Where did all the people go

I owe 95% of what I have learned about harmonica to the Harp-l
community.  If not for Blackie I wouldn't be re-tuning a harmonica to
get that one note needed to complete a solo. I wouldn't be writing
solos, I wouldn't be performing solo, if not for Harp-l. If not for you
Pete I wouldn't be practicing and having fun. If not for you Winslow I
wouldn't be taking classes in music theory. If not for you Iron Mike I
wouldn't be exploring other musical instruments. I wouldn't be playing
Junior Wells, Little Walter, Sonny, Sugar, Rice, Estrin, Cotton,
Butterfield, Rod, Kim, Annie, Nelsen, on my harmonica let alone on my
stereo if not for Harp-l. If not for Danny I wouldn't know where to see
and hear many of those I hear mentioned on Harp-l. If not for Harp-l
Glenn, Tom, and many others, I wouldn't know who you are and wouldn't
have bought you're books. If not for Harp-l I would be just another face
in the crowd not the harmonica guy. I often wonder how many of you, from
whom I've taken advice, are the artists I listen to. Not enough I'm
sure. The list of people I must thank is as long as the Harp-l list.
Lastly thanks to the Owner Guy, and the Harp-l workers, I wonder how
many hours in a week are devoted to Harp-l. It is un characteristic of
me to use so many I's it seems somehow self serving but to those of you
thinking that Harp-l has run it's course please remember, I, am not the
only, I, out there that benefits from Harp-l...Keith

P.S.  Just how does one join SPAH?

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