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Old 06-21-2004, 06:28 PM   #26
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Yes indeed, I too have felt emotion for one of Gord's songs. For some reason,"Harmony"(the song) has brought me to tears a few times since its release. I have never felt that way about a song before and can't seem to describe why. I am not one to show much in the way of emotion but this song is very powerful for me. Maybe I am going through male menopause or something! lol
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Old 06-21-2004, 06:38 PM   #27
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FLASHBACK ALERT!!!

Well today was a good day! For some reason today has brought a lot of memories out of the closet. As I spoke about in the opening post on this thread, my first lightfoot experience was in grade school in the mid seventies. Well today I remembered that the old Nun's name was Sister Mary Aiden and her favourite song was "Summertime Dream" Well I guess that puts the timeline after 1976 and the release of the same album. Somehow I think that she may still be alive and listening to "Harmony". She may even be posting in this site under an alias! lol

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Old 06-22-2004, 03:18 AM   #28
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Well here I am, following Mair's message above. I'm honoured. Or: "what did I start? What am I responsible for?!" No, honoured!! And how could I not join you now - after "discovering" Gord through Mair (Inspiration Lady...) and after hearing from her what a lovely lot you are... prove her right!
Mair - hello, how did I do?

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Old 06-22-2004, 03:18 AM   #29
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Well here I am, following Mair's message above. I'm honoured. Or: "what did I start? What am I responsible for?!" No, honoured!! And how could I not join you now - after "discovering" Gord through Mair (Inspiration Lady...) and after hearing from her what a lovely lot you are... prove her right!
Mair - hello, how did I do?

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Old 06-22-2004, 04:13 AM   #30
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Tomorrow is June 23rd,2004. Doesn't sound all that exciting,right?

Well,one exciting thing happened for a week starting on that date,quite sometime ago.
What was it?..............................

It was 30 years ago on Sunday,June 23rd,1974 that,"Sundown" went to number 1 for a solitary week,ending on Saturday,June 29th,1974. It may have only been a week but at least he got there! Happy 30th anniversary to Gordon Lightfoot's Sundown LP and #1 hit! Aurevoir!

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Old 06-22-2004, 11:04 AM   #31
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quote:Originally posted by Alison:
[B]Well here I am, following Mair's message above. I'm honoured. Or: "what did I start? What am I responsible for?!" No, honoured!! And how could I not join you now - after "discovering" Gord through Mair (Inspiration Lady...) and after hearing from her what a lovely lot you are... prove her right!
Mair - hello, how did I do?

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First a warm welcome to Alison great to see that Mair dragged you out into the open I reckon you did all right. Post some more
Then thanks to Walter Stoneborder for reminding me how important tomorrow June 23rd is for me. In my story above I memtioned that
"I met....a chatty Gordfan called Susan"
Susan's side of the story is at:-

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&safe=off&selm =03e50698.ffa64d5d%40usw-ex0104-028.remarq.com
complete with some of the lyrics of Whisper My Name that we played at our wedding in Sherborne, Dorset my gordness it is now four wonderful and action packed years since that most happy day of my life. To cap it all we have with Jenney just attended the wedding of Lauren the daughter of another lovely lady I met in the chat room back in 1999, Jenney's report is at:-

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&safe=off&sel m=20040620111913.05741.00000338%40mb-m05.aol.com
Plus see Susan's reply saying that Jenney had omitted "our" song from her list of Gord songs played during Lauren's wedding reception

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Old 06-22-2004, 11:04 AM   #32
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quote:Originally posted by Alison:
[B]Well here I am, following Mair's message above. I'm honoured. Or: "what did I start? What am I responsible for?!" No, honoured!! And how could I not join you now - after "discovering" Gord through Mair (Inspiration Lady...) and after hearing from her what a lovely lot you are... prove her right!
Mair - hello, how did I do?

[B]
First a warm welcome to Alison great to see that Mair dragged you out into the open I reckon you did all right. Post some more
Then thanks to Walter Stoneborder for reminding me how important tomorrow June 23rd is for me. In my story above I memtioned that
"I met....a chatty Gordfan called Susan"
Susan's side of the story is at:-

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&safe=off&selm =03e50698.ffa64d5d%40usw-ex0104-028.remarq.com
complete with some of the lyrics of Whisper My Name that we played at our wedding in Sherborne, Dorset my gordness it is now four wonderful and action packed years since that most happy day of my life. To cap it all we have with Jenney just attended the wedding of Lauren the daughter of another lovely lady I met in the chat room back in 1999, Jenney's report is at:-

