Richard William Ineson
  • 72, Male
  • Sheffield
  • United Kingdom
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Richard William Ineson replied to Sandra Woodruff's discussion Performer(s) Required Edinburgh March 27th
"What will they be required to do?"
yesterday
Richard William Ineson replied to Trapdoor2's discussion "Length'ning Shadows" by Alf Bell
"I've never seen or heard this pretty tune before, thanks for sharing it."
Jun 22
Richard William Ineson replied to Rob MacKillop's discussion Free Cammeyer mini album!
"I think that it was Cam's mate, J.W. Whittaker who discussed, in the correspondence columns of B.M.G. the question of pseudonym's being used by Cammeyer on some of  his compositions. Some of the names mentioned were, Nickolds, Agnes…"
Jun 1
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion The Peacemaker (1905)...Frank Sturtevant
"For my age group somebody should write one called 'The Pacemaker'"
May 31
Richard William Ineson replied to Rob MacKillop's discussion Free Cammeyer mini album!
"It being the Bank holiday and nothing much happening I went through the mouldering pile of Cammeyer music today, MacNaughton's list appeared in the May 1963 B.M.G. by the way. I have 166 pieces by Cam including some Mss which might never have…"
May 27
Richard William Ineson posted a status
"Here's a few old faces from the Reading Banjo Festival from 1991:-https://youtu.be/wG0gZb6aAAw"
May 26
Richard William Ineson replied to Rob MacKillop's discussion Free Cammeyer mini album!
"MacNaughton listed Cammeyer's output in one his 'Fives Court' articles in the B.M.G in the mid 1960s I think, correspondence followed from readers who filled in some gaps but I cannot remember the total number. I haven't counted…"
May 26
Richard William Ineson replied to Rob MacKillop's discussion Free Cammeyer mini album!
"There is sound science behind pork being taboo, in ancient times it was noticed that people who ate pork sometimes went blind or mad or both, of course they weren't aware of the cause at the time so a blanket ban was put on eating the flesh of…"
May 25
Richard William Ineson replied to Rob MacKillop's discussion Free Cammeyer mini album!
"I would imagine that a lot of the banjo gatherings would be quite soft focus judging from Cam's reminiscences. The firelight would have also been reflected from Annie's diamonds her father being a prominent jeweller on fashionable Jermyn…"
May 25
Richard William Ineson replied to Rob MacKillop's discussion Free Cammeyer mini album!
"A nice selection of Cam's work, my favourite amongst them is the 'Fireside Idyll' , very sensitively played. I could just picture Annie and Cam by the fire on a winter's evening, the flames reflected in the varnish of the…"
May 25
Richard William Ineson replied to marc dalmasso's discussion 1934 _ Une belle brochette
"C'est très intéressant tous les nommes anciens. Je ne peux pas translate the title either. Jay Wilbur had a popular band and recorded with Gracie Fields I think. "
May 24
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion New website addition .. Work in Progress !
"I've got some of the transcriptions which I got from Wayne Adams in 1993."
May 24
Richard William Ineson replied to Trapdoor2's discussion Airy Fairy, A.J. Weidt
"The trio sounds like a rip off of the trio in Botsford's 'Grizzley Bear', maybe Weidt hinted that he was 'lifting' a few things when he called this 'Hodge Podge' ?"
May 21
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Clifford Essex Spanish Guitar Footstool Knockoff
"I've just been searching for the old footstool without success; since I don't play in public much anymore I use a volume of Jeffrey Archer novelettes which, with the pages taped round, I find is the ideal height for my leg, and the bright…"
May 21
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Clifford Essex Spanish Guitar Footstool Knockoff
"Joel, you've made a fine job of reproducing the foot stools and you will have no trouble in selling them. People value craftsmanship and fine materials these days and $125 is not a bad price for the best on the market. Of course you could send…"
May 20
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Clifford Essex Spanish Guitar Footstool Knockoff
"Yes it's priced in shillings, 240 pence made one pound, £1.00 or 20 shillings. When translating old money prices into modern values I often use the price of beer per pint, then and now, so for instance a pint of beer c1970 was around 2/-,…"
May 20

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At 7:19 on February 14, 2017, thereallyniceman said…

Welcome (again) to Ning,Richard! I see that you have re-registered using your new email address, thank you and we look forward to posts from Richard 2

:-)

Ian

At 18:28 on March 13, 2019, Eli K L said…

Hello, Richard! I am not, alas, the famous Eli K. Just a generic Eli starting to look into classic banjo. :-)

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