|By david, glasgow, scotland (18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124) on Thursday, February 07, 2002 - 03:30 pm:|
i wrote to bill mcgraw re his article on paradise valley.
here's his reply :-
Thanks for the note, and thanks for turning me on to your great web site. I would have listed it in the paper today if I had known about it. I actually know Lowell slightly as we have mutual friends, and I am familiar with your name and comments from Lowell�s web site. While I can�t turn around and do another story right away about historic preservation, I really want to do something on United Sound. I lived in the WSU neighborhood for 17 years, and I�m familiar both with the building and its history. It would probably help a story if I had more than one example of historic music/cultural places that are being allowed to die�Any other ideas? (There might be some on your site; I didn�t have time yet to check it all out.) Right away I think of the Grande Ballroom and Eastown�
i responded that motown studio B and tera shirma need protecting for starters.
watch this space.
|By Keith Rylatt (126.96.36.199 - 188.8.131.52) on Tuesday, April 09, 2002 - 03:43 am:|
Hi Everyone. Having just stumbled across this particular thread, some of you avid record collectors might be interested in the following. In the 70's I placed Want Ads in the `Chicago Reader` and the `Free Press`. The Reader ad, got me a package of free records from Clifford Binns, Pres. of `The Grandville Record Corp`, they wanted me to promote their stuff in the UK, possibly because I said I might be able to get it played on Radio 1 !!!!!!!(National radio)!!! The Free Press got me a couple of replies, inc. a reel to reel of some shows from WKNR. Why don't you give it a shot? Also the City Hall, International Commerce Dept. were very helpful. Keith.