Re: Help/welcome Kim & Richard
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- Subject: Re: Help/welcome Kim & Richard
- From: "JACK ELY"@mrgate.mec.ohio.gov
- Date: Wed, 25 May 1994 13:21:00 EDT
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- Posting-date: Wed, 25 May 1994 00:00:00 EDT
>Tim Moody writes...
>How about the 90's. Don't ya just love technology. When I first tried
>bending, I was on my own. Wandering around in music stores loooking for
>someone to help me, buying those "How To Play Blues Instantly" books, buying
>harps and generally floundering for years. Here is a guy that just picked up
>the harp and baam, instantly has an answer to his question. And not just any
>answer but a detailed one from an expert in the field(no pun intended).
Yeh, I love it! That's what's so great about this list. Hey beginners,
intermediates, advanced -- whatever your level, don't be afraid to ask a
question on this list, because you're going to get answers from some of the
best in the business. And almost instantaneously. je
>Kim's book isn't a "How-To" book, but a fine historical/factual reference
>book about the harmonica and it's major players. Kim is not only an author,
>but a fine harp player too! I would just like to say THANKS to Kim for
>taking the time to post such a wonderful answer. We all need information
>like that, and as harp players, I'm sure we've all ran up against a wall
>before. Thanks Kim.
My sentiments exactly, Tim says it well.
I would like to say hello to Kim Field and to my fellow buckeye, Richard
Martin, and welcome them both to the list. They join an ever increasing list of
valuable resources who are willing to share their knowledge.
Jack Ely ely.j@xxxxxxxxxxxxx@pmdf
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