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Nov 24, 2003 at 20:59:39John Addie (jaddie@telus.net)
http://www3.telus.net/JohnA/index.html
After all these years, it is very wonderful to hear that your music can be heard again. Rarely has music,(after all it was only one short set from October 1969)had such a hold on me and stirred my soul and heart... Music... Everything WILL be alright... yes indeed..

 
Dec 4, 2003 at 17:44:57Dennis (drickard@earthlink.net)
Hi Ladies,::::I was very happy to find your site, which I hunted down after hearing that an AofC album finally saw light of day. I fondly remember a couple of your Fillmore and Avalon shows, despite all the missing brain cells that were casualties of the '60s. Thanks for some great music -- when's the tour?::::BTW, Since it appears that we can order the CD directly from you, is there anyone at the end available to sign copies before shipping?

 
Dec 5, 2003 at 00:45:31Sunday (sundaymurch@verizon.com)
Hi sistas..it was so much fun to see you all in those pictures..a little trip back in time..hard to believe its been so long since we first arrived here on Kauai looking so young and sweet..congradulations on the CD..I lopve you..Sunday

 
Dec 5, 2003 at 15:27:40emelia berol (ember@humboldt1.com)
Oooh nice website ( I like the other people who have signed onto the guest book, too....hmmmm interesting, the Dalai Lama is the only who is still living!)::::That's a great photo of everyone, do you have a current one to put on there? that would be fun! ::::Love, Emelia

 
Dec 7, 2003 at 04:26:28susie smith (susie@aol.com)
you guys rock! I mean you gals rock! I saw you in the 60's and I know that you were breaking graound then - and the fact that you are still alive and kicking =--it's still ground breaking!

 
Dec 7, 2003 at 04:27:14susie smith (susie@aol.com)
you guys rock! I mean you gals rock! I saw you in the 60's and I know that you were breaking ground then - and you are still alive and kicking -it's still ground breaking! Keep on keeping on.

 
Dec 8, 2003 at 04:55:19Gray Newell (graynewell@hotmail.com)
http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/westcoastpsychedeliaandacidrock/
Hi, I have just got the "It's Bad For You But Buy It" CD and it is fantastic. Thanks for sharing your music with those of us who were not lucky enough to have been around on the West Coast back in the sixties, you certainly deserve a wider audience.

 
Dec 8, 2003 at 20:41:37Lynn (Ranknfiler@aol.com)
Hi Denise and Mary--do you both live on kauai? I moved here in may and live in Halelani Village in puhi--Lihue. I saw your ad in kauai island monthly and thought it was cool. I'm 39 but I'm not sure if i have heard your music or not but I would like to. Take care--Lynn--Ranknfiler@aol.com (808)245-3371

 
Dec 9, 2003 at 16:20:59Shelby Dabin (shelby@ischool.org)
Just read the article in the Kauai Island December 5, 2003 issue and found it fascinating. Congratulations on your success and reunion. The article was inspiring and intriguing.::Thank you for the music that you made in the 60's and the revival of it in the 2000 century. Go Girl Power!

 
Dec 10, 2003 at 00:37:21Paul (highway61@clara.net)
Hi everyone - An Ace of Cups website: WOW! ::::I'm Paul from the south coast in the UK (not quite Hawaii!). I'm a big fan of SF music since the 60s and have always been curious about the Ace of Cups having seen your name on posters but never hearing anything. So pleased that Ace Records/Big Beat are releasing an album at long last and I can't wait to hear it.::::I 've enjoyed checking out the site - I will be a frequebt visitor.::::Good luck with everything you do (and how about a reunion show in the UK!!!)::::Love and Peace, Paul

 
Dec 10, 2003 at 22:20:46William Webb (bmet01@yahoo.com)
I just visited your website very nice indeed nice colours i just wrote an email at contact at the end of your website anyway i loved your band during my time in the bay area from 66-69 those were some magical years werent they anyway thanks for keeping it going.:: William

 
Dec 11, 2003 at 02:51:06Uncle Tony (GXGd@pge.com)
Hello Ladies!::SO what - you gonna keep playing? Forever young and all that?? I liked your orginal music in the late 60's. It must have been hard for girls to be taken seriously....bsut you walked tha walk and sang from the heart. I hope to listen to the CD - and I'd like to know what you guys are up to now!

