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GUEST,open mike Mudcatters Sponsor SongLinks II track !! (128* d) RE: Mudcat Effort to Sponsor SongLinks II track 02 Nov 04


as quoted from above:
Subject: RE: A (sort of) challenge to US folkies
From: artbrooks
Date: 15 Oct 04 - 07:09 AM

BTW, Dick Greenhaus at Camsco Records has Song Links I, 2 CDs for $25 plus S&H. When I e-mailed him the other day he said he was on the way to the Getaway with his record supply.

here is the contact info: Dick Greenhaus at CAMSCO
http://www.camsco.com/   e-mail: (dick@camsco.com )
"If it's Folk, we'll get it for you.": Camsco Music,
28 Powell St., Greenwich, CT 06831, 800-548-Folk. ...

the new thread title is more accurate, and enticing, thanks!

and Wind Words form Wyoming is a successful project...
and sociciting advanced pre-payment is a good lway to
jump start a project, and generate interest and support.
(I have my copy and am glad i do!!)

and by the way, pay pal is not restricted to credit cards..
you can use a bank account, in fact there is an advantage
to setting up your pay pal account thru a checking acc't
rather than a credit card.

how much, by the way is the cost of the c.d. for those
who donate to sponsor a track? seems like it it will take
a dozen ofr two folks to make up the track amouont of 300-
500 $ , then if each person gets a substantial discout
(at cost? is that like $3-5?) that may not be the way the
deal was intended to go...seems like the original plan may
have been to offer ONE person a discount if they pitch in
for one track??


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