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Topic review - Lind at large for another fortnight
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  Post subject:  Re: Lind at large for another fortnight  Reply with quote
Hi Jay, can't figure out what protocol there is, but welcome to the board. Thanks for sharing your experience with us.
Post Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 6:30 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Lind at large for another fortnight  Reply with quote
I'm having a hard time following all of the protocol just to get a message to you Mr. Lind. I noticed on a daily blog called "Olde Disc Jockey's
Almanac" that today (Nov. 25th) is your birthday . Happy Day. Just wanted to relate a brief story to you about me pertaining to you.
Back in the late '60's I was a Program Director of a "Top 40" radio station in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas (McAllen)...and was
fortunate enough be a guest DJ on Dick Clark's American Bandstand via telephone. One of the questions he asked at the end of our
conversation was .."What is my favorite song". I said, "Elusive Butterfly by Bob Lind"..which he promptly played to his live audience
and dancers. Just about all the dancers just stood there and kind of swayed back and forth, but not dancing. It occurred to me that
it apparently was a difficult song to dance to, I guess. At least Dick played to song. That's it, friend. All the best to you.
Post Posted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 12:58 pm
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Tip top stuff. I'll epxcet more now.
Post Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:20 pm
  Post subject:  Lind at large for another fortnight  Reply with quote
Just heard from Mr. Lind in L.A.

He's having a great time, very pleased with how the filming's going and the performances are being received, and expects to be back in commission in two weeks -- he should touch down from La-La Lind (I mean La-La Land, tra-la-lind) around the 15th of November.

At which point all questions will be answered. From the horse's mouth. Authoritatively.
Post Posted: Wed Nov 01, 2006 3:05 pm

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