 
Dec 14, 2003 at 14:46:39Ron Roth (ronroth@shaw.ca)
Hi Denise,::::I don't know if I ever told you of my faint recollection that I did witness the Ace of Cups at Roberston Gym, UCSB in late '68 or 1969, perhaps early 1970. Only shows I saw there were Quicksilver, The Santana Blues Band, Canned Heat, The Band, Ike and Tina Turner and Lee ? (the hammond organist).::::Some may have been on same bill. Which were you?

 
Dec 15, 2003 at 22:04:15high-me (jamie@not-ltd.com)
not-ltd.com
tutu shall heal::let us make this real...::all together now ::mem hey shin...::blessings of light::jc

 
Dec 16, 2003 at 01:32:03patricia (auntie@ischool.org)
Hi. Hope all is going well. I loved your group. now and then too.

 
Dec 21, 2003 at 23:33:13Jerry Icard (gatorelinor@yahoo.com)
I saw you guys when you played with Nick Gravenitis and Quicksilver in Golden Gate Park in 1969 . I was so impressed when the generator went out and all of you came together and sang acapella. You really saved the show. All of our household who lived on Haight Street at the time were all out in full bloom and hanging out in the trees while really high. We just fell in love with your music. It's been 34 years since I've heard any of your music published anywhere anytime and I just want to say "Thank you" and it's all so sweet.::::Love, ::Jerry

 
Dec 23, 2003 at 07:48:21Tim (doesabearwoof@hotmail.com)
http://www.geocities.com/ponyboyzine/cubbydance.htm
Love the CD. Will be getting around to reviewing it at the site linked above soon (once the seasonal madness has subsided...).::::

 
Dec 24, 2003 at 17:48:42Elektra Walraven (elektrawalraven@yahoo.com)
"SWANEEEEE!! How I love ya...My dear old Swanee!" Mary- I will never forget your love, light, and passion. I should have known that you were a young rockstar. All of you are so beautiful. Thanks for giving me the courage to sing. xox

 
Dec 25, 2003 at 01:57:48Ken Loh (kloh@bigfoot.com)
Have fond memories of your concert at the S.F. Civic Center where you played with the Sons of Champlin one Sunday afternoon. I still have the pictures somewhere.

 
Jan 1, 2004 at 12:30:37mick (michael@modadelic.fsnet.co.uk)
good to see you ladies getting some legit respect for your part in rocks rich tapestry.

 
Jan 5, 2004 at 13:16:21nancy freeland 'cousin' (footballcam1380)
compuserve
Hi girls I finally found the website!It is geat.... Hope all is well with you all. whats happening ladies? can't wait to get your cd would love to see you all again. Mary Ellem haven,t seen you since who knows when how the heck are you ? Dianne how are ya? Denise whats going on lady? Mary Gannon loved seing you at Scarlets wedding! I,m still driving for the studios Wish I could retire but I,m still to young. They want us to die so they can keep the money If you know anything about the studios. It has been a good business but the hours have been hurendous. 28 years but I did raise my two kid. Marla I miss you Hopefully soon I,ll get to come back to hawaii Love you cousin Nancy

 
Jan 5, 2004 at 14:02:43nancy freeland 'cousin' (footballcam1380)
compuserve
Hi girls I finally found the website!It is geat.... Hope all is well with you all. whats happening ladies? can't wait to get your cd would love to see you all again. Mary Ellem haven,t seen you since who knows when how the heck are you ? Dianne how are ya? Denise whats going on lady? Mary Gannon loved seing you at Scarlets wedding! I,m still driving for the studios Wish I could retire but I,m still to young. They want us to die so they can keep the money If you know anything about the studios. It has been a good business but the hours have been hurendous. 28 years but I did raise my two kid. Marla I miss you Hopefully soon I,ll get to come back to hawaii Love you cousin Nancy

