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Hey Jim,

It was fun times as per usual at The Strike Zone last week.  Ravena was Rockin'!  Unfortunately, I forgot to pick up your new CD, but an order to Moon Haw along with some pics is on the way.  I'll see ya's at Revolution Hall next month and try to drag Gary along too.  Shalom!

Al G.

Al Goldberg
Location: Rensselaer, New York, USA
Posted: 3/11/2005 8:52:32 PM

Another great show in Doylestown Friday
night!  It was so good to see everyone
again.  Mr. Bashful Bill came down from
Syracuse, Frankie A. and Carol. Sorry we missed you Mike.  Been listening to
Percolator and this is some great stuff!
Thanks Again JWB!

Donna Hansen
Location: USA
Posted: 3/7/2005 2:09:09 PM
Hey guys,  Sorry I missed both shows this past week.  I hope to see everyone soon.  I need a Pattenburg show to happen.  Have fun in Mile High.  I you need anyone to carry you equipment, give me a call.....I NEED A BREAK FROM REALLITY.
Peace.


Mikey Lenahan
E-Mail: colenahan31@hotmail.com
Location: Clinton, NJ, USA
Posted: 3/6/2005 7:56:22 PM
I see that Jimmy and Randy and friends are headed back to the New Sheridan in Telluride later this month.  I hope they didn't assure you that it wouldn't snow this time...

I will have to miss all the fun since I am spending this winter on the frozen tundra of Long Island.  So enjoy that Rocky Mountain high and I'll catch you  in NY in the spring.

Kay Cordtz
Location: USA
Posted: 3/6/2005 12:22:57 PM

Hello Weider fans. This new CD Percolater is the bomb. I had to listen a few times to get the groove, but it is there and STRONG!!
I got an advance copy from Jim and have been listening ever since. It is true music of the mind and could very well be used as movie music as it congers up many
images as you listen.
Some Funky some Jammin' and some contemplative. It has it all, Jim ya did it again in the words of the Soft Machine!!
Haveing sung some 25 times with Jim and Rando it is fun to just sit back and imagine what words could accompany this music,
but it doesn't need words the music speaks for itself .
Loud and clear.
Get it!!
Put on those earphones, and dream along to this disc.
It will be money well spent.

Nelson "Contemptus Mundi" DeCoteau




Nelson 'The Knife-Equanox-Contemptus Mundi' Decoteau
Band: Me, Myself, And Eye
E-Mail: nditsok@aol.com
Location: Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Posted: 3/4/2005 9:25:48 AM

One of the greats

Ed 'Ed' O'brien
Location: USA
Posted: 3/3/2005 2:39:14 PM
Jim- John Platt, disc jockey, WFUV-FM (Fordham U., NYC) opened his "City Folk Breakfast" last Sunday with Cindy Cashdollar playing "Sliding Home."  Very nice rendition.  Always great to hear your music on the radio.

Rick S..
Location: Suffern, NY, USA
Posted: 3/2/2005 12:16:12 PM
What a great show at the Steel City Cafe! I've been telling everyone about your playing. Amazing telecaster workout!
The next time your in the area, look for a tele with a bigsby and a Filter'Tron in the neck position!    Thanks for a wonderful guitarded night...Keith

Keith '"TINY"' Amos
Band: Mecosta County Line
Web Site: www.mecostacountyline.com
E-Mail: keith@amosguitars.com
Location: West Reading, PA, USA
Posted: 2/28/2005 10:10:10 PM
Great show last night in Phoenixville!  Really surpised me (in a very good) way the new sound and direction you and the band are heading in!  Best wishes and hope you make it back this way soon!

John Lorenzon
Location: USA
Posted: 2/27/2005 8:09:12 PM
Jim,

  You, the boys and "Percolator" were awesome last night at the "Steel City Coffee House". I really appreciate what you do and fact that you and the band are such nice people. "Stay in tune like a pedal steel player". We will see you soon.

Sincerely,

Bruce W

PS. I am playing "Percolator" as I am typing this email. Even my dog "Otto" loves it!

Bruce W 'Wally' Heffner
Band: Mcl
Web Site: www.pedalsteel.net
E-Mail: wallybruce@msn.com
Location: Hamburg, PA, USA
Posted: 2/27/2005 9:08:39 AM


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