Blues-L 's most interesting characters
Sun Oct 28 16:10:22 EDT 2007
Hi Pam!! Yep, you were definitely one of the earliest chatters. :-)
re: days of BUNS Don't remember who I 'patted', but I DO remember the Kim
Wilson "pinch pinch" dialogues and still have the pinch-pinch photos
somewhere (courtesy of Toez at the Coach House, San Juan Capistrano. Toez,
remember the Wilson twins - Kim and Smokey? LOL!)
From: Pam [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2007 9:22 AM
To: Beverly Howell
Subject: Re: Blues-L 's most interesting characters
I am pretty sure that I was there for the Chats early on. I know that I
still have my Toez decoder. The Austin City Limits tribute to Jimmy Reed
was on here last night, and all I could think about was the days of BUNS.
Seems to me that you patted some at one point Bev.
Beverly Howell wrote:
><Steve Edmonson asked: Hey Beverly, Old hippie dude, Steve Edmonson here.
>I didn't know that you were lurking on the L. I was just trying to
>figure out when I first joined the Blues-L, and it now occurs to me that I
>heard about it in your aol chat room. I remember a few folks from the
>that are now on the Blues-L. When was that? Early nineties? Chefo,
>do you remember?
>Hi, Steve! :-)
>The Blues Chats were from 1993-1998. The very first one had six
>people, I remember Sunmyshine, Doug, Dave, me, and I can't remember the
>others....Toez maybe? The first chat that featured a 'formal guest'
>with pre-promotion was Doyle Bramhall (Sr.) in 1994.
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