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December 09, 2012


Darryl W Bullock

Cheers Bob! Funny, but I hadn't twigged until now that Norridge Mayhams co-wrote Jingle Mint Twist. Adds a whole other layer to the Norris the Troubadour saga, doesn't it?

William Sommerwerck

I loved the rhyme of "Santa's come and gone" with "build a snowman on the lawn".

In "often sounding at the unsignable garage band level", I assume "unsignable" refers to the inability to get a recording contract, rather than the performers' failure to provide an ASL translation.


Liked 'Little picolo'. The clash between the guitar and the vocals chimed with something deep down in my soul and moved me to tears.
Thanks for all the posts here and at your blog.

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