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Steve in Wisconsin 23 Jan 98 - 10:48 PM
25 Jan 98 - 06:10 PM
Joe Offer 25 Jan 98 - 06:56 PM
RS 25 Jan 98 - 09:59 PM
Tim Jaques tjaques@netcom.ca 26 Jan 98 - 05:33 PM
Steve in Wisconsin 26 Jan 98 - 08:21 PM
Ron K 26 Jan 98 - 08:33 PM
RS 26 Jan 98 - 10:00 PM
Joe Offer 26 Jan 98 - 11:36 PM
Tim Jaques tjaques@netcom.ca 27 Jan 98 - 07:37 PM
Steve in Wisconsin 29 Jan 98 - 08:15 PM
Murray 05 Feb 98 - 01:49 AM
Valdy 06 Feb 98 - 05:02 AM
herbie 29 Jan 99 - 06:39 PM
GUEST 06 Oct 00 - 11:09 AM
GUEST,Darren 21 Feb 04 - 05:15 PM
GUEST,Jeremiah McCaw 22 Feb 04 - 02:50 AM
GUEST,Roy Anderson 15 Aug 08 - 03:58 PM
topical tom 15 Aug 08 - 04:11 PM
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GUEST,meself 10 Sep 08 - 07:10 PM
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GUEST,Peter Senn 01 Dec 09 - 09:41 AM
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Subject: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Steve in Wisconsin
Date: 23 Jan 98 - 10:48 PM

Hi All-

Years ago I got (okay, stole from my brother) a live album by the Canadian folksinger Valdy. I have found one studio album since. Does anybody know much about him? Does anybody know where I can get the music & lyrics to some of his songs like "Simple Life"?

He also does a tune I like that goes-

"We are one in the spirit We are one in the Lord...."

Sound familiar?

Acoustically,

Steve


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
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Date: 25 Jan 98 - 06:10 PM

Steve;

Valdy is a West coaster, lives on Gabriola Island I believe. I don't have his address at hand but a directory lists his agent as Paquin Entertainment Group at 204 694-3104. Festival records list one CD Smorgas Bard; ROT 101 7 79551331012 7. Festival can be found at http://www.festival.bc.ca.

I've meet him a couple of times and he is one of those all round nice guys. Somewhere I have some of his older tapes. he has been around quite some time.

Hope this helps.

Richard in British Columbia


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Subject: Lyr Add: THEY'LL KNOW WE ARE CHRISTIANS BY...^^
From: Joe Offer
Date: 25 Jan 98 - 06:56 PM

We are one in the spirit We are one in the Lord
We are one in the spirit We are one in the Lord
And we pray that all unity may one day be restored.
CHORUS:
And they'll know we are Christians by our love, by our love.
And they'll know we are Christians by our love.
We will walk with each other, we will walk hand in hand
We will walk with each other, we will walk hand in hand
And together we'll spread the news that God is in our land.
CHORUS

We will work with each other, we will work side by side
We will work with each other, we will work side by side
And we'll guard each one's dignity and save each one's pride
CHORUS

All praise to the Father from whom all things come,
And all praise to Christ Jesus, his only son,
And all praise to the Spirit who makes us one.
CHORUS

Is that the one you're looking for, Steve? I'm gonna feel real dumb about typing the whole thing if it isn't. It's a 60's folk Mass hit called "They'll Know We Are Christians By Our Love," by Rev. Peter Scholtes, 1966. Copyright, F.E.L. Publications. It's in common use in the "mainstream" Christian churches. I sang it this morning, as a matter of fact.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: RS
Date: 25 Jan 98 - 09:59 PM

I first saw/heard Valdy perform in 1974 or so, at a very small concert in a lounge in the student residence at Carleton University, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. I have since heard him in various concerts & folk festivals over the years ... his music reflects his life story & changes.

I have a reasonable collection of his work, some with transcriptions on the covers, but none on my computer/ready to post. Have look unsuccessfully for websites with his work, & have been told by various people that he himself does not have a website of his own.

I'll see what I can do about Simple Life, but it may be a week or so before I can get to it ... are there any other particular songs that you are looking for?

