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cobalt blues

updated tue 5 apr 05

 

primalmommy on wed 23 mar 05


I just now for the first time got a chance to pop in my David Hendley CD
of "Cobalt Blues". I'm laughing, my kids are dancing, what a great tune.
David, who played harp for you? That was just a hoot. Thanks for
sharing.

Yours
Kelly in Ohio... who landed home ready to hit the studio but found piles
of tax stuff to prepare, a calendar full of lessons and field trips, and
a household to run... plus my garden seeds to start and a bee hive to
paint. My bees arrive April 12th - talk about your steep learning curve!

Waiting for the NCECA pictures to hit clayart... we talked and agree
that EVERYBODY is so much better looking in person than the photos, so
"objects in the digitals may be lovelier than they appear"...


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Ama Menec on wed 23 mar 05


Is there any chance this could get played on one of John's radio
programmes....for those of us not even in the US? Pretty please?

Ama, Totnes, Devon.
Website: www.amamenec.co.uk

----- Original Message -----
From: "primalmommy"
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Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2005 7:14 PM
Subject: Cobalt Blues


> I just now for the first time got a chance to pop in my David Hendley CD
> of "Cobalt Blues". I'm laughing, my kids are dancing, what a great tune.
> David, who played harp for you? That was just a hoot. Thanks for
> sharing.
>
> Yours
> Kelly in Ohio.



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Carl D Cravens on mon 4 apr 05


On Wed, 23 Mar 2005, Ama Menec wrote:

> Is there any chance this could get played on one of John's radio
> programmes....for those of us not even in the US? Pretty please?

There's a link to "CDE Computers" on David's main Old Farmhouse Pottery
page, with instructions on where to find the MP3 file on that site.

http://www.farmpots.com/

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