Re: Lost address

John Anderson (John_Anderson@tamu-commerce.edu)
Mon, 13 Jul 1998 14:38:40 -0500 (CDT)

CW: Didn't Stefan Grossman play bottleneck guitar on "Paranoia Blues," a
selection from Paul Simon's self-titled first solo album after breaking with
Art Garfunkel?

John T. Anderson
Media Cataloger Librarian
James G. Gee Library
Texas A & M University--Commerce
Commerce, TX 75429-3011

At 12:15 PM 7/13/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Don't have Grossman's address, but you can get many (most?) of his tapes
>thru Downhome Music, El Cerrito, CA...
>
>
>>Vidlibbers--
>>Do any of you out there have a current address/phone # for Stefan
>>Grossman's Guitar Workshop, Inc.? They sell historical and guitar
>>instructional videos. We have an old catalog here that gives an address
>>in Sparta, NJ and 201/729-5544, but the number is not working.
>>Thanks for any clues you can give.
>>B. Rhodes
>>netlsvidlib@juno.com
>>
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