- R.S.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Tim Jaques tjaques@netcom.ca
Date: 26 Jan 98 - 05:33 PM

I think some of his stuff is out on CD -- I could have sworn I saw a compilation CD at the shop in the mall. (See Urban Myth thread).

I don't know if it is out on CD, but the album Valdy And The Hometown Band from about 1976 is the best I've heard by him, IMHO.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Steve in Wisconsin
Date: 26 Jan 98 - 08:21 PM

Hi All-

Wow! Thanks for the responses! Glad to hear he's as nice a guy as he sounds like on his live album "Family Gathering."

I am particularly interested in One in the Spirit, Let Go of Me, and Simple Life, R.S. I have been working off a tape that isn't in "A 440" tuning and it's driving me crazy. That and the fact that I used to sing Simple Life in the late '70s. (Where does the time go? And the memory!) If you can help out with any of these, I'd be most grateful!! I also like the Hometown Band album that was mentioned! Isn't that the one with Peter and Lou and a song about a Martin guitar?

Thanks for typing out the lyrics, Joe!!!

Here's hoping someone will convince artists like Valdy (and Jim Post and the estate of the late, great Bob Gibson and Hamilton Camp, etc.) to release some of their work on CDs!

Cheers,

Steve


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Ron K
Date: 26 Jan 98 - 08:33 PM

Check out this address for more on Valdy.

http://canoe1.canoe.ca/JamMusicPopEncycloPages/valdy.html


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: RS
Date: 26 Jan 98 - 10:00 PM

Just posted the words to Simple Life on a separate "LYR ADD" thread. (Maybe using a separate thread makes it easier for the site managers to find songs to add into the database, I don't know).

This is the first time I have taken advantage of the "multimedia capabilities" of my nifty new computer to transcribe the words right off the CD into Wordperfect, then cut & paste into the DT submission! That "pause" button is extremely handy, as is the "rewind" button calibrated to the nearest second! ... not at all like the old days of trying to transcribe from a record player without creating hopeless scratches ... or from a cassette tape, without stretching the tape beyond recognition from repeated replays.

On my CD-ROM, if I want the album & song titles to appear as they play, I have to type them all in by hand. I gather the technology does exist to have this appear automatically. (Is it a question of my CD-ROM? - or of the CD itself?). The next step would be to have all the *words* appear automatically as the CD played, i.e. automatic self-transcription! Wouldn't that make life simple?!

(Or is that perhaps _not_ what Valdy had in mind when he wrote about the "Simple Life"???)

In any case, all this leads up to the point that Valdy *does* have CDs out, at least the two that I own:

(1) "Valdy - Classic Collection" (P) 1988 A&M Records of Canada Ltd. - CD #9147

(2) "Smorgasbard" - Festival Distribution Inc. - Order from: 1-800-JOE-RADIO (1-800-563-7234)

plus I have a cassette tape which I believe ?is still available - "Valdy's Kid's Record", manufactured & distributed by Rack on Tour, P.O. 1198, Ganges, B.C., Canada, V0S 1E0

And of course various records can still be found here & there.

Good luck searching! ... let me know how you fare!

- R.S.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Joe Offer
Date: 26 Jan 98 - 11:36 PM

Well, RS, you could check out this link. CDDB is a very large database of CD's and their track listings. You can search the database to find a CD with a particular song, or you can download a CDDB CD player for your computer, and you will get a display of the tracks as you play them. Trouble is, many of our folk CD's probably aren't in their database. Still and all, it's an interesting concept.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Tim Jaques tjaques@netcom.ca
Date: 27 Jan 98 - 07:37 PM

What is A440 tuning? Is this why all my attempts to dub old deleted LP's onto modern tapes using a 1970's system are doomed to end in hisses, pops, and assorted noise? Tape sounds fine on the old system, but just pop it into a boom box.

I've had more luck finding information on restoring 1930's tube radios than I have had on how to successfully tape old LP's.

A friend of mine met Valdy on several occassions and says he is a very nice man. Valdy even used to sing in concert a song he wrote, called The Ritz Cafe, but I don't know if he does it any more.

I saw him in concert once, back in the early eighties when I still had a life and smiled more often, but I was part of the set-up/security (dragooned against my will) so missed a lot of his songs. I recall that he sang more trad songs in concert than he released on albums.

