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2006 - week 20 from May 20 - Seasick Steve

PostPosted: Sat May 27, 2006 10:13 am
by Charlie
Seq - Artist - Song Title - Album - Country - Label - Cat no

1 - Zainidin Imanaliev - Kuidim Chok (I Burn, I Smoulder Like Charcoal) - Tengir-Too: Mountain Music of Kyrgystan - Kyrgystan - Smithsonian - SFWCD40520

2 - Aldina Duarte - Dor Feliz - Crua - Portugal - EMI - 0946 3 53487 2

3 - Seasick Steve - Falling Off A Rock - Live in session - USA - -

4 - Mikail Aslam - Xatune (Lady) - Miraz (Miracle) - Turkey (Kurdistan) - Kalan - CD 348

5 - Seasick Steve - The Dead Song - Live in session - USA

C 60

PostPosted: Sat May 27, 2006 5:56 pm
by Charlie
emails:

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1. Kaye Sykes

On World of Music today there was a live interview with ... whom? Two of us listening, but neither of us caught the name. We were promised information on the BBC site, but here I am, and there's naught to be found. Please solve the mystery. Thanks, Kaye

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2. Jasmin Kinski

Could you please send me the list with the tracks which were played today, the 20th may.

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3. Janet Mansell

Have just heard a most amazing blues track by your last guest Steve. Unable to find his website. He was on the programme at 9.50 am GMT 20th May. Please can you help?? Regards JM

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4. Xenia

I am in Denver Colorado. I was listening to a BBC World Service radio program called "Music from Around the World". There was a blues man that lived in Norway. It sounded like his name was C-60. I didn't worry too much because I thought I could find his web page or look at the BBC's page as indicated by the host. I can't find this person anywhere on the net. Could you please let me know what his name is. He is clearly an American Blues player...he played "Falling off a Rock..." and "Dead". The program was extraordinary. The other music that is. Thank you very much. Xenia

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5. Chopa Manda Manda

I listened to your programme on the world service yesterday. There was a blues man you talked to. I believe he now lives in Norway.

Can you please let me have his website?

Regards,

Chopa.

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Steve's website is www.seasicksteve.com

email from Seasick Steve in Norway

PostPosted: Sat Sep 02, 2006 1:12 pm
by Charlie
well hello ther charlie i been thinkin of you and such and hoping you was gettin better

thats a damn thing

i was over there in august and played that big chill and then some festival up there in scotlan d

well it was all good them peoples went nuts

well this fellow filmed me up there in scotlan so its up on my web site thing if yall get bored you can see it

that new record comin out all over now

well the co that s puttin it out in europe well this boy was driving home late at night in germany well he was half listening to the radio then they says your show was comin on

well then he heard me on there and went all crazy and such so he finds me on the computer and says he wanna put the record out so there you go all cus of me being on your show

yeah they be flyin people from magazines from germany up here to talk to me and all kinds of things

well i been wantin to tell you but its so hard for me to type then i just thought i d do al ittle at a time

yep another thing i hope you dont mind but i put kinda a thank you to you and joe on my record

well thats about it charlie

pleae give my best to buffy to o

i hope this finds you on the mend

from steve

www.seasicksteve.com

Re: C 60

PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 9:06 am
by magdalena martinez
Charlie wrote:emails:


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5. Chopa Manda Manda

I listened to your programme on the world service yesterday. There was a blues man you talked to. I believe he now lives in Norway.

Can you please let me have his website?

Regards,

Chopa.

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Steve's website is www.seasicksteve.com


I realize this is probably not the best place to do this, but I am trying to contact Mr Chopa Manda and this is the only place I haven´t tried yet. I am hoping the gentleman who wrote in the forum is the same Chopa Manda that was my school teacher back in 1991. I have googled his name and of all the places he has come up in this is the most recent (only a year ago) and the only one I havent still tried. Is there any chance the administrator of this site could let me have his email or could forward this message to him?

Many thanks,

Magdalena Martinez