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  • Sadie Damascus

    Sadie Damascus Monte Rio, CA

    I read your piece on Francis Child on faceboot; someone posted it on the Child Ballads group. Do you mind if I read some of it on my radio ballad show? Thursdays, 6-8 pm pst TRADITIONAL BALLADS WITH TSADIE on streaming KGGV.FM in Guerneville, CA. My first fifty shows (or most of them) are archived at . I discuss and play five Child ballads (in order) a week; on June 1 I will do #266-270.

    I read your piece on Francis Child on faceboot; someone posted it on the Child Ballads group. Do you mind if I read some of it on my radio ballad show? Thursdays, 6-8 pm pst TRADITIONAL BALLADS WITH TSADIE on streaming KGGV.FM in Guerneville, CA. My first fifty shows (or most of them) are archived at . I discuss and play five Child ballads (in order) a week; on June 1 I will do #266-270.

  • Danny

    Danny Canada

    Yes, well done! (This is also noted by Tom Shippey in one of his books about LOTR, by the way!) Thanks for reading!

    Yes, well done! (This is also noted by Tom Shippey in one of his books about LOTR, by the way!)

    Thanks for reading!

  • cecile pineda

    cecile pineda berkeley, calfiornia

    Sorry, Cecile...I have sent you emails, but not sure if you got them....

    Sorry, Cecile...I have sent you emails, but not sure if you got them....

  • christine Oldfield

    christine Oldfield now in Kelowna formerly Sheffield England

    Hi we was on holiday in Antigua and was witness to one of the Chieftons daughter Naimbh who marrie d Dave we lost contact when we went to Canada to live. If you know this lovely lady please get her to contact Chris and Richard we would love to hear from her. Chris e-mail oldjohn@talktalk.net

    Hi we was on holiday in Antigua and was witness to one of the Chieftons daughter Naimbh who marrie
    d Dave we lost contact when we went to Canada to live. If you know this lovely lady please get her to contact Chris and Richard we would love to hear from her.
    Chris e-mail oldjohn@talktalk.net

  • Jack Cain

    Jack Cain Oregon

    Dear Dr. Winick, Your green man is excellent, and the look on your face in the many images I saw tells me that you are an interesting performer and scholar. I happen to have served in the Navy, and love the sea shanty tradition you support. I recently reviewed your post on the presentation that you made for Senator Blunt and company; it included an image of my wife's great-grandfather, R. Ray DeNoon. Soon after, a class assignment gave me the opportunity to expand on the research I began into my wife's heritage. This adventure began when I started to review some old photographs and found an original letter from Vance Randolph to May McCord regarding the words to a song; it also mentioned Otto Rayburn. I submitted a scan to LOC Folkways. My wife's family poked their heads up several times across the years in Mr. Randolph's recordings, and one of R. Ray DeNoon's sons, "Big Jim", had a career in music in California. If you recorded the presentation I mention above I would love to see it. For others who may read this, I encourage you to learn some family history - you never know who will turn up. Respectfully, Jack

    Dear Dr. Winick,

    Your green man is excellent, and the look on your face in the many images I saw tells me that you are an interesting performer and scholar. I happen to have served in the Navy, and love the sea shanty tradition you support.

    I recently reviewed your post on the presentation that you made for Senator Blunt and company; it included an image of my wife's great-grandfather, R. Ray DeNoon. Soon after, a class assignment gave me the opportunity to expand on the research I began into my wife's heritage.

    This adventure began when I started to review some old photographs and found an original letter from Vance Randolph to May McCord regarding the words to a song; it also mentioned Otto Rayburn. I submitted a scan to LOC Folkways. My wife's family poked their heads up several times across the years in Mr. Randolph's recordings, and one of R. Ray DeNoon's sons, "Big Jim", had a career in music in California.

    If you recorded the presentation I mention above I would love to see it. For others who may read this, I encourage you to learn some family history - you never know who will turn up.

    Respectfully,

    Jack

  • Judith Mathews

    Judith Mathews Kansas City, MO.

    Thank you for finally answering my question on who sings Limerick Rake on 1967's A Drop of the Hard Stuff !!!! I'm not techno-savy or fond of any of it - but I sure am glad to have found your site and that

    Thank you for finally answering my question on who sings Limerick Rake on 1967's A Drop of the Hard
    Stuff !!!! I'm not techno-savy or fond of any of it - but I sure am glad to have found your site and that

  • Steve Winick

    Steve Winick Norwalk, CT

    Dude! My name is Steve Winick too! This is soo cool, man. We should hang and do folk stuff some day. Much love, STEVE WINICK the Second

    Dude!

    My name is Steve Winick too! This is soo cool, man. We should hang and do folk stuff some day.

    Much love,

    STEVE WINICK the Second

  • Jenny Davies-Reazor

    Jenny Davies-Reazor Newark DE

    Hello - Heavens! Why haven't I ever visited your site before?! The articles to read! The resources! Thank you... I arrived via the Jack article on Huff. Post - and from FB. Hoping to see you at Spoutwood this year!

    Hello -
    Heavens! Why haven't I ever visited your site before?! The articles to read! The resources! Thank you...
    I arrived via the Jack article on Huff. Post - and from FB. Hoping to see you at Spoutwood this year!

  • Rosemary Zumwalt

    Rosemary Zumwalt Dahlonega, GA

    Steve, I love your web page! Great photos! I'm wanting to find out about the folklorists you have interviewed for the Library of Congress. Thanks! Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt

    Steve, I love your web page! Great photos! I'm wanting to find out about the folklorists you have interviewed for the Library of Congress.
    Thanks!
    Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt

  • cecile pineda

    cecile pineda berkeley, california

    hello, stephen, i am a friend of your folks; attended Barnard, performed my first college show with Mickey! I want to know how Elaine and Mickey are doing—I haven't heard from them in uch too long; and 2) I want to consult you: I am at work on another book, and eneding to access a bibliography about when animals talked to men. I don't "do" facebook—not enough time, so let me give you my phone: 510 981-1858; and my e-mail: cecilep@att.net give me a heads up! love, cecile

    hello, stephen, i am a friend of your folks; attended Barnard, performed my first college show with Mickey! I want to know how Elaine and Mickey are doing—I haven't heard from them in uch too long; and 2) I want to consult you: I am at work on another book, and eneding to access a bibliography about when animals talked to men.

    I don't "do" facebook—not enough time, so let me give you my phone: 510 981-1858; and my e-mail: cecilep@att.net

    give me a heads up!

    love,

    cecile




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