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Topic: West Coast Live (15 msgs / 518 lines)
1) From: McConnel
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Just finished listening to NPR's West Coast Live which featured musician =
Steve Willis who brought a WB Poppery II and some Ethiopian decaf. =
Started a roast but host Sedge Thompson had to cut him off at first =
crack at over five minutes so he could get to a song. Probably took =
longer than he expected because of a long studio extension cord. Willis =
did credit Sweet Maria's as the best place to get started with =
homeroasting supplies and knowledge.

2) From: Sandy Andina
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Woo-hoo:  another musician homeroaster!  Let's see, there's Willis,  
Robert Jason, Greg from N. Riverside, Justin Marquez, and yours  
truly. Who else is lurking?
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Sandy
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Woo-hoo:  another musician =
homeroaster!  Let's see, there's Willis, Robert Jason, Greg from N. =
Riverside, Justin Marquez, and yours truly. Who else is =
lurking?
On Sep 2, 2006, at 4:20 PM, McConnel =
wrote:
Just finished listening = to NPR's West Coast Live which featured musician Steve Willis who = brought a WB Poppery II and some Ethiopian decaf. Started a roast but = host Sedge Thompson had to cut him off at first crack at over five = minutes so he could get to a song. Probably took longer than he expected = because of a long studio extension cord. Willis did credit Sweet = Maria's as the best place to get started with homeroasting supplies and = knowledge.
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3) From: Les
Sandy,
I am a professional singer.  They pay me not to!
Les
(Actually I am a retired Blues hamonica player and did some singing in
a blues band)
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4) From: Scott Marquardt
Unless you know something I don't, I haven't yet gotten Greg hooked on the
roasting gig. At the market he's content to soak up the coffee which is, of
course, free for our minstrels.
;-)
On 9/4/06, Sandy Andina  wrote:
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5) From: Sandy Andina
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ah, I stand corrected! By the way, there is a famous folkie who lurks  
on Coffee Geek (though I don't think he's a homeroaster, he does  
travel with an espresso machine and grinder): Garnet Rogers.
On Sep 4, 2006, at 11:23 PM, Scott Marquardt wrote:
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Sandy
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ah, I stand corrected! By the =
way, there is a famous folkie who lurks on Coffee Geek (though I don't =
think he's a homeroaster, he does travel with an espresso machine and =
grinder): Garnet Rogers.
On Sep 4, 2006, at 11:23 PM, Scott =
Marquardt wrote:
Unless you know something I don't, I haven't yet = gotten Greg hooked on the roasting gig. At the market he's content to = soak up the coffee which is, of course, free for our minstrels. =   ;-)   On 9/4/06, Sandy = Andina <sandraandina> = wrote: Woo-hoo:  another musician = homeroaster!  Let's see, there's Willis, Robert Jason, Greg from N. = Riverside, Justin Marquez, and yours truly. Who else is lurking? = On Sep 2, 2006, at 4:20 PM, = McConnel wrote: Just finished listening to NPR's West Coast = Live which featured musician Steve Willis who brought a WB Poppery II = and some Ethiopian decaf. Started a roast but host Sedge Thompson had to = cut him off at first crack at over five minutes so he could get to a = song. Probably took longer than he expected because of a long studio = extension cord. Willis did credit Sweet Maria's as the best place to = get started with homeroasting supplies and knowledge. = = Sandy www.sandyandina.com  
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6) From: Michael Guterman
Sandy Andina wrote:
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I think Dennis P even makes his own guitars.
Michael

7) From: Sandy Andina
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hmmm.....price list?
Meanwhile, forgot our own Paul Goelz, hammer dulcimer whiz and  
recording engineer extraordinaire.
On Sep 4, 2006, at 11:45 PM, Michael Guterman wrote:
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Sandy
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hmmm.....price list?
Meanwhile, forgot our own = Paul Goelz, hammer dulcimer whiz and recording engineer = extraordinaire. On Sep 4, 2006, at 11:45 PM, Michael = Guterman wrote:

I think = Dennis P even makes his own guitars.

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8) From: Rudy Ramsey
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Sandy,
 
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Jason, Greg from N. Riverside, Justin Marquez, and yours truly. Who else is
lurking?
 
I'm a Celtic singer (current U.S. national champion in Scottish Gaelic
singing). And an advanced beginner at roasting with my Fresh Roast 8.
 
We're in the very last stages of our new kitchen remodel project, which I
mentioned here some months ago. I'm getting a vented roasting cabinet as
part of a rather complete "beverage center" (mini-fridge, small sink with
instant hot/cold, etc.). I can't wait to get set up in there. :-)  Should be
a big improvement over carrying my roaster outside every couple of days.
 