 
Jan 12, 2004 at 21:22:05Timmybear (doesabearwoof@hotmail.com)
http://www.geocities.com/ponyboyzine/cubbydance.htm
Hiya!! Just to let you know I've written the review of IT'S BAD FOR YOU and posted it at the URL I've provided. All the best, Tim 'Timmybear' Murphy

 
Jan 14, 2004 at 16:32:57aron pieman kay (pieman@pieman.org)
http://www.pieman.org
high i still recall the ace of cups at the gigs in golden gate park and the july 1969 jefferson airplane and friends free concert at griffith park....its been so long since those good days but it all still lives in our hearts......i sure get lonesome for that part of my life as i at age 54 have to deal with creeping middle age and asshole bush....the days of the haight represent a light to all....rainbow love

 
Jan 20, 2004 at 19:47:36Janice Rose Spiritas (njspiritas@sbcglobal.net)
If only Bertha could see this!!!! Y'all are truly beautiful, talented women and I am so glad Acme Movers shared this with me. Thanks for the music!!!

 
Jan 21, 2004 at 13:39:08Joe Parker (joesnewsstand@yahoo.com)
Hi,::::Greatly enjoyed the "It's Bad For You But Buy It" CD. If there is more material out there, I for one would like to hear it ... even if the sound quality isn't quite as good. Those of us who grew up on the East Coast were deprived of your music the first time around and I'd sure like to hear more!::::All the best,::Joe

 
Jan 21, 2004 at 19:51:34Bertha & Chibby (njspiritas@sbcglobal.net)
Janice read this to us and we loved it. What goes around comes around...thank goodness. All our love.

 
Jan 23, 2004 at 13:56:46Maggie Dew (souyou@earthlink.net)
Hey dahlins::I was of "Margaret & Doc" Taylor, up on Resaca in Forest Knolls and Polte's "Cohesive Factor" secretary at 54 Martha St.1968-71. I've kept up w/ all the gang except youse music makers. Love your site and wanted to say hi and wish you all the best success in your endeavors.I'm in Palm Beach, FL now so let me know if you're ever playing here & put me on your mailing list. XXOOXX

 
Feb 12, 2004 at 19:28:19Corry (corrarnold@aol.com)
I'm honored to have my initial attempt at an Ace of Cups Performance List posted here on the website (in "Archives"). Anyone with additional information, corrections or unexpected memories is heartily encouraged to post them here in the guestbook or to email me directly. Thank you, Corry

 
Feb 15, 2004 at 20:29:50Don (dondub@hotmail.com)
Having seen you open for Jefferson Airplane in Seattle way back when was surprised to not find the band listed at Fuzz,Acid, and Flowers...a site with every band from the psychedelic era(supposedly). It's a fun site to go through. Maybe you should contact them to get on board. What a long strange trip it's been. :)

 
Feb 18, 2004 at 15:30:12Tiana Rosenbaum (tianarosenbaum@blueyonder.co.uk)
I bought the cd after hearing one track on the radio. I'm pleased to say I love all the tracks. I've been playing it in the car for the last few days, and like the songs more each time I listen. Thank you and best wishes.::Tiana from London

 
Feb 18, 2004 at 16:48:14Joe Allegra (e43jr@aol.com)
hi girls long time no see, was in marin co. dec. sorry i missed ya'll...i hope to be returning in summer. love to get acopy of your cd, spoke with mary the other day and she said to email yous guys... have something for u to listen to...please respond at email address....love to all and everyones family.. mojo.

