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Mud Cat (UK)

John Nolan 07 Oct 98 - 07:50 AM
Mo 13 Oct 98 - 10:16 PM
mike 14 Oct 98 - 03:00 AM
Ritchie 14 Oct 98 - 03:17 AM
Graeme 14 Oct 98 - 04:47 AM
Jamey 15 Oct 98 - 12:01 PM
Jonathan 17 Oct 98 - 05:10 AM
Guy Wolff 17 Oct 98 - 11:06 PM
David Harris 24 Oct 98 - 10:02 AM
Big Mick Lane, not Lowe 24 Oct 98 - 10:39 AM
The Shambles 24 Oct 98 - 10:45 AM
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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: John Nolan
Date: 07 Oct 98 - 07:50 AM

Dear Startled: I bet you are the very Ewan McV. who played guitar in my Partickhill flat years ago with Sean Damer, or was it Mick Broderick? Anyway, since then, I've enjoyed your book "One Singer, One Song" immensely. Well compiled, insightful notes.


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Mo
Date: 13 Oct 98 - 10:16 PM

I'm a Glasgow Scot too and at the moment it 03.15 and is charateristically dreech outside - I'm still up at the moment because I'm jet-lagged and my mind thinks it's still in Maine - unfortunately for my body which is crying out for sleep!! Baz - the ships are coming to my neck of the woods next year, if you ever get the opportunity to sail on one do it - it's a magical experience, especially if you get folky/shanty singers on board! Had a great experience in Tobermoray this year - an impromptu jam session on the bridge of a 150ft schooner - guitar, fiddle, squeezebox, moothie, tin whistle and as many joining in the singing as wanted to, as the sun set over the harbour and the lights of the Mishnish pub beckoned. Bliss, absolute bliss... Cheers, Mo.


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: mike
Date: 14 Oct 98 - 03:00 AM

G'day from Castleford in West Yorkshire


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Ritchie
Date: 14 Oct 98 - 03:17 AM

Well Hello There ,seems a long ,long ,time...

Greetings from the home of 'The Angel Of The North'

The sun is out ,the sky is blue ,not a cloud in sight to spoil the view.....but please.....check out the Hamish Imlach thread.

Ritchie Forster ...Gateshead..The North East of England on the banks of the Tyne or ower the watter from the toon signing oot cos its time t'dee sum work.


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Graeme
Date: 14 Oct 98 - 04:47 AM

Hating to be left out...............

I hail from the deep amongst the woods of the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire............and the folk club I belong to is held in the village where the Hellfire Club used to be. Nothing much seems to have changed................

Graeme


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Jamey
Date: 15 Oct 98 - 12:01 PM

Hi, Coventry UK is online, and I sing at the Warwick Folk Club (Rose & Crown), and Hinckley Leicetershire 9(Greyhound) If Dale Rose reads this in Arkansas, how near to Eureka Springs are you?


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Jonathan
Date: 17 Oct 98 - 05:10 AM

Greetings from Cromarty, Black Isle. If I come down to Glasgow one more time and fail to find a tune on a Saturday night I may well just leave the town in smoking ruins. You have been warned. Jonathan.


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Guy Wolff
Date: 17 Oct 98 - 11:06 PM

In 1972 I was working at a pottery in Penith Cumberland and someone lent me a blues record with the song "the Denver Train".Dose anyone over there have that old record? I would love to see the words to that song.I loved the north of England.When I left a bed and breackfast cost 1 pound even.All the good times are past and gone ,all the good times are ore.......


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: David Harris
Date: 24 Oct 98 - 10:02 AM

Greets from Sunny Shropshire.

Chucking it down this W/E but who cares.

Ive got a site UK visitors might like to check out. http://www.g8ina.enta.net/irish.htm got loads of mirrored MIDI and ABC files from Barry Taylor, Kipp Doolan and all those other brilliant types. Hoping to get my own collection online soon and O'Neills when its available.

All are welcome. Feedback good or bad invited, I can take it :))

Slainte

David


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: Big Mick Lane, not Lowe
Date: 24 Oct 98 - 10:39 AM

Hey Big Mick Lowe, not Lane,

What a great thread. I had not read it, for some reason or the other, but I just now read it top to bottom and loved it. Hello from West Michigan to all my UK Mudcat friends. I love the weather comments. Here it is a beautiful fall day, a crisp54 degrees Fahrenheit, the trees are all dressed up for Saturday night and they look so beautiful that I am sure they are going to get lucky :-)) BTW, we have had the Tall Ships come into the Great Lakes, and we have a number of restored and recreated ships that home port in various places. The Great Lakes are very tricky sailing, specifically Northern Huron, Northern Michigan and Superior. There is a local band out of Traverse City (NW Michigan) called "Song of the Lake". All spring, summer and fall they have bonfires at a remote spot on the Grand Traverse Bay and sit around playing acoustic instruments and singing songs. A great experience.

All the Best,

One Big Mick among many.


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Subject: RE: Mud Cat (UK)
From: The Shambles
Date: 24 Oct 98 - 10:45 AM

Hello David

If you look at the 'Anything Irish' and 'World' threads you will see I have done a pretty goog job letting people know about your excellent site.

But don't confine youself to the UK, this is the www after all.


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