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Art Thieme Art Thieme - Lone Prairie (31) RE: Art Thieme - Lone Prairie 01 Dec 10


Lin and all---first, Dan!
Thanks for putting this song up here. My version of "Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie" was included on a cassette issued by an NPR radio show in Ohio--I don't recall the city. It was recorded by them at a concert I did in the area. The host of the program that put that cassette together was Bill Munger. --- I took that track and included it on a bootleg self-made two CD package I put together on my computer called Art Thieme--the Westering Songs. It was all western and cowboy songs from tapes of live shows, and LPs and CDs of mine over the years.

Well, I do guess I must've sent that set to Dan OldDude somewhere along the way. If anyone has it from me, feel free to copy it to send to anyone you know who might enjoy it. I've no idea who I sent it to as my recent memory and other stuff has been messed up big time by my MS.


As with my photos on line, all I care about it passing on some of what I was able to do; just to say thank you to the folk world that gave me a home for so long. I don't want pay for any of that as I must stay broke so Medicaid here in our state will pay for Carol's medications. --- Such is life without a single-payer aspect of the Healthcare legislation. ---- A.T.


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