 
Feb 24, 2004 at 14:36:44Martin Burks (mburks@relivinc.com)
Mary:::::It was great meeting you last week in Long Beach. Give me your email address and I'll send you a photo.::::Martin

 
Mar 7, 2004 at 03:25:46Keith Jenkins (franneynzooey@aol.com)
I hope you guys read this, because I want you to know that I love your album that was recently released. My favorite shop called Freakbeat, in the valley, had it on display with some new releases. I asked the owner if he knew anything about it, and he said no, but that he thought it would probably be too garage for him. Fine for him, but that was the clencher for me, since I first discovered the lesser known stuff of the 60's from a series of compilations called Nuggets. Chocolate Watchband, Music Machine, stuff like that.::::But what I found on your record, except for Denise's "Boy, What'll You Do Then," wasn't really the garage I expected but was music that I knew had to exist, and always hoped did, but never had heard: really soulfull rock and roll made by really cool white girls (except for maybe Lucious Jackson - check 'em out!)::::But more than that, the happiness, and the freedom you guys were experiencing really comes through. Not to mention your kindness. I will never be without this record.::::Granted, I'm only 36, and a gay male, but I still feel such a wonderful connection to the music of the mid to late 60's, and the amazing blend of styles that found their way into the arrangements. Like "Lookin for my Man". The way it starts kind of gospel-y and country, but then gets down, going from pure soul to the jam and keyboard solo. The solo is brilliant just like the one in "She's Not There" by the Zombies. ::::Anyway, you guys just seem like a gateway of realness that sort of let's me see into the music and the times, when before it was kind of nebulous, with bands like Love or the Elevators seeming mythical.::::So, all that said, isn't it cool that the art and the fun you made then, actually surfaced i

 
Mar 9, 2004 at 20:44:22mark leach (mleach@lsuc.on.ca)
Bought the cd here in toronto at soundscapes and love it. So sad that you didn't get the credit you deserved back then, but better late than never. Can anyone tell me if the mill valley bunch cd which has just come out has much of Denise on it?

 
Mar 15, 2004 at 07:51:40gary a (oldgar52@yahoo.com)
How totalee cool! Our lives converged for a brief time in the earlee 70z on Kauai........no, it wasn't the"makai brotherhood"!! We had the daycare in Lihue, amongst other ventures...and of course music(of sortz). Sorry i didn't buy your drums Denise, but thanks for lending them! Mary, what can i say? I would love to see any of your Kauai reunion pics. Very nice site., gary

 
Mar 15, 2004 at 14:29:14Paul Martin (paul@mardel.free-online.co.uk)
I hear a second CDs worht of Ace Of Cups material will be avialable later this year via this website. Any info in this please? what, when etc!

 
Mar 16, 2004 at 14:06:36gary a (oldgar52@yahoo.com)
#2 I omitted my last name in case this was posted. I guess i can type a longer message this way.::It is nice that you'nz have compiled a cd for the nostaligianaters. They need something, thats fer sure. Denise: Do you remember(on Kauai) Dr. Weavers' campain(pain?) broadcasts from the pavilions? You played mellow Slack-key at that time. I followed up with "maha-dev": a noisey Outa-key extravaganza. What a contrast. Some did say we sounded "like the bay area";yeah, which part of it? Barbara and i left the island in 75 after so many changes. My brother (mr. solo gig) left the island earlier. How is Tara(sp.?). She was at our day care for awhile. How is Martha? She came around the house in Kapaa a couple of times and stayed in Kokee a year or two earlier. I have heard it is much harder to live in Kauai, than the old daze. I have heard that Mary is still there teaching music? I wanted to play drums with her, but it never worked out. I do remember that "the drummer's base drum needs to work with the base"(...h-m-m-m-m) and have passed this on to other musikal ventures(my kid's included). Could-have would-have what-if?...that was then/this is now/this is a nice treasure that you have created with this site. I'm a nostalianator-exrtaordinater; i can go there and bring it back/vize-verze. Please write, if you have time(odd expression).:: later, gary