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&safe=off&sel m=20040620111913.05741.00000338%40mb-m05.aol.com
Plus see Susan's reply saying that Jenney had omitted "our" song from her list of Gord songs played during Lauren's wedding reception

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Old 06-22-2004, 09:16 PM   #33
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Happy 30th "Sundown"
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Old 06-26-2004, 01:38 AM   #34
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Well I just finished listening to "Talking In Your Sleep". First time listening to it with the lyrics and chords. That is a great song. I just love those chord progressions. I will have to add this one to my ever growing favourites list!
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Old 06-26-2004, 08:01 PM   #35
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I go back with Gord longer than I want to remember! I have seen him live in concert maybe ten times or so, but the best was a perfect summers night in the summer of maybe 1979 at the Garden State Arts center in New Jersey. It was a cool night, a soft breeze, at least three encores, and Gord was perfect, a super performance. My sister came with me and she started to listen to him and before long she was hooked too! I think the best though was visiting my sister a few years ago and stopping short when I heard my nephew practicing some chords on his guitar... I stopped short and smiled as he struggled through " Sundown". This guy is cool Uncle Paul he said. (meaning Gords music) Yes he is! There are very few artists that can span generations the way Gord has. This young man is a rocker and is only fifteen and 1979 is a long time ago.
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Old 06-26-2004, 08:01 PM   #36
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I go back with Gord longer than I want to remember! I have seen him live in concert maybe ten times or so, but the best was a perfect summers night in the summer of maybe 1979 at the Garden State Arts center in New Jersey. It was a cool night, a soft breeze, at least three encores, and Gord was perfect, a super performance. My sister came with me and she started to listen to him and before long she was hooked too! I think the best though was visiting my sister a few years ago and stopping short when I heard my nephew practicing some chords on his guitar... I stopped short and smiled as he struggled through " Sundown". This guy is cool Uncle Paul he said. (meaning Gords music) Yes he is! There are very few artists that can span generations the way Gord has. This young man is a rocker and is only fifteen and 1979 is a long time ago.
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Old 07-09-2004, 01:12 PM   #37
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In 1970, I heard Gordon Lightfoot for the first time. I was in my '64 Dodge Dart equpited with only an AM radio and heard "If You Could Read My Mind." I still remember being almost entranced as I listened to it for the first time. Being a Folkie and playing an acustic guitar, well this fit right in with me. I did, however, believe he was new. I bought the album and I am sure wore my parents out playing it over and over. Well a short time later, "Summer Side of Life" came out and I bought that, too. One day while roaming through the record section at Treasure City in Haltom City, Texas, I saw the five UA releases and bought them, too. What a treasure those were. So many of these songs I had heard other sing but was unaware they belonged to GL. I wound up in Panama in '71-72 with Uncle Sam and bought Don Quixote while there. Well I wound up with about 16 or so LP's and almost as many GL books. I had the pleasure of seeing him in concert at The Dallas Convention Center and in Fort Worth at the Tarrant County Convention Center. I was standing back stage talking with a Fort Worth Police Officer who was providing security for the event. Barry Keene, Gord's drummer, came out and thanked us for providing secutiry. I told him that, although I was an officer, that I was not part of the security, that I was there for the concert and that I had all of GL's albums up to that time. Barry invited me to come back stage and meet Gordon. Gordon was extremely gracious and very friendly. We visited for several minutes and he thanked me for buying his albums and coming to the concert. I have all the vinyls still but have managed to get all of them on CD's as well, except for Harmony. I have looked for it and I am sure it will turn up somewhere soon. I can truly say that I have followed his music from start to present. It is almost amazing that you feel like he is a "good friend" after all these years, rather than just some singer/songwriter.
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In 1970, I heard Gordon Lightfoot for the first time. I was in my '64 Dodge Dart equpited with only an AM radio and heard "If You Could Read My Mind." I still remember being almost entranced as I listened to it for the first time. Being a Folkie and playing an acustic guitar, well this fit right in with me. I did, however, believe he was new. I bought the album and I am sure wore my parents out playing it over and over. Well a short time later, "Summer Side of Life" came out and I bought that, too. One day while roaming through the record section at Treasure City in Haltom City, Texas, I saw the five UA releases and bought them, too. What a treasure those were. So many of these songs I had heard other sing but was unaware they belonged to GL. I wound up in Panama in '71-72 with Uncle Sam and bought Don Quixote while there. Well I wound up with about 16 or so LP's and almost as many GL books. I had the pleasure of seeing him in concert at The Dallas Convention Center and in Fort Worth at the Tarrant County Convention Center. I was standing back stage talking with a Fort Worth Police Officer who was providing security for the event. Barry Keene, Gord's drummer, came out and thanked us for providing secutiry. I told him that, although I was an officer, that I was not part of the security, that I was there for the concert and that I had all of GL's albums up to that time. Barry invited me to come back stage and meet Gordon. Gordon was extremely gracious and very friendly. We visited for several minutes and he thanked me for buying his albums and coming to the concert. I have all the vinyls still but have managed to get all of them on CD's as well, except for Harmony. I have looked for it and I am sure it will turn up somewhere soon. I can truly say that I have followed his music from start to present. It is almost amazing that you feel like he is a "good friend" after all these years, rather than just some singer/songwriter.
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Old 07-24-2004, 06:11 PM   #39
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I can't recall exactly when I first made my Lightfoot connection. I started learning the guitar at 13, and i suppose i just waded into Lightfoot's music since it is, of course, so guitar oriented. The first album I bought was simply titled "Lightfoot", and my favourite song from that lp was "Peaceful Waters". Hope I am right about that song being on that record, if not, someone will correct me I am sure.

