Pinch & Punch. Time for a new NFSCD and a happy birthday to my equine friends. This month we see a mysterious letter placed in a brand new mouth organ box arriving at the wrong destination. I’m putting it out there that Gerda’s surname may mean she’s related to the Herolds of Meinel-Herold, however it was/is a fairly common surname. She may have had a pretty good reason to get out of Germany at this time.
(The Beaudesert Times, 24 March 1939)
Perhaps, maybe Gerda’s pictured here?
PS: I’ve had a preview of Benoit’s album and I have to say without bias that it’s hotter than a fire cracker. The album kick’s off with a mighty fine tune that has the Ol Shep Dawg Hisself blowin’ the Proletariat Peace Pipe. It’ll still be awhile off from being released. I’ll keep you in the loop.
Also for your aural pleasure I’ve uploaded a new Gary Young & Steve Williams tune, a little country ditty written again by Gary, Hold You In My Arms.
Keep your eyes glued to the blawg as there’s quite a few posts this month.