Country Joe is a big enough name probably to get a larger
publisher than Creative Arts in Berkeley, depending upon the
nature of your book.
However, that's the firm that brought out my current book. It has
one great merit: the publisher is a Berkeleyan, Berkeley High
School product, of Joe's generation. He is uniquely Berkeley, in
that he is entirely openminded without being committed to any
Ron Cabral wrote:
> I have been associated with Joe (aka) Country Joe McDonald for over 40
> years and have worked with him on various projects over that time frame.
> Currently we are working together on a book about his life - this is a work
> in progress which is close to completion. You can see sample Chapters on
> www.countryjoe.com - there will be a new Chapter up each month.
> As a new member of the list I have been keeping up on the posts with great
> interest for the past few weeks as much of the conversation is relevant to
> material in the book.
> I have been a front line educator with the San Francisco Public Schools
> since 1966. During the period 1967-1973 I was deeply influenced by the San
> Francisco music explosion of the period and became a rock band manager of
> three bands who played many important gigs and Benefits of all types in the
> Bay Area and Oregon during that time.
> If any members of the list have comments or suggestions for me as to what
> you would like to see in the book or even suggestions about potential
> Publishers I would love to hear from you.
> Ron Cabral
> Concord, CA
> t 05:33 PM 6/23/00 -0700, you wrote:
> >No disdain, Joe. I can't write the kind of songs you can, and you
> >can't necessarily do everything everybody else can. It's as
> >simple as all that. It takes all kinds. It would be a very dull
> >world if we were all the same.
> > Bill Mandel
> >Joe McDonald wrote:
> >> gee wizz guys i am starting to feel like a tennis ball: i am an
> "artist" that "intuits" things and not a "logical type" i am just a
> "musician" "cut me some slack".
> >> wazzup dudes?! i don wanna beef again but i am having a Jane Fonda
> flashback when she told me "the GI's are just working class guys who dont
> know how to spell". well
> >> us dumb bells, or lumpen, or freaks bleed if you cut us and "serve" in
> all segments of society. disdain is not a nice thing even disguised as a
> complement. no cheers
> >> this time from me, country joe mcdonald
> >> William Mandel wrote:
> >> > My reaction to Joe's post to me a few days back was to flash on
> >> > de St. Exupery's phrase: "Happiness is when you are understood,"
> >> > and that artists often intuit things us supposedly logical types
> >> > have trouble with.
> >> > Bill Mandel
> >> >
> >> > Joe McDonald wrote:
> >> > >
> >> > > monkerud wrote:
> >> > >
> >> > > > If Joe's views are supposed to be from the left, we're in bad
> shape. And yet his views reveal how little the ideas that we put forth
> reached ordinary Americans.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > We should perhaps cut the guy some slack ... he's a musician after
> all and apparently didn't learn much from being around the political movement.
> >> > >
> >> -- "Ira Furor Brevis Est " - Anger is a brief madness
> >> country joe Home Pg <http://www.countryjoe.com>
> >> country joe's tribute to Florence Nightingale
> >> Berkeley Vietnam Veterans Memorial
> >> Rag Baby Online Magazine <http://www.ragbaby.com/magazine>
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> >You may find of interest website www.BillMandel.net
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