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announcing the release of the new ground breaking album by
Sarah Elizabeth


With DON'T DIE YET, Sarah Elizabeth plows new earth. It is a masterpiece!
5 new original songs, one unbelievable cover, and 3 spirituals that are a force of nature...

1. Your Breath
2. Don't Die Yet
3. Turquoise Sky
4. Fortified Wine
5. Motherless Child
6. Simple Man
7. Trouble of The World
8. Jesus Lover of My Soul
9. No More Roads

total time: 40 minutes

Grammy Nominated Native American Musician, Tony Redhouse accompanies Sarah on Native American flute and drum plus many other instruments from indigenous cultures of the world.

Will Ragland delivers soaring electric guitar solos to soothe the soul of any Southern Rock lover.

Sarah Elizabeth's voice and acoustic guitar have never been captured with such crystal clarity. Recorded by Kevin Ratterman late night at The Funeral Home in the sultry July heat of Kentucky, Sarah Elizabeth's voice drips with the intense emotions of love and loss, grief and empowerment. With DON'T DIE YET, Sarah picks herself and the listener off the floor to live again with bold strength. This album is a spiritual experience.

Sarah recorded DON'T DIE YET immediately upon returning from the Sacred Black Hills of South Dakota where she spent a great deal of time on the Sioux Reservation with the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers. Sarah went through what can only be described as shaman medicine woman bootcamp. She was also honored to participate in the Sundance and many other sacred ceremonies. This spiritual energy is present in every song on the album. Listen and you will be forever changed.

now available at Ear X-tacy in Louisville, Kentucky
via secure credit card and paypal at www.tappingmyownphone.com
coming soon to www.cdbaby.com and beyond

still like old fashioned mail order? reply to this email and Sarah will personally ship a CD to you or heck send Sarah cash by mail and get your CD sooner!

Whichever way you choose You have got to hear this CD to believe it!!!!

The Wanderer, Ron Whitehead Europe Tour
May 1st to June 30th, 2008


It just occurred to mel I have an old copy of On the road, published 1960 by Andre Deutch, fourth impression. It's no dopubt worth something, perhaps on ebay? Or I thought you might wish to put something about it on the site perhaps suggesting if anyone was interested to make me an offer. Seemed like something the people who visit would find interesting. Attached are a couple of scans, of the cover, and inside cover. The book is in good condition; no torn pages, no folded over corners, spine intact and good, just some discoloration from age, so you know it's an old book!



The Wanderer

book cover


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Queen Elizabeth Hotel Montreal 2009 Suite John Lennon and Yoko Ono
''Give peace a chance '' Montreal 900 Boulevard Rene Levesque

Dear Friends, Help raise money for Clearwater (founded by Pete Seeger) and The Woody Guthrie Foundation by joining us Thursday, Nov. 11, 7:30 pm at Symphony Space, for a historic musical event, *David **Amram**, The First 80 Years*, presented by Mark Morganelli's Jazz Forum Arts. Celebrating the eightieth birthday of David Amram, the acclaimed composer, whom the Washington Post called "one of the most versatile and skilled musicians America has ever produced," the concert will feature - the New York premiere of Amram's *Symphonic Variations on A Song By Woody Guthrie* - the first ever concert performance of excerpts from Amram's classic film scores *Splendor In The Grass & **The Manchurian Candidate* - a screening of the finale of the recent production of *12th Night -- his 1968 opera, *with a libretto by Joe Papp - filmed birthday greetings from Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, Willie Nelson and members of the New York Philharmonic - live appearances by Keir Dullea, John Ventimiglia, Malachy McCourt and members of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting - the Queen's College Orchestra, conducted by Maurice Peress and David Amram - the Brooklyn Conservatory Jazz Ensemble, directed by Earl McIntyre and the Jazz & Gospel Choirs, directed by Renee Manning - Candido, Bobby Sanabria, David Broza, John McEuen (of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band), Josh White Jr., Larry Kerwin & The Imani Winds - the first public screening of highlights from Lawrence Kraman's feature documentary, *David Amram, The First 80 Years * The curtain rises at 7:30 pm on Nov. 11 at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway at 95th St., 212-864-5400. For more details on the concert, click here . For tickets, here. For more about David Amram, here . Be sure to pass on and post this email to all of your friends and thank you for helping us support the arts. Sincerely, The David Amram 80th Birthday Concert Committee



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