Old message # 560

I'm hoping this section will be used by more people,I didn't mean to turn it into an extension of "360"..please involve yourself in the dicussion...

02/03/2004, by 0 replies
  re: just figured out who you are

SMG.. Hey, no worries. Sorry for the confusion. I'm still interested to hear your replys to my original post though! Thanks for the compliment on my pie...

01/29/2004, by 0 replies
  just figured out who you are

Hey Jim,I didn't even realize it was you!(jb101 threw me re-last post asking if you were a person from 3-4 months back)I just listened to the first...

01/29/2004, by 0 replies

I saw your reply below,I'm wondering if you are the person who asked about composition links a few months back?I haven't had time to get into things yet,I ...

01/28/2004, by 0 replies
  RE: Life of SMG

Hey SMG, Thanks for the snapshot of what you're pouring your life efforts into of late. You're clearly a LOT more into composition than I am (or ma...

01/26/2004, by 0 replies
  re-Jim Lindstroms' thread last week

Hey Jim,Albetan,et al..let's keep on dealing with this over here....I'd be interested in checking out how the songs' developing.As far as what you were ask...

01/26/2004, by 0 replies
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