The Hometown Band album does have the song Peter and Lou, as well as the song about the Martin guitar. I don't believe he wrote the one about the guitar -- he often used to cover songs by the singing dentist and that may or may not be one. The one about the man in Saskatoon wishing he had been a sailor was written by the singing dentist.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Steve in Wisconsin
Date: 29 Jan 98 - 08:15 PM

What I meant by "A440" tuning is that the note A vibrates at standard tuning based on 440 cycles per second. (Can someone else explain it better?)

What it means to me is that when I try to play along with the tape, my guitar, which is tuned with an electronic tuner based on A=440 cycles per second, is not in tune with the tape. It just makes things more difficult.

By the by, thanks for all the help on this, folks!

Steve


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Murray
Date: 05 Feb 98 - 01:49 AM

Valdy actually stays on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, and is sort of distant neighbour of mine. I got his e-mail address for you, namely: valdy@saltspring.com and he'll be delighted to hear from his fans. Cheers Murray


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Valdy
Date: 06 Feb 98 - 05:02 AM

Greetings, Gary Fjellgaard wrote +Me and Martin+, and since I play a 1951 D-28, I felt justified in covering it. My main songwriting partner is Dr. Bob Ruzicka; we've co-written many fine tunes, and I've covered a few of his earlier tunes, including +Yes I Can+ and +Dirty Old Man+. Thanks for your interest. I'll get a site up within a month. Point your digital hounds towards +www.valdy.com+ by mid to late March. I'm off to the Folk Alliance conference in Memphis on Monday, after playing a +Power Aid+ concert at the Corel Centre in Ottawa on Sunday the 8th. A strobe tuner (Peterson make them, and so do Conn) have an adjustable vernier, so you can tune the tuner to a pitch form an harmonica, or a piano, or a tape, i.e. to something that is non-adjustable, and then tune your guitar or whatever to the adjusted tuner. It's not unlike an orchestra tuning to an oboe. If that oboe is off, the orchestra will not be in A440, and the pianist will have to sit the gig out. Ciao, Valdy


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: herbie
Date: 29 Jan 99 - 06:39 PM

i have been a big fan of valdy for over twenty years. i have family gatherings and see how the years have gone by/ both are not avaliable on cd. see how the years have gone by is a greatest hits record from the early 70's. there is a good cd out with all of his hits and it is easily found in most sam the record man stores. its great to hera that people still like to hear good canadian folk music. another good artist to get into is david wiffen. he now has a site. he also has a new cd out,which i am looking forward to hearing. if you ever get the chance to check him out you will not be dissapointed.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST
Date: 06 Oct 00 - 11:09 AM


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Darren
Date: 21 Feb 04 - 05:15 PM

I am looking for the lyrics for the song Me and Martin, recorded by Valdy and apparently written by Gary Fjellgaard.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Jeremiah McCaw
Date: 22 Feb 04 - 02:50 AM

Good heavens, folks, he's around and quite active - did a concert for us in Oakville Ontario just 3 weeks back. And he is on the net take a look at:

http://www.valdy.com

info@valdy.com

snail mail: Box 23, Fulford Harbour, Saltspring Island, BC, CA, V8K 2P2


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Roy Anderson
Date: 15 Aug 08 - 03:58 PM

Here's one for you. I have emailed Valdy a few times, but have heard nothing back, and understand it would be tough to answer all emails. Valdy's 'Family Gathering' was one of the first records I purchased, back in 1975. One song of of this record 'Let Go of Me/Simple Life', but specifically 'Let Go of Me' is a song that I have played myself likely more times than any other song.

As I near 50, am taking the step into the recording studio with another friend. We are doing ten originals, and a couple of covers - one of which will be 'Let Go of Me'. I believe he does the tune with the 'Blue Mountain Boys, or 'Mountain Boys' or 'Mountain Ridge Boys' something like this.

I can't find out whose song it is. Anyone?


