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Famous Mudcatters

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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: NightWing
Date: 18 Sep 06 - 08:29 PM

I know one guy who is immensely famous ... but nobody knows his name.

In George Thorogood's song "One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer", he gets kicked out of his place:

So I go down the streets,
down to my good friend's house
I said "Look man I'm outdoors you know,
can I stay with you maybe a couple days?"
He said "Let me go and ask my wife"
He come out of the house,
I could see it in his face
I know that was no
He said "I don't know man, ah she kinda funny, you know"
I said "I know, everybody funny, now you funny too"

I know the man who was/is that friend. He had only been married a short time and his wife hated George's guts. George verified it was him. (So I guess I've met TWO famous people :-)

Very funny guy, too. *LOL*

BB,
Little Head


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 18 Sep 06 - 11:57 AM

I was Mr Cod Liver Oil and Orange Juice of 1949, and my photograph was in the window of the Ministry of Food when I was a baby.

Really after that, everything else was a bit of an anti-climax....


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: eddie1
Date: 18 Sep 06 - 10:42 AM

I've met lots of famous people in my time but the one I'm most proud of – I know a man who knows the guy who was the body double for Compo in "Last of The Summer Wine"!
Now he really has a claim to fame.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Rusty Dobro
Date: 18 Sep 06 - 09:34 AM

My nephew is fairly famous in the UK (in a non-musical context)- lots of results on Google, a page in the IMDB. recognised in the street, and now has an expensive house on the Thames and a new Porsche. However, he now ignores the rest of his family, reduces his mother to tears when she has to admit that he never returns her 'phone calls, and has never acknowledged a lot of work and time I put into a personal favour to him. So the devil's pox on fame if that's what it does to you.

Hugs and kisses,

Rusty

(My next-door neighbour used to wash the Hollies' shirts, I've met Les Paul, and I once opened for Gordon Giltrap. Damn, I AM famous after all!)


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: GUEST,strange
Date: 17 Sep 06 - 08:56 PM

rick your sweet - but not as sweet as you seem.....lol


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Geordie-Peorgie
Date: 11 Mar 06 - 06:08 AM

Aah've played in front o' the Prince of Wales!

I've played in front of a lorra different pubs actually.

Aah've MC'd a lorra festivals an' aah've had the pleasure of 'working' with a lorra lovely famous people but......

The high spot was deein' support for Richard Thompson at The Unicorn Theatre in Abingdon, Oxfordshire in July 2004 - Magic!

Gerruptivit Man!


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Purple Foxx
Date: 10 Mar 06 - 12:26 PM

I just googled "purple foxx" & apparently I was used as a foot phaser pedal by Brian May of Queen.
Must have had one too many that night.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 10 Mar 06 - 12:23 PM

The last stage that I was on was when I was told to get out of town before sunset.

Jerry


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: GUEST,reggie miles
Date: 10 Mar 06 - 12:18 PM

I agree with Jerry. I think the idea of a most obscure rating or ranking would be much more fun.

I'll start. I'm so obscure that a recent fan email poured into my inbox the other day asking when and where my next performances would be. I had to email back that I had no scheduled performances to offer. The fan was so obscure that the email wasn't even signed.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Rapparee
Date: 10 Mar 06 - 12:04 PM

There's me, although I've been on the stage and even played in public.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Jerry Rasmussen
Date: 10 Mar 06 - 11:49 AM

A famous folk musician is a household name for one tenth of one percent of the people in this country. :-)

Total obscurity comes in a close second..

Jerry (Still obscure after all these years and lovin' it.)

(Maybe we need a thread to determine who is the most Obscure Mudcatter..)


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Mr Happy
Date: 10 Mar 06 - 11:18 AM

I once appeared on stage with Bernard Wrigley and Keith Donnelly!