 
Mar 22, 2004 at 02:28:21Steve Savage (char20el@hotmail.com)
Where to start?As the memory fades,::it's a little like picking a point on::a moebius strip.At the age of 13,I heard::Quicksilver and 'The Fool' and these::great vocals ID'd as 'Ace of Cups'.And::wondered about them ever since.Now I find there's a website-and a CD available.Outstanding!!Then I find out::Miss Microgram was a member AND this::Girls in the Garage album I bought in a::used record store in Bellingham,WA in the 80's has the rarest of gems by::'Denise & Co.'(listed as 'Take Me As I Am')!The liner notes state:::Among fans of the girl garage sound,this is the Number One mystery group.Nobody knows where they were from,::in fact nobody even has the record-it just circulates on tape!Whoever they were,they had it all:great arrogant attitude,raw inept R&B-punk guitar,cool lyrics.I'd give anything for a photo!::(So would I,LOL!Great album,also.)::Anyway,it's exciting to find again the::great Ace of Cups-and to learn you were::a BAND in that exciting time-Mercy!

 
Mar 30, 2004 at 14:04:10Mark Hazell (mshazell@yahoo.ca)
What a flash to see your website! I'm delighted to hear you're alive and kicking and playing music together again.::::I would like to ask Mary Ellen if she knows Fred Roth's whereabouts.::::All the best,::::Mark Hazell

 
Mar 31, 2004 at 18:03:08jamie (jnselko@msn.com)
Boy howdy, what a flash to find this site and get your CD. I saw y'all at least a dozen times back when we all thought dreams could come true.:: Am I incorrect in remembering seeing you at the Avalon's last show? :: Is there an address to which I can write where AoC members can, if so desiring, get mail? So much to say, so little space. Thanks-thanks-thanks!

 
Apr 1, 2004 at 08:33:01Dave Scherer (dweiller@powercom.net)
You girls all look sooo hot on your picture on this web site!! I now have a crush on Denise!! By the way.. your cd is a thing of beauty!! Great songs, super lyrics!

 
Apr 5, 2004 at 16:40:05jamie (jnselko@msn.com)
Howdy- just checking to see if this message board is working as my questions of last week have not been responded to as of yet.:: Thanks, Jamie

 
Apr 22, 2004 at 04:36:25Diva (winecountrydiva@msn.com)
I remember your original sound at the many concerts you played during the 60's and the early 70's. Your music was very special. Many times, your sets would gently bring me down from a combination of too much grass and a "little" bit of acid.::::Thanks to all of you for the great music you played. Those memories of the music from the Avalon, Filmore, GGP concerts and other gigs you played still drift in my mind. I especially enjoyed your song, "Thelina."::::Again thanks and rock on Aces. ::Rock on!::::Diva (Sonoma County, Ca) ::::::

 
Apr 22, 2004 at 06:11:20Randall Thomasson (barnaclered@tx3.net)
none
Weren't you the guys who Jimi borrowed your amps and drums in the Panhandle in '67? I was there that day. I always thought you were a great band then and it's great to see you're still kickin' =)

 
Apr 25, 2004 at 23:45:07Charlene G. Dyer (treble@hawaiian.net)
Fabuloso...What a class act!

 
Apr 26, 2004 at 11:02:16BRIAN WEISS (blweiss@ucdavis.edu)
Glad to find your website, I was telling my wife the other night what::a great band you had. ::::Brian

 
Apr 26, 2004 at 21:05:05Mark Berrier (artbeat@ctc.net)
http://backdoorgraphics.com
http://www.peterkaukonen.com/welcome.htm::::I did some artwork for Peter's cd, and found your bios fascinating...thought perhaps you'd like to touch base with an old friend. Best to you all.

 
Apr 28, 2004 at 20:30:18Edward Anthony G. (Caljam2004@juno.com)
I loved going back in time with thoughts on your web site, the group was unique and innovative. I feel that you ladies opened up many doors for girl groups to come and I wish you all continued success. Thanks for the many great years. Peace In Music..