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: topical tom
Date: 15 Aug 08 - 04:11 PM

I first saw Valdy at the Winnipeg Folk Festival in 1979 where he was met with thunderous applause, especially from the younger crowd.Two of his songs I especially enjoyed were "Hot Rocks" and "Play me a Rock and Roll Song".He is a commanding performer with a powerful voice.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Sarah
Date: 10 Sep 08 - 01:09 PM

I need the lyrics to "Whirl and Twirl and Swirl". They are ABSOLUTELY impossible to find online.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,meself
Date: 10 Sep 08 - 07:10 PM

I was once reading a Mudcat thread on Valdy and lo and behold the man himself appeared in the form of a message. And it seemed that he was a member of Mudcat. That was 'way back in the cold winter of '98.

(About twenty years before that, I seved him in a restaurant. He was gracious and left a decent tip.)


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: meself
Date: 11 Sep 08 - 06:40 PM

("served" him, that is)


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Peter Senn
Date: 01 Dec 09 - 09:41 AM

Greetings All,

It is a rare occasion that I ahould post a note on line, but I owe a lot to Valdy as to my finger-picking-and-strumming-with-a-pick-all-at-once style. I observed (and thoroughly enjoyed) the man in concert over 10 times in the 70,s, 80's and early 90's at various Ontario folk festivals, concerts (even the El Mocambo)as well as Winnipeg Folk Festival.

Now I live in Montreal and don't see him at all. I have every LP up to "Heart at Play". Yep: all vinyl and 1 cassette. Turntable doesn't work and I am moving back into a singing mode these days with a soon to be released CD with violinist Anik Paquet. We expect to cover "Renaissance" with a personalised Québécois arrangement. (David Bradstreet wrote that but Valdy made it known to the world and he did it oh so well).

I got to play a version of said arrangement at the Vancouver Island Music Festival in 2006 (I think) in a duo set-up with Gilles Garand (singer-harmonocist-accordionst and artistc director of THE Montréal trad music festival: la Grande Rencontre)

I guess one could say I am a well-known-unknown full-time guitarist specialising in DADGAD - tuning accompaniment of traditional musics (Irish, Scottish, Québécois/French Canadian etc...) and have appeared on about 10 CD's of other people's works including the award winning best roots/trad album of 2005 (or 06!) "un p'tit peu de ci un p'tit peu de ça" by Boulerice and Demers of "le Vent du Nord" fame (the latter being Juno winners too)

Some info about moi at:
www.baluchon.mu
www.danse.qc.ca/rapetipetam.html

Why am I here? I was originally looking for the lyrics to Valdy's "Yes I Can" and a refresher on the chord chart, but stumbled onto a pathetic (no offense) chord chart of The Simple Life and somehow linked to here. From the original thread about Family Gathering this just keeps on going... and Valdy, if u read this I just want to say a Big Thanks for you and your music.

By the way, with some pals (from a former band called MOïRA we came up with a terrific live arrangement of "Play me a Rock and Roll Song" that includes fiddle, Irish flute, percussion extraordinaire, (bass in the beginning) and meself on vocals and DADGAD guitar - I play a D35 from 1974. I've had it since it's birth thus it turned 35 in May of this year. Never recorded it; just a few live performances so no royalties for the moment - maybe one day)

Of note: there is a CD kicking around called MOÏRA by Christophe Conte - a very dynamic fiddler and composer. If you can find it it's worth every effort to obtain it.

Well, back to my search and best regards to all,
Peter Senn (aka: Peter Grimard-Senn)


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Peter Senn
Date: 01 Dec 09 - 09:51 AM

Hi Again (seconds later!!)

Just re-read my wordy Valdy disertation - my apologies for not having edited my essay! Besides typos there is the obvious incorrect use, overuse and abuse of paranthesis! (but I digress) I trust you all catch my meaning.

Cheers,
Peter


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: bankley
Date: 01 Dec 09 - 11:34 AM

He was at the Canadian Folk Music Awards in Ottawa on Nov. 21st.. closed the evening... he was in fine form... had a nice chat with him after... Shelagh Rogers said that "he's a big walking heart, and maybe some other parts" !


