[JPL] Help

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 Terry Coen is working this for Doodlin' Records

 


 

 

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Sent: Tue, Aug 24, 2010 11:37 pm
Subject: [JPL] Help


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Hi people,



   Need some help with a few CD's.



   Can anyone tell me who handles Doodlin'?  Still waiting on Pat Bianchi.



   How about Cellar Live? Cory Weeds still not in.



Regards,



Don Gordon

KIPO - Honolulu

www.dongordon.net





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