Re: "my intro"

What's up stranger, glad you made it here! I've come a long way and 
harp-l has helped me more than any other online resource. They're a lot 
of great folks on this list willing to help, a few real pros! I suggest 
to anyone new,  get a good harmonica, join harp-l and as soon as you can 
afford - get the CD set "Jerry Portnoys Harmonica Masterclass"! Listen 
more than you play and you'll learn fast!


susan m witkowski wrote:

> hi fioke's my name is susan or mose fokes know me by blooze56 and I live 
> outside of boston in medford massatushitz.
> I a newbie both to the harp and to harp-l. so go easy. I've always loved 
> everything about the harp-the sounds, the amazing things people could do 
> just by moving their mouths, blowing in and out etc(I KNOW its more n 
> that)...and I always admired the old timers like liland big walters, jr 
> wells, buttterfield, sbw l +ll, mussellwhite, and newer guys-kim wilson 
> sugar ray norcia, rod p, harman, little mike, carey bell, james cotton, 
> sam myers, all the up aND comin local fokes from boston, and soooooo 
> many others. I love harp blues more than any other blues music. oh-and 
> lets not forget annie raines, please!!!!
> so-I'm a crip-a broke crip-and I need guidance, lessons, books, ideas, 
> how-tos, how-not-to's, critques, and moss'ly-just to sit back and learn 
> from your words.
> and I am gonna thaNK all of you now. cause I may be too busy reading, 
> blowin and soundin like a moose in heat to remember to stop and say 
> thanks. peace. blooze56 boston mass -hey, if my dad can become a known 
> artist at 71-cant I become a harpblowin woman at 
> 47???????????????anythings possible w/willpower determination and 
> practice, practice practice(no, I aint tryin to get to carnegie hall,fool!)

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