)' full name and copyright date

       name of each artist, followed by the instrument(s) and/or vocal part(s) they provided
     background info and comments of the composer(s) and/or performer(s)
     HTML addresses for:
  -  Profile(s) and photo(s) of artist(s) and/or composer(s) in Member Photos and Info.
  -  Websites of the artist(s) and/or composer(s)
Email addresses for artist(s) and/or composer(s), if  you'd like them included.
(Please do not post these INITIALLY as JUST a link.*  That makes an extra step in the editor's job.  OK to post it as a link if you ALSO show the HTML address.) in Member Photos and Info.
 Lyrics (or link to lyrics in DT, forum, or website)

If you want websites or links to the DT included, here's an example of formatting for submitting the liner notes for your songs on the CD.   It really does help to have both the blue clickies and the HTML code for the addresses, since, when the liner notes are printed, the clickies won't be much help.  :-D

 Here's an example:
 The Blacksmith   (traditional)

 The Blacksmith is taken from the CD "I Lie Awake" by Greenhouse, the band I've had the pleasure (and pain) to nourish for twelve years.
 It is on Jackalope Records, a tiny roots-oriented label based in Santa Rosa, CA.
 (Patricia Casey - guitar, whistle; Tony Blake - percussion; Michael Rofkar [michaelr] - vocals, octave mandolin)

Other examples of desired formatting:

-- Walla Walla Woman Blues or Harmony (One, Out Of Many) on the Strawberry CD
If you are not sure how to make the chords come out above the right words & you want to include chords, please embed the chords -- (C), (D) -- within the words
where the chord change occurs (or between words if that's where they go).

--Another example, which includes links to photos and profile - is here: Letter From Lilac Acres (Orchid CD)