61 Sun July 10 2011 - 06:13:28
Name: barb challenger
Where are you from?: tasmania Tasmania
Comments: We really love your music and I have sent you a personal email Regards Barb Challenger
62 Wed July 06 2011 - 23:57:37
Name: Grandpa Lulla
Where are you from?: Brazil
Comments: Nice music, great job! Thank you!
63 Sun June 12 2011 - 03:57:19
Name: Bryan Atkinson
Where are you from?: Brisbane. Australia
Comments: Thanks for the great music. I do enjoy listening to it. I am 85 years old.
64 Fri June 03 2011 - 00:59:58
Name: CHARLES W. SHERER
Where are you from?: JASPER, ALABAMA
Comments: I enjoy the daily e-mails that I receive from my good friend FRANK. I look forward to receiving his daily e-mails.
65 Sat May 14 2011 - 02:12:57
Name: Dawn Bell
Where are you from?: New Brunswick, Canada
This site is just so amazing. Having an accordian, I just happened to be looking for some tunes and came across this. Wonderful music and I came across many I hadn't heard in years. Thank you so much and God Bless!!
66 Mon May 09 2011 - 20:32:22
Name: ramon almazan
Where are you from?: PHILIPPINES
Comments: I LOVE LISTENING TO YOUR MIDI FILES. SIMPLE BUT WELL DONE. THANKS.
67 Sun May 08 2011 - 20:16:56
Where are you from?: Chimacum, WA
Comments: I've enjoyed listening to you music. The oldies are my favorites. The music written today just doesn't thrill me.
68 Sat May 07 2011 - 15:43:13
Name: Ron Reitz
Where are you from?: Cincinnati, Ohio
Comments: Thanks for all the incredible effort and talent you've put into this wonderful website.
69 Thu May 05 2011 - 17:39:05
Name: betty mcdonald
Where are you from?: indiana
Comments: hello" my name is betty" i often think of my parents at this time of year especially'they are both with the lord .now 'i also have a son there ''some day i hope to join them "death is a hard hing to deal with" but the lord has his reasons' we"ll know why some day "' god bless '
70 Sun May 01 2011 - 01:26:53
Name: Susantha Wijesinghe
Where are you from?: Born in Sri Lanka. Now a US Citizen.
Comments: I love to hear the very old pieces, and brings back sentimental reminiscences.
71 Sat April 02 2011 - 20:13:57
Where are you from?: Houston, Tx
Comments: I really like your colections of Midis. Thank you for shareing them.W3Vh
72 Tue March 29 2011 - 07:22:36
Name: József Szántó
Where are you from?: Hungary
Comments: It's wonderful side.
73 Tue March 08 2011 - 14:53:54
Name: Bob Clarke
Where are you from?:
Comments: Just a bit of a reminder that it is Donnie's birthday today. Please extend my good wishes to him. Also, today's bulletin contains this information...http://newoldkunnel.net/bulletin1.html
74 Tue March 01 2011 - 03:13:05
Name: Don Belgum
Where are you from?: UK, now living in Canada
Comments: What a great site. Congratulations!!!
75 Fri February 25 2011 - 12:45:50
Where are you from?:
Comments: been long time since i been on your site so i thought i'd look around it some.
you seem to keep it the same looking thats good feels like an old friend that way.
76 Sun February 20 2011 - 18:06:28
Name: Phill Addison
Where are you from?: Manchester, England.
Comments: I know Bob Clarke.
77 Fri February 18 2011 - 16:00:40
Name: Tim Johnson
Where are you from?: Knoxville, TN
Comments: So hard to find these good old tunes. Thanks!
78 Wed February 09 2011 - 15:19:16
Where are you from?:
Comments: great music
79 Tue February 08 2011 - 01:03:38
Name: Mike Harris
Where are you from?: New York -> Japan
Comments: House bound due to botched spinal fusion has me positioned in front of my 'puter browsing for something interesting. Especially like from the past 50 to 60 years ago. That's how I found you. Imagine, "Casey Would Walk With the Strawberry Blond..."? I remember James Cagney doing that number in a flick when I was a kid. I wish, Mr. Schober, the lyrics came along with the music, but never mind - thank you I kind of remember most of the words.
80 Thu January 20 2011 - 21:46:46
Name: Mike Arteberry
Where are you from?: Marietta, Tx
Comments: I enjoyed listening to many of your midi songs.Several would make good accompanyments by removing or lowering the melody parts. I us an old version of Cakewalk that will make that job easy. I sing at nursing homes and would like to use some of your songs for accompanyment if that is acceptable to you. I go nursing homes and sing for free so if you like I can send you half (of nothing) :) I am retired too and enjoy woodworking, gardening and music so I think that we would enjoy visiting. It is great that you are sharing your work with future generations. Thanks
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