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DigiTrad:
A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR BRAIN
A SONG IN THE NIGHT
ANCIENT GREEKS
ETERNAL DOOM
FESTIVAL LOVE
GREAT GOD WHO MADE THE UNIVERSE
HAVE A NICE DAY
HONEST AL
I CAN SEE YOUR AURA, AND IT'S UGLY
I'M WORKING ON THE FOOD CHAIN
LIFE IS HARD, BUT IT'S HARDEST WHEN YOU'RE DUMB
MOAMMAR SAID TO HIS MEN
MOBY DICK
RUFUS AND BEVERLY
THE BIG BAND THEORY
THEIR BRAINS WERE SMALL AND THEY DIED
VEAL LIFE BLUES
ZEN GOSPEL SINGING


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Subject: Mark Graham Songbook?
From: GUEST,Award@wyoming.com
Date: 26 Sep 01 - 09:40 PM

The Mark Graham Songbook is apparently out of print. Can anyone sell/loan/copy me a copy? Thanks - Adrienne Brown Ward


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Subject: RE: Help: Mark Graham Songbook?
From: Robin2
Date: 27 Sep 01 - 09:27 PM

I'd love to find out more about it too!
Robin


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Subject: RE: Help: Mark Graham Songbook?
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 31 Jul 05 - 07:13 PM

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Subject: RE: Help: Mark Graham Songbook?
From: Alaska Mike
Date: 01 Aug 05 - 12:16 PM

I met Mark some years ago and he gave me a copy of his songbook. I will search my "put it here and then you will know where it is" drawer and see if I can find it. The illustrations in the book are nearly as good as the songs. Mark is a very witty songwriter.

Mike


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Subject: RE: Help: Mark Graham Songbook?
From: open mike
Date: 02 Aug 05 - 04:03 AM

from the web page http://www.mongrelfolk.com/
i see the e-mail addresses of
orville johnson and mark graham..
you could contact him directly
and find out here:
orvillej@comcast.net,
markg@eskimo.com


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Subject: RE: Help: Mark Graham Songbook?
From: Joe Offer
Date: 11 Mar 10 - 05:11 PM

What would you say are Mark's "greatest hits"?
I'd nominate: Do Mark and Orville do any serious songs? The only ones I remember are the funny ones.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Help: Mark Graham Songbook?
From: Desert Dancer
Date: 12 Mar 10 - 10:01 AM

Mark has a great serious song on an album with Tom Sauber, "Thought I Heard It Blow". When I first heard it, I thought it might be traditional, but it's one he wrote: "Poor Man's Troubles".

Mark has a MySpace page, and Poor Man's Troubles is available to hear on it.

~ Becky in Tucson


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Subject: RE: Help: Mark Graham Songbook?
From: Murray MacLeod
Date: 12 Mar 10 - 10:45 AM

Joe's selections would also be in my top 5, along with "Rufus and Beverly" (my No.1) which may be in the Digitrad (although strangely not among the links above) and "Oedipus Rex" which doesn't appear to be in the Digitrad.

Orville logs on here from time to time IIRC


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