 
May 3, 2004 at 17:10:25Ken Viola (dnckv@aol.com)
Loved the CD! Question for Denise: Flute Song is amazing! (The lyrics/music still give me chills of insight. Nicky Hopkins' piano solo is pure emotion!) i spent years trying for find out more about you. Gary Duncan gave me some info. Did you write many other songs like that one from those years? At least thanks to this cd, I've finally gotten to hear some others, as well as great music from the rest of the band. Ken Viola

 
May 3, 2004 at 17:15:43Ken Viola (dnckv@aol.com)
Loved the CD! Question for Denise: Flute Song is amazing! (The lyrics/music still give me chills of insight. Nicky Hopkins' piano solo is pure emotion!) i spent years trying for find out more about you. Gary Duncan gave me some info. Did you write many other songs like that one from those years? At least thanks to this cd, I've finally gotten to hear some others, as well as great music from the rest of the band. Ken Viola

 
May 4, 2004 at 18:19:24Frank Polte (mercek@netzero.com)
Your lyrics spurred my search for the real me hiding behind so many veils. I treasure the memories we shared during our moments together. I would love to have one more opportunity to again set up your equipment. Love to all.

 
May 9, 2004 at 15:32:38joel goldoor (ggoldoor@neteze.com)
dear marla,greetings from a ghost of 408 and second street and second avenue.kenny and jake;nora and marla;a minute in time a second as an identity.glue joel;dad,husband,two sons;mendocino county 30 year resident;practitioner of the faith of self respect.walk the urban corridors with my sons reliving good and bad with them and trying to see their reality as much as my ancient history.love joel

 
Jun 13, 2004 at 22:59:17Russ McGee (rjmecgee@gci.net)
Hi from Southeast Alaska....I saw ur band at the Fillmore west w/Quicksilver...Was a GREAT show...but don't remeber all of it...Good LSD::::Be Cool!::::Russ

 
Jul 9, 2004 at 10:53:49Richard (Allegra)
rallegra@att.net
Hi Mary,::::I've been out of touch for a long time, moving all over the country. I was browsing Artist Direct.com and somehow found a reference to the Ace of Cups. What?! I ordered the CD. The songs and pictures took me back to when I was a kid and you all (along with a whole bunch of other people) hung around the house and Mom and I played with Thelina. I'm going to buy some more CD's and pass them around to family. I think about you often when singing with my church folk choir (lots of Marty Haugen stuff). Aloha to your family - all grown up now! Richard (now living in Boston).

 
Jul 17, 2004 at 00:37:18Gypsy (madmpele@aol.com)
www.mooreamusicpele.com
Hi Marla, hi Mary, god I miss the music that was happening in the 60's and 70's. get in touch please, Gypsy

 
Jul 17, 2004 at 00:45:36Gypsy (madmpele@aol.com)
www.mooreamusicpele.com
Hi Marla, hi Mary, god I miss the music that was happening in the 60's and 70's. get in touch please, Gypsy

 
Jul 29, 2004 at 14:39:18Frank Simmons (mainstreetfrank@sbcglobal.net)
Hi there!::::Just wanted to let you know that I received your CD yesterday, what an outstanding collection of music!!::::Thanks a million for making your music available.::::Peace and love,::Frank

 
Jul 30, 2004 at 21:44:49Beau Hunter (radiofreenash@aol.com)
Hiya -::Got your cd recently and have been enjoying it. I saw you once, I believe it was at Winterland in 1968. Don't remember who else was on the bill...::My question -::the cd doesn't list recording dates for the songs. I'm one of those people who really wants to know this sort of probably irrelevant data. What's from 1966 or 1967, what's from 1969?::Do ya'll have this information? I would greatly appreciate it if you could send it to me.::Thanks for hanging in there -::Beau Hunter

