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Re: making money off your music

i hope everyone is eagerly awaiting to buy  my one page tome on the 
girthiness and playability of AEAC#EA  tuning that i use to great 
advantage for my Drones. that lo A is @ 55 hz.
seeyall at the fest

-----Original Message-----

From: Jim Goodin 

Sent: Oct 8, 2010 8:02 PM

To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com

Subject: Re: making money off your music

Bill wow, thank you.  That means a lot.  It was a long path getting DADGAD 
Encyclopedia out.  When I got the deal I thought wow one more book on 
DADGAD, is it really needed but 184 pages later I managed to say something 
about it from my experiences and influences.  MB has done a good job 
keeping it on the shelves and it's nice to hear when it turns up in a 
local store.  Greatly appreciate your words and referrals.  

Can't wait for the Fest, really looking fwd to seeing (hearing) you and 
Rick and everyone.


On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 5:21 PM, William Walker <billwalker@baymoon.com> 

"Another thing that happened in that period and probably the best thing at 
least from visibility and commercial side was I had the good fortune to 
get in the Mel Bay family and got a book deal in 2001 that led to the 
publishing of a book CD I authored on DADGAD. "

excellent book BTW Jim, I came across it just the other day in our music 
store.  I will recommend it to students and do-it-your-selfers alike.


>From Brooklyn To Glindran, a new World/Free Jazz recording by Jim Goodin 
>& Peter Thörn.  Proceeds
from the sale of this CD will benefit JDRF International.