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Sage of Cool Springs triangulates the music feud

Adair Countian Guy D. Babin - one time of Louisiana - is a Clinch Mountain Backstep kind of guy . . . cross county, arch-rival music critics COF and Charles Marshburn leave him wonderin', he says in this, today's take on the performing arts, today's homage to culture and enlightenment.

Guy D Babin writes:
I don't know 'bout Mr Charles, nor Mister COF esq's tastes in music - both likes find me wonderin'.....

I'm a Clinch Mountain Backstep kind of guy when it comes to tunage. If it don't sound good on a 5-string, or a fiddle, it don't sound good at all. Just sayin . . . - Guy D Babin
Comments re article 82039 Charles Marshburn Comments on COF comment



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