[NSP] Re: Doubleday et al

2010-12-19 Thread Richard York
(I've missed a day on this, while I was daft enough to honour a gig in Hampstead: 1 hr 40 there, 7 hours 20 back. The joys of the soft south!) You're absolutely right, John. It is, to adapt an earlier comment, pointless comparing apples and potatoes. But since we've mentioned it I was

[NSP] Re: Doubleday et al

2010-12-19 Thread Matt Seattle
On Sun, Dec 19, 2010 at 12:55 PM, Richard York [1]rich...@lizards.force9.co.uk wrote: for me hearing Billy Pigg (interesting how often his name crops up in this) playing the Wild Hills of Wannie just Did It ... a seed was set Yes -- References 1.

[NSP] Re: Doubleday et al

2010-12-19 Thread Francis Wood
On 19 Dec 2010, at 12:55, Richard York wrote: It would be interesting to know how many people, either within the North Eastern fold or out of it, were first inspired by hearing Mr Pigg's playing, though. Well, me for a start. Knowing almost nothing about traditional music, and never

[NSP] Re: Doubleday et al

2010-12-19 Thread Colin
group nsp@cs.dartmouth.edu Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2010 2:55 PM Subject: [NSP] Re: Doubleday et al On 19 Dec 2010, at 12:55, Richard York wrote: It would be interesting to know how many people, either within the North Eastern fold or out of it, were first inspired by hearing Mr Pigg's

[NSP] Re: Doubleday et al

2010-12-19 Thread brimor
playing and teaching that I ordered a set right away. Sheila -Original Message- From: Richard York rich...@lizards.force9.co.uk To: John Dally dir...@gmail.com; NSP group nsp@cs.dartmouth.edu Sent: Sun, Dec 19, 2010 7:55 am Subject: [NSP] Re: Doubleday et al (I've missed a day