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Purple Foxx
Date: 10 Mar 06 - 11:09 AM

In the folk world not so many. Met Martin Carthy once Billy Bragg (twice) Kate Bush very briefly a long time ago. Billy Connolly as well.Kathryn Tickell once nodded at me.
My wife was area secretary of The Beatles fan club back in the day.
She attended a special screening of Magical Mystery Tour with John & George on one occasion & met Paul on another.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: GUEST,potbelly
Date: 10 Mar 06 - 10:49 AM

i once met bob dylan at earls court iwas drunk stoned as you are iwas lost down below some where and he came out of this side door he said something like how you doing, ijust came out with not now ime to f---ing busy,and still did not my seat, went back to eastend pub 1976 i think ah well.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: John Routledge
Date: 21 Aug 03 - 08:11 PM

Harvey must be top of the Famous and Nice table


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Compton
Date: 21 Aug 03 - 08:09 PM

I think Harvey Andrews is a bit famous!!...and dips in and out of Mudcat!


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Deckman
Date: 20 Aug 03 - 05:20 PM

Benjamin ... ??? Bob


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Benjamin
Date: 20 Aug 03 - 04:58 PM

Bob, that isn't why I thought you were famous!
BMW


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: the lemonade lady
Date: 20 Aug 03 - 09:41 AM

There is one small snag about being famous... everyone knows ya!

Sal


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Amos
Date: 20 Aug 03 - 09:03 AM

And let us not forget that Bert is perhaps the most famous Cat of them all, next to Max his own self, having had a Steamboat named after him, as well as co-hosting the once renowned Mudcat Radio!

A


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Bert
Date: 20 Aug 03 - 12:29 AM

Ya know, I tell my friends how I talk on Mudcat with the likes of Frankham and Kytrad and Art Theime and Kendal Morse.

But in my heart there is a deep love for some other very famous 'catters.

There's WYSIWIG and Alan C and Kim C (Are they brother & sister?) and katlaughing and Micca and Annamill and LEEJ and Spaw and, and, and, I can't mention them all because there are so many, so I'm sorry if I've missed Sharon A and Rick and Little Hawk and MMario and Burke and Dana and, and, and.

Dammit I shouldn't have started this 'cos I haven't mentioned Amos and Joe Offer and Pene Azul and Peter T and Crowhugger (Where the hell has she been lately, and Matt_R and MaryMac and Morty and Sam Pirt and Ian and Bill Sables and Bill D and Ferrara and Songbob and, and, and, ..... Oh I give up If I've missed you Suzan and Dick and... and anyone else, just drop by and say hi! and I'll apologize for leaving you out.

Oh my gawd I can't believe I missed out Jeri, is that a Freudian slip or what. And Harpi and Wyowoman and SINSULL. Uh Oh! don't tell Tree I'm thinking of all these beautiful women.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Seamus Kennedy
Date: 20 Aug 03 - 12:23 AM

Fantastic singer/songwriter from Alaska Mike Campbell goes by the name mooseman here. Great guy, great songs.

Seamus


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: GUEST,Me Again
Date: 20 Aug 03 - 12:04 AM

I think the nearest I got to fame was in about 1935 when Golden Spike Days was celebrated in Omaha, Nebr. This was in imitation of the Old West and early railroading (mostly the mythical Old West). I had been dressed as a cowboy (movies model, not a real cowboy, of course) and was watching the parade in downtown Omaha, and Barbara Stanwick, on one of the vehicles in the parade, waved at me. (That's what my mother said, anyhow, but she had a lot of stories, mostly embarassing to me, that I cannot recollect, and hardly lived up to).


I've subsequently gotten to know, or at least introduced to, about 8 Nobel prize winners, but they weren't as pretty as Barbara Stanwyck. One of these was 'Harry' {now, Sir Harold Kroto, see his website), a SteelEye Span addict, he once admitted to me.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: bbc
Date: 20 Aug 03 - 12:04 AM

I'll add George Ward & Judy Cook to the list. I'm always pleased to see them post.

bbc


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Deckman
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 10:14 PM

I've usually aquainted "fame" with adjulation. And now that I've grown up, I ask: "who needs it?" It's a big pain in the butt. I've met my share of famous people and I have also been pleased to make the personal friendship of lot's of my "heros." IF I choose a personal hero, it's because of a quality in them, or something they have done that I recognise, that I admire. Many of my person "heros" are musicians. Many are not. My interests range wide.

