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Richard: Having started in the recording business in 1954, I remember Ampex 300's very well. Finally retired from a postproduction house in 1995. A regular reader of Ampex Digest. Bill Putnam was a good friend and a man I worked for and with for many years. Your website is very neat, I'm impressed by the amount of work you have put into it. Thanks much, Bob Bushnell.
Hello,Mr Richard L. Hess
Please allow the sudden connection to you of me.
I am those who visited your site since you were asked in some years ago about "Hans Jurgen Walther"which is a German musician, and obtained the answer from you then.
Thank you for giving me connection then.
When I got a message from you about "Hans Jurgen Walther" in some years ago, I looked at your site, and the photograph of Alaska was impressive.
I was living with one Prairie dog of the scalpel of having come from Canada from 1998 as a pet in the period of eight years and several months. One more fine male Prairie dog was met, and it was living in 2002.
Of course, although it turns out that the Prairie dog is a natural animal, I have been charmed by the lovely appearance of the Prairie dog.
Since you had memorized taking the photograph of Alaska in addition to music relations, I followed your site and saw again in search of the site of the photograph your natural animal.
Although it had been to neither Alaska nor Canada, I saw longingly through your photograph as a place in which the natural animal lives.
I looked at the photograph like the Prairie dog vacantly reflected small with Buffalo in the photograph of Alaska your site.
Have you taken the photograph which copied the Prairie dog?
Moreover, please tell me knowing about the Prairie dog inhabiting Canada in which you live.
Supposing you are very well, please tell me.
I am writing the text currently written to you using the translation function of a network.
Please allow, supposing my sudden writing has impoliteness.
I think you're on a whole different level than a lot other people.
Thanks so much for your efforts, Love the Baez pages, along with Judy Collins, when times are hard, I always listen to Joan Baez, this morning I'm thinking of Jim Vennard who disappeared in Iowa in 1988 on his way to California, he loved Baez as well, introduced her music to me, Jim was a vagabond of sorts, he was never found and I miss him. Sometimes I think maybe without the grace of God, and some of Joans songs, I never would have made it this far, Thanks again, Mike