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    I love Milla Jovovitch. (not as much as Sharon Gilchrist) but I love her none the less. . .

    Where can I find an original version of that pic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by
    Hey! I remember Frances from Zoukfest #1. How cool, I'll have to check up on her stuff.
    Dan, here is a link to her recent CD with fiddler David Coe, with a few soundbits and a bio for both of them. #She uses those "Irish" tunings and is a great rythmic player.
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    Who could forget this one?
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    Gee I wonder why she dosen't play a F5 #style
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    I am impressed with the rapid rise in the "Views" counter for this topic. (currently over 1500 hits in very short period) Perhaps this topic will give the Post a picture of yourself topic a run for the money in the long haul. Time will tell.



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    Here is another beautiful woman (Marilynn Mair) with a really nice Lyon & Healy A model.
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    and....
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    Quote Originally Posted by (Vinaccia @ Jan. 25 2006, 16:38)
    I am impressed with the rapid rise in the "Views" counter for this topic. (currently over 1500 hits in very short period) Perhaps this topic will give the Post a picture of yourself topic a run for the money in the long haul. Time will tell.
    yes ... funny that ...

    but i, for one, haven't lost track of the genuine underlying concern in our seemingly puerile line of enquiry - yes! - isn't that a much maligned, musikalia made, octave mandola that beth patterson is holding?

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    I think it's a Joe Foley or Hans De Louter.. She's got her "Fury" Steve Owsley Smith 10-string back too now



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    THIS thread is....walk'n a VERY thin line!? - (an' I ain't touch'n it!)

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    Hope this one of Martie Maguire doesn't push it over the edge...
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    I don't know about the rest of you fellers but Im just looking at the mandolins!
    Look up (to see whats comin down)

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    Quote (Vinaccia @ Jan. 25 2006, 16:38)
    I am impressed with the rapid rise in the "Views" counter for this topic. (currently over 1500 hits in very short period) Perhaps this topic will give the Post a picture of yourself topic a run for the money in the long haul. Time will tell.


    Yes, thanks to everyone (in your own twisted ways) for making this thread so much fun and it's been less than 24 hrs. since inception.
    I can imagine a publication inspired by this thread. Another glossy for the coffee table.
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    what is martie maguire playing?
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    Don't forget the Cox Family. Wish I could find a better picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Moose @ Jan. 25 2006, 22:26)
    THIS thread is....walk'n a VERY thin line!? - # (an' I ain't touch'n it!)
    yes folks, remember your audience includes the young.. keeping a very close eye on what's being posted!
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    When we looked closely at the Harp-Guitar pic we were delighted to see our friend and fellow Topekan (and third place Winfield fingerpicker) Andy McKee in the lower left corner!! R&K

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    I just spent half an hour cruising the 'Net for a photo of Melissa Auf der Maur with her mandocello, with no success.

    Great to see so many folks picking th emando however!
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    Here is my favorite old time mandolin player from Uncle Earl, KC Groves



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    Another fine player and singer, Brennen Leigh
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    Jim, ...perhaps, this thread will spawn it's own business, coffe table book, posters, performance DVDs, CD samplers dedicated to these and other women yet to be mentioned. Walk that thin line, gents, but let's continue to honor the mandowomen indefinitely. What an extraordinarily gifted, as well as knockdown, dragout GORGEOUS group of women they are. Pheww; this is one inspiring thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (grandmainger @ Jan. 25 2006, 05:03)
    The image below is blurred by me... Scott has the original somewhere in "the pub".
    I can't find it and it should probably be in the eye candy section. Multi-pass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Paul Hostetter @ Jan. 25 2006, 04:21)
    ...These instruments are called harp guitars, and are decended from theorboes and archlutes and the like, which were played in similar fashion. There are a few mandolins made in this style too.
    Thanx for the clarification for me and - finally - for ira who asked first.

    Trying to imagine what the guitar cases for these must look like...

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    Oh yeah, women playing mandolin. How about the Coon Creek Girls?



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