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Favorite Flatpickers
Norman Blake; Doc Watson; Jack Lawrence; Bryan Sutton; Dan Crary; & lots more
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Pretty much everything the poeple on the above list do.
Favorite Guitars
12 fret slot head dreads; Norman Blake 000-28

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At 7:41am on August 21, 2008, Richard Rothenberg said…
Hey Dick,

Yep, its me alright,,,
You left your e-mail address, but after i
left the page and could not retrive it again,
so please resend along with your phone number
(which i did try to track down a few times but
i think you are not the only Richard Morrill in
the area. Anyway also send your phone number.
my contact information is
rgregg48@hotmail.com
ph (502) 807 3655.....

very happy to hear from you and hopefully
get reaquaited,,,, i remember everything,
(i can remember what happened 30 years ago
but cant always remember what happened
30 seconds ago)

Regards,
Rick

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