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Playing Since: 1961
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Occupation: Owner, acoustic music store
Too many to mention, though my 1964 Ode bought new from Chuck Ogsbury has been a steadfast bluegrass friend, and the 1908 Fairbanks Imperial Electric no. 0 that I acquired in 1968 remains a favorite.
Again, just too many to mention, though Mississippi John Hurt and Doc Watson remain all-time favorites. If you catch me passively listening to recorded music, it's probably Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Telemann, Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven, though.
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Some old photos
Thursday, November 02, 2006 @12:28:04 PM
|We finally gotten around to entering the 20th Century here at ZEPP Country Music, and now have a scanner. I had found some old photos at home and brought some in this morning and have stuck them on this site. |
There are several of a couple of bands I played in in Ithaca in the late '70s (all right, they're all the same people, but the band changed character and name when folks left), and just a couple of shots of me that I thought were kinda cool.
My earlier digitized photos were simply photos of prints, which works all right, but causes some parallax problems. I guess I really need to go through the 6.34 million prints I have representing my family back into the early 20th Century, and scan all of them. Unfortunately, that could be a full time job, and I already have at least one of those...
on “Some old photos”
Friday, November 03, 2006 @8:23:29 PM
Your new Avatar really cracks me up! Too funny, you ol' glamor girl, you.
Monday, November 06, 2006 @7:30:37 PM
Love your avatar. Also enjoyed your vintage pix. By chance, this photo (probably around 1973) and promo flyer came by email from Brian Hill today. I think I am about 22 in this photo and that is the same Gibson RB250 that I still play today. Can you believe that we were ever this young and skinny?
Mary Z. Cox
Monday, November 06, 2006 @9:29:06 PM
Wow, most cool, Mary! Were you playing 3-finger at the time? Other than hair color, you don't seem to have changed much...
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