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Charlie McCoy's "Beginning Country Harp"

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Subject: Charlie McCoy's
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Date: 26 Sep 98 - 04:53 PM

I have this habit of buying damned near any instrumental instruction book for my instruments (banjo, guitar, harp [harmonica for those Irish and others who think harps have strings]) with an incorporated CD. The best one I have found recently is Tony Rice's, which I have been using as background music for websurfing.

I took a walkabout during the Thursday evening song circle at the 5th String in Berkeley and found a new one by Charlie McCoy, the great country player, and of course bought it. The lessons are fantastic, but someone involved in its creation is very unclear on the concept: It consists of a single hour-long track. There is no way to cue to any part, to repeat any part. This is not the fault of my cd player (Tony Rice's works beautifully on both my workroom stereo and on my Mac; Charlie's won't skip forwards or back, repeat sections, etc., on either.

Anybody got an email for Charlie or for his publisher, Flying Harp Productions in Pegram, Tennessee? --seed


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Subject: RE: Charlie McCoy's
From: BSeed
Date: 27 Sep 98 - 12:57 AM

I suppose that the reason nobody has responded to this thread is that they think it must be spam. So I guess I'd better start another thread to lead people into this one (or I could just repeat this message five or six times then people would think something was going on--I guess I'll try the first. --seed


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