I think on my nineteenth birthday I went in to the local record store and bought every Lightfoot record they had. I guess that spells out hardcore fan lol. I was going to list some favourite songs, but that would take forever. I also spend a lot of time on www.lightfoot.ca with my guitar. I am perhaps not the best singer and guitarist in the world but I enjoy attempting to play his music. Guess that's my story, bye for now.
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I can't recall exactly when I first made my Lightfoot connection. I started learning the guitar at 13, and i suppose i just waded into Lightfoot's music since it is, of course, so guitar oriented. The first album I bought was simply titled "Lightfoot", and my favourite song from that lp was "Peaceful Waters". Hope I am right about that song being on that record, if not, someone will correct me I am sure.

I think on my nineteenth birthday I went in to the local record store and bought every Lightfoot record they had. I guess that spells out hardcore fan lol. I was going to list some favourite songs, but that would take forever. I also spend a lot of time on www.lightfoot.ca with my guitar. I am perhaps not the best singer and guitarist in the world but I enjoy attempting to play his music. Guess that's my story, bye for now.
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Old 07-26-2004, 02:28 AM   #41
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You know, this Internet thing has really proven how small the world really is and this thread really compounds that thought.

Not only did I find someone who saw Lightfoot concerts at Humphrey's, where I saw my first Lightfoot concert, but now I read James' tale and find that we were in Panama during the same time frame. I lived there from July of 70 - July of 72. Of course, I was only a kid as it was my father who had the relationship with that same Uncle Sam

James, at what base were you stationed? We were at Albrook the first year and Howard the second.


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In 1970, I heard Gordon Lightfoot for the first time. I was in my '64 Dodge Dart equpited with only an AM radio and heard "If You Could Read My Mind." I still remember being almost entranced as I listened to it for the first time. Being a Folkie and playing an acustic guitar, well this fit right in with me. I did, however, believe he was new. I bought the album and I am sure wore my parents out playing it over and over. Well a short time later, "Summer Side of Life" came out and I bought that, too. One day while roaming through the record section at Treasure City in Haltom City, Texas, I saw the five UA releases and bought them, too. What a treasure those were. So many of these songs I had heard other sing but was unaware they belonged to GL. I wound up in Panama in '71-72 with Uncle Sam and bought Don Quixote while there. Well I wound up with about 16 or so LP's and almost as many GL books. I had the pleasure of seeing him in concert at The Dallas Convention Center and in Fort Worth at the Tarrant County Convention Center. I was standing back stage talking with a Fort Worth Police Officer who was providing security for the event. Barry Keene, Gord's drummer, came out and thanked us for providing secutiry. I told him that, although I was an officer, that I was not part of the security, that I was there for the concert and that I had all of GL's albums up to that time. Barry invited me to come back stage and meet Gordon. Gordon was extremely gracious and very friendly. We visited for several minutes and he thanked me for buying his albums and coming to the concert. I have all the vinyls still but have managed to get all of them on CD's as well, except for Harmony. I have looked for it and I am sure it will turn up somewhere soon. I can truly say that I have followed his music from start to present. It is almost amazing that you feel like he is a "good friend" after all these years, rather than just some singer/songwriter.

