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JudyB John Warner Singer Songwriter and Poet (32) RE: John Warner Singer Songwriter and Poet 10 Dec 06

Great news indeed! Charlie sings "Anderson's Coast" on occasion - which reminds me - I need to put a link to John's web site on Charlie's web site! Links do help establish the ratings for a site, so it's usually a good idea to mention someone's site (with link) on your own site when appropriate. (Oops - the thread drift police will be after me!)

I've been known to sing some of John's songs myself - though I'd better not admit that in a place where John might discover the fact - I'm not as good a singer as Charlie. I won't go into details - but there may be a statistically significant number of folk music session attendees in midcoast Maine who suspect Australia still has dinosaurs protecting their sheep, and who don't quite dare to not believe in Bunyips....

I also love "Kitty Kane" though (or maybe partly because) trying to sing it forces me to stretch my vocal skills a lot!

I do wish Australia was a bit closer to the eastern United States - I'd love to pop over for performance of "Yarri of Wiradjuri"! The samples on the web site make me want to hear more! We're hoping to make it back to Australia, maybe in a year or so - so I'll be able to get the CD (eventually) - but to be there while they're doing it...WOW!

Thanks, Freda, for letting us know the web site was up. It's been added to my favorites, and I'm looking forward to seeing how it develops.

All the best,

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