Early on I realized that all my "heros" put their pants on just as I do, one leg at a time. We all use toilet paper. We all have our foibles (that word will get you 41 points in any scrabble game).

CHEERS, Bob


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Midchuck
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 08:11 PM

The closest I've come to fame was out-limericking Kendall

(What you don't know about Kendall Morse:
He was caught making love to his horse!
His wife said: "You rapscallion!
That horse is a stallion!
This constitutes grounds for divorce!")

And Bernie Sanders (the only US Congressman who isn't a goddam Republican or a goddam Democrat) wrote me (and my partners) a check a couple of weeks ago; and will write us another on Sunday if he doesn't run out of money. For howling before his speechifying.

Peter.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Amos
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 07:41 PM

I was once infamous in a small town in New England, where I represented the kind of person the residents warned their sons against becoming. It was all just a granfaloon, of course.


A


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Snuffy
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 07:26 PM

I used to be world-famous in Manchester


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Mary Humphreys
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 01:18 PM

There you are Kevin - Still, all the RIGHT people know who you are.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Bill D
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 01:09 PM

"You know, nobody knows how famous we are."

those were probably the ones crowding that restaurant that Yogi said no one goes to...


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Kevin Sheils
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 01:08 PM

You know, nobody knows how famous we are.

Frank's comment reminds me of the story told by Archie Fisher (I think it was) at Sidmouth. Apparantly he was told by Christy Moore that he'd never be famous because he was too well known.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Amos
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 01:01 PM

"You know, nobody knows how famous we are."

Wow -- a classic, worthy of Yogi Berra or Casey Stengel!! Thanks, Frank!! LOL!


A


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Kim C
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 01:01 PM

Frank, I believe someone mentioned Jean very early on in the thread. ('course, the thread's 3 years old...)


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Frankham
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 12:50 PM

Rick, Mbo and others, thank you for the honor.

But this reminds me of the story, in Atlanta there was a great jazz clarinetist, Herman Fortich who one evening in his cups said,
"You know, nobody knows how famous we are."

One serious omission, though. Nobody has mentioned one of my favorites,
Kytrad (Jean Ritchie)

Frank Hamilton


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Mark Cohen
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 06:00 AM

Gee, Micca, maybe you're related! And I wouldn't dare cast nasturtiums. Plumerias, maybe. But only at CarolC.

Aloha,
Mark
(I gotta stop posting late at night...)


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Micca
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 05:16 AM

Here, Mark, as a Patterson that has visited HI are you casting nasturtiums?? which clown Patterson were you referring? and would you like to step outside while I make a lei outa your Uke?


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Alaska Mike
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 12:43 AM

Seamus Kennedy is even famous up here in Alaska. We love ya, man.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Deckman
Date: 19 Aug 03 - 12:32 AM

Patterson who? Bob


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Mark Cohen
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 11:34 PM

Well my mom has a picture of me when I was 3 years old in the arms of Claude Rains. It was at my cousin's Bar Mitzvah. And he went on to be the youngest law school dean in the country. My cousin, not Claude Rains. And I went to college with the former Queen Noor of Jordan and the current Senate majority leader. But that isn't my fault.

Arlo's been here as well (adg). And some clown named Patterson.

Aloha,
Mark


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Amos
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 10:20 PM

Bob:

I love that story,and well handled, too! Of course it just made perfect sense to her that you'd be checking ut at the grocery store in her town the day after Xmas!! Wunnerful!

A.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Peg
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 10:09 PM

well, depends which pond you frequent, don't it, how big the fish are...