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,DWR
Date: 01 Dec 09 - 12:02 PM

I love Valdy, especially his collaborations with Gary Fjellgaard.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: open mike
Date: 01 Dec 09 - 02:04 PM

his web site says he has a radio show...
it is great that Valdy posted here in person..
here is the site for his musical friend, Gary
http://www.fjellgaard.bc.ca/


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Orville
Date: 18 Nov 10 - 05:29 PM

I spent time with Valdy and jammed with him. Recently (Oct 2010) met up with him in Nova Scotia at the Savoy Theater in Glace Bay (I live in Mexico.) Spent 4 days with him in Temecula California in 2007. He's one of those guys who gets better with time and, at 65 years old, he shows no signs of slowing down. All his stuff is out there, his website lists his tour schedule, he'd be delighted to meet you and chat. He is a National treasure to be sure, but all he wants to do is perform and entertain. I do a "Valdy Tribute" when I play live, and the material gets the hottest response.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: breezy
Date: 19 Nov 10 - 06:29 AM

I was captivated by this strange looking man and he drew me into his performance and won me over in 06 at Canso.

I was overwhelmed by the warmth that was exchanged between him and the audiences.

He certainly is a well kept Canadian secret.

Glad to know he's still out and over there loving and being loved.

I was enriched by hearing and seeing him

breezy


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Beer
Date: 19 Nov 10 - 06:47 AM

A gentle giant of a man. Not beyond approach.
Often he and Gary Fjellgaard team up and do concerts. Another gentle giant of a man.
ad.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Doug the sailor,Pender Island ( 1 over from
Date: 27 Dec 10 - 08:16 PM

I've enjoyed Valdys music -70s on, but being a poor musician - need chords to play for myself, his great songs such as " a Chorus for Peter and Lou " and " Dirty Ol' Man ". Looked many times, places -totaling hours .No Results - ?


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST
Date: 10 Apr 11 - 11:22 PM

I've been a Valdy fan since I first heard him in concert in the early 1970's in northern Idaho. I've been playing his music for years. It seems every so often I rediscover one of his tunes that strikes a chord (no pun intended). I still have a couple of his vynls, but was looking for a digital recording of one of his songs about brewing coffee. Does anyone remember? Any ideas?


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Sookite
Date: 11 Apr 11 - 02:26 AM

Both Valdy and Gary Fjellgaard are friends of mine and I'm bringing them to play together in our community in June. Valdy has got to be one of the hardest working performers in the business. He is constantly touring either alone or with Gary. If either of them come to your part of the world, it's a show you won't want to miss. They are both entertaining and seasoned performers.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: GUEST,Flatpikkr
Date: 26 Aug 11 - 04:24 PM

Over the years I have had the opportunity to meet with and talk with and play with and sing with that Canadian treasure we call 'Valdy'. If you look up the word 'gentleman' it will be his picture which defines it.
I was playing in Central Florida with some local, professional folk musicians. I was floored when they confessed that they had NEVER heard of Valdy. Rather than grab one of the ubiquitous firearms down there and 'vent my spleen', I talked about him and played three or four of his songs for them. To their credit, they had heard of (some) of the songs.
Thanks, Valdy for who you are and the music you have given us.
And, YES, I know that Valdy has a temper. I saw him confess that fact on some long-ago talk show when he described the encounter between his broken hand and his oak desk.   :o)


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: DebC
Date: 26 Aug 11 - 04:47 PM

Valdy has also been awarded Member of the Order of Canada, one of the highest honours in Canada.

I might add that Valdy is also a member of AFM Local 1000 :-) I don't know Valdy personally, but I do hope one day to meet him.

Debra Cowan


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Mooh
Date: 26 Aug 11 - 05:45 PM

Curious that this zombie thread resurfaces now. In September, a friend and I, as a fiddle/guitar duo, are opening for Valdy. I really don't know what we'll play right now, maybe something swingy. I didn't even know Valdy was still performing but I hear he's as good as ever. Man, I was listening to him 35 years ago!

Peace, Mooh.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Beer
Date: 27 Aug 11 - 08:20 AM

Deb,
I didn't know that Valdy received the Order of Canada. Wonderful. he must be very proud..
Mooh,
Break a leg. I'm sure it will be a memorial experience.
Ad.


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Subject: RE: Valdy-songs and the man
From: Mooh
Date: 27 Aug 11 - 02:51 PM

Thanks Beer!

Peace, Mooh.


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