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GUEST,SULLSINGER 15 Mar 00 - 03:43 AM
MudGuard 15 Mar 00 - 07:00 AM
JedMarum 15 Mar 00 - 08:46 AM
GUEST, http://hometown.aol.com/irishradio/IrishRad 15 Mar 00 - 10:28 PM
DonMeixner 15 Mar 00 - 10:30 PM
GUEST,ianmacin@istar.ca 17 Mar 00 - 09:56 PM
rainbow 17 Mar 00 - 11:44 PM
The Shambles 18 Mar 00 - 01:39 AM
Joe Offer 08 May 01 - 05:26 AM
Noreen 08 May 01 - 10:26 PM
Jimmy C 09 May 01 - 12:51 AM
Hulio 09 May 01 - 01:30 AM
Peter K (Fionn) 09 May 01 - 08:22 AM
AllisonA(Animaterra) 09 May 01 - 08:24 AM
Indy Lass 09 May 01 - 10:31 AM
GUEST,Dr. Sid 29 Jun 08 - 10:03 PM
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Subject: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: GUEST,SULLSINGER
Date: 15 Mar 00 - 03:43 AM

Hello - all!

I have just released a CD comprised of Irish pub music, and originals. I would appreciate some feedback. Sample of my songs are ony my website for simple downloads.

Would anyone like to give a few seconds of their time to check it out?

If so, please respond to this posting -and I will happily send you the link.

Thanks, everyone!!!


Click for Sullsinger's Site


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: MudGuard
Date: 15 Mar 00 - 07:00 AM

Why not just post the link here?


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: JedMarum
Date: 15 Mar 00 - 08:46 AM

yep, please do post the link, many of us would like to listen in!


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: GUEST, http://hometown.aol.com/irishradio/IrishRad
Date: 15 Mar 00 - 10:28 PM

Would love a copy of the CD to play on the radio.

Jim


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: DonMeixner
Date: 15 Mar 00 - 10:30 PM

I'd love to hear it.


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: GUEST,ianmacin@istar.ca
Date: 17 Mar 00 - 09:56 PM

I would also love to hear it. Tapah leat.


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: rainbow
Date: 17 Mar 00 - 11:44 PM

please send cd to submit it for airplay in northern california on our station. kfpr/kcho p.o. box 990061 redding, ca 96099-0061

... lorraine

Lorraine Dechter Director, Redding Bureau Northstate Public Radio


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: The Shambles
Date: 18 Mar 00 - 01:39 AM

Is this CD just for playing on 'wind-up' gramophones?

Or am I now getting totally paranoid?


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: Joe Offer
Date: 08 May 01 - 05:26 AM

refresh - I found the site in question and added a link in the first message.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: Noreen
Date: 08 May 01 - 10:26 PM

I hope you do want genuine feedback... From listening to your sound clips, I'd say you are certainly able to sing and play, but you could do with better material. Irish- American pub music (note: this is notIrish pub music)is not my area and the audience you are aiming for may love the songs you do, in which case take no notice of my opinion. But

"I'll tell it to you with me brogue
So I sound like I come from I-re-land
I may have never bin there..."
makes me cringe, as does the fake 'brogue'. I would suggest you find some real Irish songs, (there are plenty that haven't been done to death, available right here on the Mudcat forum and in the Digital Tradition database) and sing them in your own accent.

Sorry if this isn't what you wanted to hear.

Noreen


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: Jimmy C
Date: 09 May 01 - 12:51 AM

Sullsinger, I also do not like fake brogues, mine is the real thing, but you do have a pleasant voice and I enjoyed 3 of the 4 songs I listened to (Danny Boy really needs a rest). I agree with Noreen as far as using your own accent and there are lots of Irish songs out there that I am sure you could do a great job with them, Please be yourself and things will work out great. Listen to some old Ruthie Morrisey records, she was an american who sang Irish songs without putting on the brogue,

Best wishes to you.


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: Hulio
Date: 09 May 01 - 01:30 AM

Hi I need help myself I'm after guitar chords for 'Four Pence A Day' a lovely song that mudcat has the lyrics for but I can't find the chords anywhere. Any help would be excellent


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: Peter K (Fionn)
Date: 09 May 01 - 08:22 AM

Great voice, wasted on trash. But tragically there is a market for this sort of stuff in Chicago,so maybe Katie's opted for (or been steered towards) the commercial soft option. I can only echo Noreen's words - it made me cringe.


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)
Date: 09 May 01 - 08:24 AM

Hulio, you should start a new thread for your request. Go back one page check the FAQ link!


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: Indy Lass
Date: 09 May 01 - 10:31 AM

You have a great voice--reminds me of Dolores Keane. But you should do some songs that are slow and soulful with it. These songs are the fun drinking songs that everyone's seems to be familiar with so I guess that may help sell CDs, but you can and should do a wider variety.


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Subject: RE: Help: IRISH FOLK MUSIC FANS
From: GUEST,Dr. Sid
Date: 29 Jun 08 - 10:03 PM

Sullsinger,

I'm new to this and not terribly cybersavvy. Can you tell me how you did this and how I can listen to your songs? I have just recorded an album of original songs in Nashville. Two of the cuts have a very distinctive Irish flavor-Oxymoron & Gee, Golly, Wow Man @ Sid Brantley, 2008-you could check them out at my website www.sidbrantley.com Thanks.


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