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Dave Van Allen


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Doylestown, PA , US , Earth
Post Posted 12 Jan 2004 10:34 am     Reply with quote

WInnie Winston put out a book a while back called "Pedal Steel Guitar:A Manual of Style" which included a recording of the tabbed examples from Terry Bethel, Jimmie Crawford, John Hughey and Weldon Myrick.

Well I have the book, but darn if I can locate my copy of the accompanying recording... I believe it is now out of print so I'm askin'-
has anyone got this who is willing to share via cassette, CD-R, MP3 whatever?

Winnie, if I'm outta line on this, let me know...
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Tom Olson


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Spokane, WA
Post Posted 12 Jan 2004 11:47 am     Reply with quote

Dave, I was actually thinking of asking the same question.
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John Billings


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Ohio, USA
Post Posted 12 Jan 2004 12:12 pm     Reply with quote

OH, man! Me too!
JB
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Lee Baucum


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McAllen, Texas (Extreme South) The Final Frontier
Post Posted 12 Jan 2004 12:28 pm     Reply with quote

Hmmm. I have the floppy little record thingy. But the belt on my turntable broke.



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Lee, from South Texas
Down On The Rio Grande

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Ray Minich


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Bradford, Pa. Frozen Tundra
Post Posted 12 Jan 2004 1:38 pm     Reply with quote

Gentlemen;

I have the book and have already duplicated the record tracks to .wav files. It's up to Winnie if he'll let me share them.
Maybe for a fee???? Let me know, I can be reached at my e-mail above.

PS: I can put them onto CD, 1/4 inch tape, 8-track (just kidding), DVD, & cassette, I just can't cut any new vinyl :>)

[This message was edited by Ray Minich on 12 January 2004 at 01:42 PM.]

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Winnie Winston


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Tawa, Wellington, NZ * R.I.P.
Post Posted 13 Jan 2004 1:39 am     Reply with quote

Well... generally one should ask the publisher-- who is PIxenbar Music aka Jimmie Crawford.
Jimmie might have extra records around-- I think it came with three records, but it might have been two. I remember having to sacrifice some quality in order to fit all the stuff in that space.

Personally, it's fine with me to get it out. The more folks hear it, the better. It is great stuff.
But the real vote has to come from Jimmie.

JW

[This message was edited by Winnie Winston on 13 January 2004 at 01:40 AM.]

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tom anderson


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leawood, ks., usa
Post Posted 13 Jan 2004 1:17 pm     Reply with quote

I see this for sale all the time on E-bay with a cd now. I lost my floppy record too but don't want to buy the book again. Check E-bay
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Tom Olson


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Spokane, WA
Post Posted 13 Jan 2004 3:43 pm     Reply with quote

Tom A. -- could it be that you're thinking of the first Winnie Winston book? I see the first one on eBay too -- but I've never seen the second one.
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Winnie Winston


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Tawa, Wellington, NZ * R.I.P.
Post Posted 14 Jan 2004 1:55 am     Reply with quote

The OAK BOOK "Pedal Steel Guitar" now is sold with a CD.

The "Manual of Style" came with records-- and not the little floppy ones-- 45rpm sized but 33.3 long play, two sides.

JW
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David L. Donald


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Koh Samui Island, Thailand
Post Posted 14 Jan 2004 2:45 am     Reply with quote

I have the record, but darned if I can find a Record Player!!!
I want to do the HCOA album to digital and clean it up on cd too and can't either.

That says a lot about the times LOL.
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Ray Minich


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Bradford, Pa. Frozen Tundra
Post Posted 14 Jan 2004 8:02 am     Reply with quote

Gentlemen; I hope no one thought I was implying a fee to me, I meant a fee to Winnie. Now that we've got that cleared up, if there is no "rights" problem I'd be happy to send the .wav's to whoever needs them.

BTW: my OAK book came with the little floppy record (well protected by me since 1977), the Manual of Style came with two vinyl records. I also have 3 turntables, none of which work 'cause the belts have all turned to dust. New belts are available from MCM Electronics. Gotta order several today.

Regards

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Tom Olson


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Spokane, WA
Post Posted 14 Jan 2004 8:16 am     Reply with quote

I might be wrong about this, but -- I think if you own the book and records, there is no copyright infringement problem with somebody else selling or giving you a tape (or other form) copy of the records, because you've already paid for a license to make your own personal copies of the record.

I think the problems start when you give or sell a re-recorded version of the published sound recording to somebody who has not purchased a copy of the recording from the publisher.

Like I say, this might be wrong, but my hunch is that it's correct.
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Adam Johnson


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Ohio, USA
Post Posted 11 Jan 2017 12:09 am     Reply with quote

Ray Minich wrote:
Gentlemen; In desperate need of the Audio for this! Thanks

I have the book and have already duplicated the record tracks to .wav files. It's up to Winnie if he'll let me share them.
Maybe for a fee???? Let me know, I can be reached at my e-mail above.

PS: I can put them onto CD, 1/4 inch tape, 8-track (just kidding), DVD, & cassette, I just can't cut any new vinyl :>)
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Ray Minich


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Bradford, Pa. Frozen Tundra
Post Posted 12 Jan 2017 4:52 pm     Reply with quote

If someone is looking for the audio tracks, I have them (mp3's) somewhere and it will take me a couple of days to wade through about 10 terabytes of disk drives to find them, but I will do it if needed. Please send me a private message. It has already been determined that there is no copyright infringement if you own a copy of the book.

Warmest regards,
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