 
Jul 30, 2004 at 21:46:28Beau Hunter (radiofreenash@aol.com)
Hiya -::Got your cd recently and have been enjoying it. I saw you once, I believe it was at Winterland in 1968. Don't remember who else was on the bill...::My question -::the cd doesn't list recording dates for the songs. I'm one of those people who really wants to know this sort of probably irrelevant data. What's from 1966 or 1967, what's from 1969?::Do ya'll have this information? I would greatly appreciate it if you could send it to me.::Thanks for hanging in there -::Beau Hunter

 
Aug 9, 2004 at 01:27:47Daddy G (daddygradio@yahoo.com)
http://daddyg.am1700.org
I dig this site...Daddy G Radio

 
Aug 16, 2004 at 04:35:09Reine Fiske (tillindien@spray.se)
I wonder abit about a Pat Kilroy. Did you guys know him? Where did he go? Is he alive or not? Would very much like you to answer - I really wanna find this guy!!!::All the best. R

 
Sep 5, 2004 at 23:26:31nick (nickwyneken@yahoo.com)
used to see and hear you in the golden days of provo park in berkeley. you and MAD RIVER among the best of the unsung.

 
Sep 12, 2004 at 01:22:58Brian O'Neil (b_oneil@yahoo.com)
brianoneil.biz
Wow, I had just listened to you guys doing vocals on the Airplane's "Volunteers." I put your name in my web browser, and surprise! There you were. I am so glad to hear that you are all seemingly doing well. In 1968/69 I first heard you in person on a bill with Quicksilver. Then I started seeking you out wherever you were playing. I even followed you to small venues- I remember a gig at St. Elizabeth's high school in Oakland! I loved the harmonies, and I especially loved the fact that you were a female band. You were first, before the Go-Gos, etc. You were, to me, a breath of fresh air in the music biz. Yeah, I also thought you were all cute and sexy, too. ;-) Sorry I never spoke to you- I was an extraordinarily shy young guy. Yes, I'm buying the CD and sending the web site out to friends, who may or may not remember the "good old days." Take care.

 
Sep 16, 2004 at 15:33:12Ka Mele O Wailua (auntie@ischool.org)
Just checking if you guys are reading this!! Still crazy after all these years. Remember the words to the Ace of Cups songs? "If we all don't get it together, then we ain't going nowhere..." Got no time for yours and mine - everybody gonna get their share....welll - it didn't happen that way. A lot of folks didna get their share.... Look around you...."Your thoughts circle round you...."

Sep 26, 2004 at 00:36:11rick (ricklrapp@hotmail.com)
Hi guys!.It's fun to think back to all the wonderful shows I saw at the winterland.I was young and in love and I don't remember who you opened the show for,but I remember one of you had balloons hanging from your guitar or bass neck.I think ,at least for me you stole the show that night.Thank you for providing part of the soundtrack for my life!.Rick

Sep 27, 2004 at 16:14:00Denise (denisyoga@earthlink.net)
Hi Rick - if it was Winterland we were opening for The Band. I don't remember who had balloons on her guitar/bass -- any of the rest of you Aces ready to fly away that night?::It's cool to know we were part of your sweetest memories - hope that love is still flowing freely through your moments and that you're enjoying this journey we share....::aloha nui, ::denise

Oct 27, 2004 at 16:04:45David Pines (dpines@gapinternational.com)
Hey Denise- howzit? Great to C U.::l,::dp

Nov 2, 2004 at 23:10:48kate freeman (wildsang@wildsang.com)
Hey marla. so many years. heart breaking on election night, still no results. Been thinkin' about the past. 409 was good and bad. Learned some cool guitar changes from you, swinginging on those ropes in the attic. " How I loved my blue eyed" Know alot about the folks from the past. Im a musician and artist workin hard. It is still hard for strong women. Check my website see if you remember me. Wildsang.com traditional blues from the feminist perspective. peace and love kate (kathy)::little mikes friend