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I just refound this old topic and thought our newer members should see it and if possible contribute
(also you stationmaster your postings here are notably delinquent and sadly missed).
As is [b]anything] by that once prolific Brit lass Gaby
(I'll try to remembeer to give her a steam type telephone call next week to check that she is OK)
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I just refound this old topic and thought our newer members should see it and if possible contribute
(also you stationmaster your postings here are notably delinquent and sadly missed).
As is [b]anything] by that once prolific Brit lass Gaby
(I'll try to remembeer to give her a steam type telephone call next week to check that she is OK)
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Didn't Stationmaster move to Newfoundland or Labrador?
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When I was 16 (1977) a friend of mine threw a party and asked me to bring my stereo and music for dancing. There was one girl there for whom a felt a particular warmth, if I may wax euphemistic for a moment, and I selected "Carefree Highway" as a slow dance song with her several times that night (it's a fairly long song, and "Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" didn't seem like much of a potential make-out tune). No, nothing ribald happened. It was disappointingly innocent, but I do fondly remember burying my face in what I then thought was the most beautiful hair I had ever seen and dancing away in utter bliss to Gordon's voice. That was 28 years ago, but I've never forgotten it, and I still think of that girl and her hair whenever I hear or play that song. Gosh she smelled good!
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(also you stationmaster your postings here are notably delinquent and sadly missed).
As is anything by that once prolific Brit lass Gaby
(I'll try to remembeer to give her a steam type telephone call next week to check that she is OK)
Well All Right.
I have just telephoned Gaby in England and given her a proverbial kick up the backside
and she wishes to tell everybody that she is fine and intends returning to the fold.
I will also be leaving her a private message suggesting she looks at this topic and replies
with a suitable anecdote
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(also you stationmaster your postings here are notably delinquent and sadly missed).
As is anything by that once prolific Brit lass Gaby
(I'll try to remembeer to give her a steam type telephone call next week to check that she is OK)
Well All Right.
I have just telephoned Gaby in England and given her a proverbial kick up the backside
and she wishes to tell everybody that she is fine and intends returning to the fold.
I will also be leaving her a private message suggesting she looks at this topic and replies
with a suitable anecdote
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I am bringing this thread (which for me suffers badly from the duplicated postings with a variety of inaccurate posting attributions syndrome, and which was started by our stationmaster), back to the top once again as it is an interesting thread for the newbies around here and also to refer to the picture I displayed on 7 June 2004 showing a friend's 1967-ish Montreal based folk singing group

Taken at a Pirates and Prostitutes themed party
From the left my Montreal era friend Dave Moxey partly hidden (in Pirate headgear!), Rae, Dave Taggart, Peter Wright
Dave Taggart always reminded me of Dave Guard one of the original Kingston Trio
It was Pete Wright (newly arrived from Toronto where he had seen Gord at the Riverboat) who got us to see Gord on Sunday May 21st 1967 at The New Penelope Coffee House In Montreal


Dave subsequently bought a 12 string and very kindly lent me his 6 string to learn to "sort of" play guitar on.
I refound this thread on the old forum after I recently discovered that David Moxey was now in Australia

I went to Dave's s wedding in Marlborough UK in about 1982) and now know that he married a girl from Melbourne and as he has now retired they moved to Melbourne last year and he is having a house built in the suburb of Lower Plenty (no doubt a farm full of cows!!). I have phoned him and he is still a Lighthead (having received the box set for Christmas) (I have an old reel to reel tape with him rendering 'I'll Be Allright" that I now have on a CD so will be making an mp3 to pass on to him later) so I shall therefore try to put him in touch with the other fans I know of in Melbourne (Ron Peter and Mende we met up with last April)
I also noted that "our newest member" is "aussiejen", of course she might be an expatriate or might be yet another fan from down under, but there is no location information provided in her profile unfortunately and she has yet to post so perhaps she could now do so and tell us more so that we can welcome her into our friendly circle
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I first saw Gord in LA at the Troubadour in the late 1960s. I was hooked immediately. Bought every album (the vinyl kind) up to and including Dream Street Rose, as well as a number of song books (my sister gave me DQ for my birthday in 1972). Then I moved, sold my guitar, and somehow my music life went into hibernation. Then about a year ago I bought a mandolin (inspired by Sierra Hull) and it was in looking for music to play on it that I discovered the music books. Then of course I had to goodle him and discovered he was playing here (Portland) the next month (last August). Oh my gosh, was that a life-changing experience; now I'm a born-again Lighthead, listen to him all day at work, trying to make up for 27 years lost. I didn't even know he had been so ill; am so thankful he's still with us!
It's so great to know that all of you out there love him as much as I do...

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Really wonderful to hear this Ann. Welcome back to this great music man.
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