Rudy

9) From: Sandy Andina
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My brother-in-law's name is also Ramsey; he is part Scots.  
Unfortunately, he does not sing (actually, I should say  
"fortunately," since the world is thus spared his attempted  
vocals).   I sometimes sing with Kate Early, of the Celtic and  
traditional folk group Cooper, Nelson, & Early. Do you ever cross  
paths with them? And do you ever perform in the Chicago area? (I  
believe there is a Celtic festival in the town of Dundee, IL next  
weekend).
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Sandy
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My brother-in-law's name is also =
Ramsey; he is part Scots. Unfortunately, he does not sing (actually, I =
should say "fortunately," since the world is thus spared his attempted =
vocals).   I sometimes sing with Kate Early, of the Celtic and =
traditional folk group Cooper, Nelson, & Early. Do you ever cross =
paths with them? And do you ever perform in the Chicago area? (I believe =
there is a Celtic festival in the town of Dundee, IL next =
weekend).
On Sep 5, 2006, at 1:27 AM, Rudy Ramsey =
wrote:
Sandy, =   >>Woo-hoo: another musician homeroaster! Let's see, there's = Willis, Robert Jason, Greg from N. Riverside, Justin Marquez, and yours = truly. Who else is lurking?   I'm a Celtic singer (current U.S. national champion in = Scottish Gaelic singing). And an advanced beginner at roasting with my = Fresh Roast 8.   We're in the very last stages of our new kitchen remodel = project, which I mentioned here some months ago. I'm getting a vented = roasting cabinet as part of a rather complete "beverage center" = (mini-fridge, small sink with instant hot/cold, etc.). I can't wait to = get set up in there. :-)  Should be a big improvement over carrying my = roaster outside every couple of days.   Rudy = --Apple-Mail-28-891266407--

10) From: Justin Marquez
On 9/4/06, Sandy Andina  wrote:
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My wife, Linda, is also a musician - Hammer Dulcimer, Flute, autoharp,
mountain dulcimer and pennywhistle.
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Snyder, TX)

11) From: Michael Guterman
Sandy Andina wrote:
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I don't know, but it is Dennis Parham, and the last email address I had 
for him was:  dparham_is
Michael
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12) From: Dennis Parham
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hey all.. yea Im still allive!  been spending time getting my shop up  
and running.. buying a condo ( of course roasting coffee) and about  
to get a few more guitars going... http://www.parhamguitars.com  
just been very busy with my move.... Ive been eyeing some nice  
samples of tonewood for some acoustic archtop guitars im to build and  
a few nice custom electric guitars I want to build very soon .....  
not to mention my NEW Mind expanding HOBBY! making electric  
bicycles!! ( and sipping my espresso ) hehe trying notg to wander too  
far off topic! lol
Dennis Parham
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hey all.. yea Im still allive!  =
been spending time getting my shop up and running.. buying a condo ( =
of course roasting coffee) and about to get a few more guitars going... =
 http://www.parhamguitars.com =
just been very busy with my move.... Ive been eyeing some nice samples =
of tonewood for some acoustic archtop guitars im to build and a few =
nice custom electric guitars I want to build very soon ..... not to =
mention my NEW Mind expanding HOBBY! making electric bicycles!! ( and =
sipping my espresso ) hehe trying notg to wander too far off topic! =
lol  

Dennis Parham




On Sep 5, = 2006, at 12:51 AM, Sandy Andina wrote:
hmmm.....price list?
Meanwhile, forgot our own = Paul Goelz, hammer dulcimer whiz and recording engineer = extraordinaire. On Sep 4, 2006, at 11:45 PM, Michael = Guterman wrote:
I think Dennis P even makes = his own guitars. = = --Apple-Mail-8-970747808--

13) From: Roger Lebow
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Cellist here.
Roger Lebow
Sierra Madre, California
On Sep 4, 2006, at 7:14 PM, Sandy Andina wrote:
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Cellist here.
Roger Lebow
Sierra Madre, California
On Sep 4, 2006, at 7:14 PM, Sandy Andina wrote:
Woo-hoo:  another musician homeroaster!  Let's see, there's
Willis, Robert Jason, Greg from N. Riverside, Justin Marquez, and
yours truly. Who else is lurking?
On Sep 2, 2006, at 4:20 PM, McConnel wrote:
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Just
finished listening to NPR's West Coast Live which featured musician
Steve Willis who brought a WB Poppery II and some Ethiopian decaf.
Started a roast but host Sedge Thompson had to cut him off at first
crack at over five minutes so he could get to a song. Probably took
longer than he expected because of a long studio extension cord.
Willis did credit Sweet Maria's as the best place to get started with
homeroasting supplies and =
knowledge.
Lucida =
GrandeSandy
Lucida =
Grandewww.sandyandina.com
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14) From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Juan_M._J=E1come?=
Hey, musician here too. Been on a band for the last 18 years, doing really
good in Ecuador. I play guitar and keyboards.
Cheers
Juan M. Jácome
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15) From: kofi
Sounds fun. How's the coffee in Ecuador?
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