Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, May 16, 2007.
Very interesting; please count me in!
Please count me in as well.
In like Flynn!
Steve, Count me in, Please.
Thank you Steve - would love to get a copy of this over here in the UK.
count me in steve!
(I'm In With) The 'In' Crowd !
This is exciting news! Would be very grateful to receive a copy here in Finland
Count me in. This old guy is up for some (G)old music. Steve, you have such a rich musical heritage. Thanks for sharing.
I'm in. Thanks very much!
...of course, Frank wasn't "late" at the time.
Fred, then a cook who moonlighted singing songwriters' demos, sang the version of Wayne Shanklin's "Jezebel" that inspired Laine to record the song. Darian told me that he (being of Armenian descant) added to the Eastern "sound" of Shanklin's song, and that his was intended to be a master.
As it tuned out, of course, "Jezebel" was Laine's first single for Columbia, and became one of his signature hits.
Cool story. Count me in!
A very interesting story, indeed. Thanks for making sure great music gets heard!
hey, i'm in too
The learning never ends.... love to hear this
Yes, I hope I can score one of these!
In a quest to expand my musical horizons I'd like to be put in for consideration also.
wow amazing story!
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