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GUEST,Anne Croucher how many songs in your repertoire? (72* d) RE: how many songs in your repertoire? 16 Jul 04


Don't worry about it Blackcatter - it is the difference between performance and just singing. If you didn't react to being in front of an audience it would probably indicate a lack of something in your character - like empathy maybe.

Hey - empathy isn't in the 1947 version of the pocket Oxford dictionary, it goes from empanel to emperor. Obviously not currrent English at the time.

I am searching old casettes and even plotting to persuade my single speed tape recorder - of the reel to reel sort, to play my ancient, slow speed tapes - they were made from cut up conputer tape so it was good stuff even though it was cheap - it worked last time I checked and it was 20 years old then and it has lasted far far better than the cassettes, but then they were never intended to last decades.

I already found Barry Dransfield's 'There's gold in the channel'- I wonder how many songs I will end up with.

Wonderful thing the Human brain - that is what I say when I get back from the shops without the sugar I went down there to buy, but still managed to spend 50.

Anne


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