Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Yuleblog Comments Pt. 2

I've gone back and answered comments left here at the yuleblog for the past two months. If you've left a comment here during that time, the answer now awaits you at the post you left it at. Or simply click on the link:



Zube has left a new comment on your post "JohnsCDs 2006-1172-001 - A Sleigh Full Of Joy: Sharity Rarities 2006":

Love your site, have been enjoying it for some time.

I would love to have a copy of this CD, but I can't make it work for me. I have dialup at home and the download never finishes. I have some blocking at work so fileshare is off limits. Would it be too much of an imposition to get you to upload this CD to filehosting.cc? That one I can download at work without problems.

Thanks, Zube


Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "April 2007":

All right Captain. You do deserve a break! In fact, you deserve a raise!
Thanks for all the elbow greese on the keyboard! I have enjoyed the ride immensely!

Jonathan, a.k.a. RadioJonD


PDMan has left a new comment on your post "April 2007":

I have really enjoyed the reviews of all the compilations (whew!) and I hope you enjoy your time off from the site. Thanks for all the hard work!


JingleBellsesfromtheWellses has left a new comment on your post "April 2007":

Still going through the Yuleblog DT's but not as bad as a week ago. Hope you are enjoying your quality time while your public anxiously await your triumphant return!


Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "April 2007":

Do you have any recommendations on where to get ahold of Adventure of Carols by Ferrante & Teicher? It's only available for streaming at FALALALA.

Thanks for your help


Tony has left a new comment on your post "April 2007":

Capt - take TWO months off, you deserve it!


PDMan has left a new comment on your post "Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - I Know What He Wants For Christmas... but I don't know how to wrap it!":

Finally...a good scan of the back cover! You, sir, are THE MAN!


Stephen has left a new comment on your post "Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - I Know What He Wants For Christmas... but I don't know how to wrap it!":

Yep, I've loved this album since I first heard it a few years ago. It's as clever as it ever was, and even though it's obviously a low-budget album, it's better written than most music today. Sorry to hear that you got such an unwelcome response to your phone call.

Welcome back, Cap'n!


Mondo Loco has left a new comment on your post "Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - I Know What He Wants For Christmas... but I don't know how to wrap it!":

Thanks for the mention! Yes, Kay is a classic! I recently saw that a copy of her album "At the Lorelei" sold for $100+ on eBay! I was tempted, but decided to pass... I'll be adding her album "Kay Martin Sings Naughty and Nice Songs" in a few weeks. I also have the "In Las Vegas" LP, which was released with a few different covers. The one that shows here is the one I have. Excellent research and very interesting!!


Mondo Loco has left a new comment on your post "Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - I Know What He Wants For Christmas... but I don't know how to wrap it!":

I posted a bonus photo on the Groove Grotto — cheers!


Jonathan has left a new comment on your post "Kay Martin & Her Body Guards - I Know What He Wants For Christmas... but I don't know how to wrap it!":

Your generosity knows no bounds, Captain! Thanks!
What say we hit Reno and book a room at the lodge? They won't hang up on us there!


Ernie has left a new comment on your post "Eddie G's Sun-Drenched Xmas 2003":

As is my way, I stopped at the Goodwill store after work yesterday. The vinyl yielded a few goodies that I won't go into here, but the CDs turned up something I hadn't seen before. From the wacky folks at Rhino, circa 1995, it's Legends Of The Accordian, and who should be in there, but your own Eddie G. Apparently, he's the editor in chief of some mainstream accordian magazine, or at least he was back in 1994. He writes a couple paragraphs of liner notes, and there's a small picture of him with some lady, both playing the squeezebox. I don't know if this is going to help you get any closer to Eddie G, but maybe.


JohnWells has left a new comment on your post "The Yuleblog Days Of Summer":

Welcome back! Glad to hear that all is well in your life; the DT's subsided here somewhat....with the Yuleblog down and all....great to have ya back!!


stubbysfears has left a new comment on your post "The Yuleblog Days Of Summer":

COME BACK, SHANE!! SHANE, COME BACK!!


Ernie has left a new comment on your post "The Yuleblog Days Of Summer":

There's a Christmas in July? Huh! Who'd a thunk it?


Stephen has left a new comment on your post "The Yuleblog Days Of Summer":

Looking forward to having you back, my friend.


Ernie has left a new comment on your post "Opening Night":

Break a leg, Cap'n!


Stephen has left a new comment on your post "Opening Night":

A play with a message - I like that. Sorry I didn't see this until now. I hope it all went well, Cap!


stubbysfears has left a new comment on your post "Ella Fitzgerald's Christmas (2006)":

Ah, the blog that refreshes!
Thank you! And congratulations upon your triumphant return.


stubbysfears has left a new comment on your post "The Don Les Harmonicats - Christmas With":

Well, if you harken back to your reviews in March (27th?), there's Bruce Kurnow's "Holidays In Harmonicaland".
Here's the CDBaby link.

It's a bit uneven, and a couple of the songs are new agey piano. But, as harmonica Christmas albums go...well, gee, there aren't a whole lot.


Ernie has left a new comment on your post "The Don Les Harmonicats - Christmas With":

Don't forget the 'Cats version of Winter Wonderland. It's just a little taste of what a great album these guys could have put out in their prime.


Ernie has left a new comment on your post "Jan Garber & His Orchestra - Christmas Dance Party":

This was one of the albums I wanted to share out last year, but PDman beat me to the punch. Plus, he had a stereo copy, so it worked out better this way. Great stuff!


Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Jan Garber & His Orchestra - Christmas Dance Party":

This is awesome!! Thank You so much for making these great christmas albums available. Top notch recording of the vinyl!!! Greg


PDMan has left a new comment on your post "Jan Garber & His Orchestra - Christmas Dance Party":

Thanks for the kind words, Capt! This is one of my all-time favorite Christmas albums and to happen onto a stereo copy was a real thrill. Glad everyone is enjoying it!


Puckwheat has left a new comment on your post "Hawaiian Christmas (TWO REVIEWS)":

Am I the only one that thinks that Santa looks like Avery Schrieber on this cover? OK, showing my age again! Glad to see the link is still good for this, too!


Ernie has left a new comment on your post "Hawaiian Christmas (TWO REVIEWS)":

I don't know why, but I have loved "Here Comes Santa In A Red Canoe" since I brought this record home. Did I mention I picked this up for a dime? Oh, yea...


PDMan has left a new comment on your post "Eddie Dunstedter, We Hardly Knew Ye...":

Christmas Candy is simply a fantastic album that you never tire listening to. Thanks for the info about Dunstedter - it's appreciated!


Puckwheat has left a new comment on your post "Eddie Dunstedter, We Hardly Knew Ye...":

I love all three of these. Never knew much about Eddie until now. Thanks, Captain!



Capt

2 comments:

Ernie said...

Is it OK to leave a comment on a list of comments? I'm not sure if that's proper etiquettte...

CaptainOT said...

Ernie - It's all par for the course as far as I'm concerned.


Capt