I am glad to know all youse Mudcatters! And when, having spent some time jawing or playing, I later hear of some musical or other noteworthy item concerning one I have met in the flesh it is always a pleasure.

and now for some namedropping:
I have cooked dinner for the famous Kendall Morse, and he has cooked for me, and we have swatted mosquitoes and dealt with other camping nuisances side by side at Old Songs...and had some silly and serious debates to boot...so nyeah nyeah...
trouble is, so have a hundred other people here...

BTW, Kendall, I now have that wonderful song you gave me securely under my belt and hope to sing it for you soon...

peg


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Amos
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 07:14 PM

One of our famous -- if self effacing -- members is Margaret MacArthur, mistress of ballads and Thrice-Told Tales. She has a website here, and is renowned for her presentation of the oldest and finest of songs. A prizewinner, to boot!

A


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: TheBigPinkLad
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 06:45 PM

Dita (John) Yep ... you're right. They were a good turn in a backstreet pub kinda way. Wonder what they're up to now.

p.s. when you wake up tomorrow morning you will feel famous.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Deckman
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 06:13 PM

Kendall ... I enjoyed your past comment about needing to give a straight answer. I've had my close calls with fame: post office posters, bill collectors, process servers, wimmen, etc. But my lasting fame has to do with my red (Finnish coloring) face and snow white hair and beard. This one tale tells it all: a couple of years ago I was standing in a grocery checkout line, the day AFTER Christmas. The next people in line behind me were a Mother and a youngster girl type child, perhaps about three.

The girl eyes got real big when she spotted me and she wouldn't stop staring at me. After a short while, she came right up to me, took my hand, and said: "Hello Santa. Did you get some sleep last night?"

I've lived with this "Santa" image most of my life and I try hard to avoid it, usually by getting my hair and white beard cut VERY short going into December. But now I was stuck.

My instincts were to give some smart assed comment and walk away, but this little darling was about three and all eyes and holding my hand! What to do?

Everyone watched me, especially the very large Mother.

I thought for a split second, knelt down, gave her a hug, and said, "Yes I did and thank you so much for thinking about me."

Then I ran for my truck! CHEERS, Bob


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Bill D
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 05:20 PM

funny that no one has mentioned Roy Harris as a semi-regular Mudcat poster (using an alias...*smile*)


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Dita
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 03:15 PM

TheBigPinkLad,

I presume your talking about Alan Price (Animals/Alan Price Set) and Georgie Fame (and the Blue Flames/and later Van Morrison sideman).

They made an album for CBS in 1971 as Fame & price/Price & fame/Together. Their big number was "Rosetta" by Mike Snow.

They also toured and did a number of TV spots around the same time.

You can make me famous if you want, but don't put a Price on my head.

Cheers, John.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: TheBigPinkLad
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 01:41 PM

Who can name the two English musicians who formed "The Price of Fame or the Fame of Price" (late 60s early 70s)? Get it right and I'll make you famous ...


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Kim C
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 01:33 PM

Mister and I were on the TV news yesterday as we had performed at a historic site for a special event.

I used to go to church with Joe Mauldin, who was one of Buddy Holly's Crickets. His daughter and I are the same age.

Jonathan McEuen, son of John McEuen, has played my guitar. (It didn't help me none, though.)


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: ard mhacha
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 01:31 PM

The people that contribute to this Site are all famous, ask a question about music or songs and you are never disappointed. Yes you are all famous. Ard Mhacha.


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Subject: RE: Famous Mudcatters
From: Mary Humphreys
Date: 18 Aug 03 - 01:30 PM

Eliza Carthy is still famous - thank goodness! So are Harvey Andrews and John Spiers. And El Grecko.
Fame in the folkworld is very localised, and many of us have never heard of people who can fill concert-halls in other parts of the globe. That's why Folk is such a voyage of discovery in many cases - there is always something wonderful out there you have never heard before....


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