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From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/17/02 2:10 PM 
To: All  (11 of 93) 
 67.11 in reply to 67.10 
Welcome to Stefan Wirz whose web site contains the finest overview of American Contemporary FOLKBLUESJAZZ classique players of our generation.  It is a site well worth the visit and use to any audiophile and archivist.  His collection is second to noone and I am proud of his presence here and on the Fred Neil website.  His integrity is beyond reproach.  It would do well for Tony Arnold our resident engineer to coordinate some of his efforts with Stefan, Chrome Oxide, Riny, Old Goat, to perfect and polish his website so perhaps we can LICENSE my masters rather than sell them to a manufacturer and distributer for a more satisfying body of work with me retaining my masters and not losing control.  Im sure all these parties can help to make this a reality plus the ongoing clearance work of George Marshall and Jamie Mc Coen.
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From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/17/02 2:17 PM 
To: All  (12 of 93) 
 67.12 in reply to 67.11  is where to go for an in depth overview of FRED NEIL and THE DOLPHIN PROJECT plus hundreds of other artists of the 60's.

Harvey Mandel played for me a few years back with Mick Taylor and the Barry Goldberg Blues Band for the 30th Anniversary of the Blues Bag at Genghis Cohen in Hollywood.  I was there Friday and had Lunch and looked at the room I designed for my friend Alan Rindie (CBS) and I was indeed proud of the result.

Thanks for the correction to Stefan's site and the lead to David's which is filled with contemporaneous information of the industry. 

Edited 2/18/2002 11:58:50 AM ET by solomoney

From: pourinrane2/18/02 2:26 AM 
To: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon  (13 of 93) 
 67.13 in reply to 67.12 
Yes licensing . . . as Fred would say, 'it has a ring' to it. Why sell when you can rent?!?!

Check out David Gross's David managed Harvey Mandel for some time and did when I first met him a few years back. He has a free subscription music wire that you may find interesting.

all for now.


From: pourinrane2/18/02 2:28 AM 
To: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon  (14 of 93) 
 67.14 in reply to 67.12 
that link: is broken 'cause there's an 'h' at the end instead of an 'm'

so it should look like:


From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/18/02 12:53 PM 
To: All  (15 of 93) 
 67.15 in reply to 67.14 

Guitar Masters

the Drop "D" tuning produces some of the richest and most vibrant chords possible on the guitar.  They fill the room with a warm powerful sound.  Your Guitar will never have sounded so good. (Perry Tarhune)

Edited 2/18/2002 12:58:23 PM ET by solomoney

From: arnysshack2/18/02 2:58 PM 
To: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon  (16 of 93) 
 67.16 in reply to 67.15 
Dear Howard,
I agree and so does Ry Cooder and many others



From: pourinrane2/18/02 6:17 PM 
To: pourinrane  (17 of 93) 
 67.17 in reply to 67.14 
oops! where did that 'h' come from? Nevermind.

From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/18/02 8:19 PM 
To: arnysshack  (18 of 93) 
 67.18 in reply to 67.16 
Gee Wiz anyone named RY would know that, anyhow.  But Freddies knew like no one else, everything he did was in D anyhow.  It was the tuning on the 12 that made it extra special.  Last time I recorded with Ry Cooder was with Mick Taylor a few years ago at Cherokee Studios with Barry Goldberg producing with a Memphis Engineer on a fully automated board in studio A.  Too bad I dont know more about such things but I have a short attention span, so that's why I hired your good self.  OH I was helping to produce  "When A Man Loves A Woman" with whats his name?

From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/18/02 8:21 PM 
To: pourinrane  (19 of 93) 
 67.19 in reply to 67.17 
Which H was that?  Did I goof my H's again?  Im just a fund of SITE misdirection.

From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/18/02 9:12 PM 
To: StefanWirz  (20 of 93) 
 67.20 in reply to 67.19 
Could you imagine record companies litigating the use of their expired artists old materials which only collectors and archivists listen to, who perhaps account for less than 3000 record or CD sales a decade.  The artists are tickled pink when someone gives them a little recognition on the web and exchange sites and share ware through new media like MP3 and Morpheus.  No one is going to litigate for even the filing fees much less the attorneys who charge up to $1000 an hour to hassle over a buck or two.  If the materials were worth the while then the majors come to the plate and spend multimillions to promote artists who have the chance of success, otherwise forget about it.  My engineer in France Tony Arnold will upload a DVD on the website as well as material on Riny's for a select few of us to enjoy and expand the potential of the living memory of the 60's and perpetuate the music of giant artists like FRED NEIL, Butterfield, Muddy, B.B.,Richie, Odetta, Tim Hardin, and others that I was fortunate enough to film and record in the early 60's.  Your Bitter End material is of the same genre and I dont imagine Paul Colby or Fred Weintraub doing anything other than applaud you for your efforts to expand their horizons.  No one would object anymore in that they get more from our efforts than they do from their record companies and publishers.  Go For It and be Happy and I will personally defend your rights to do so.

Edited 2/18/02 9:15:54 PM ET by solomoney

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