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Old 09-10-2004, 05:03 PM   #12
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I agree Joe Fish Dupoint and Larry Cozad make it live at a nine. Millard brings a good chorus crowd with him.

Back in the day I used to 9 around Pawnee with Auk-ah-boo, Frank Adson, Steve Knife Chief, even some fellas from Yellowhammer both the Jim's. then there was a Peewee, dang they use to get it back then.

Last time I went to a 9 not too many followed the format WHOME put out there straight 49 songs, 49 word songs, round dances with words.

I usta wonder about the one round dance song that is used for a Kiowa War Mothers or something. Man them younger fellas back then usta sing it at 49's, kinda of odd.

Just my 2 cents.
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