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Jim Glaser, and mail it to P.O. Box 11084, Murfreesboro, TN 37129
For 1 CD, send $13.97 ($9.99 for CD and $2.98
For 2 CDs, send $23.96 ($19.98 for CDs and $3.98 S&H)
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and whether you'd like it autographed and to whom.
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Me and My Dream,
& MY DREAM
1. She's Free But She's Not Easy
If I Had You to Love Over Again
3. Mason-Dixon Line
Happy Hour Blues
5. Don't Say Love
6. I See His
Love All Over You
7. United Airlines
Will It Be My Turn
9. Who Were You Thinkin' Of
11. Hard Times
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where you can "...leave instructions to the Seller," just leave me a note there
telling me that you'd like me to autograph the CD and to whom you'd like it
autographed it to. Thanks.
Maxine Brown's book,
"Looking Back to See,"
is a must read for those of you
remember those great records of
The Browns. This book tells all
about their career, the shysters who
took advantage of them, stole their
royalties, and so much more.
Go to her website (below) for updated information
and to order an autographed copy
of her book:
Maxine Brown Website
Joey Pantoliano's latest book
Joey Pantoliano's Resume on IMDB
Buy Joey's books on Amazon.com
Please play his YouTube video at this
Last year when I was appearing on the
Classic Opry at the Ryman Auditorium, my daughter, Lynn, (she works in
Production for movies and TV shows) called me and asked if I could get a
backstage pass for Joey Pantoliano, who was in Nashville doing a movie on which
Lynn was working.
Now, Joey played "Cypher" in the movie, "The Matrix," my most favorite movie of
all time. I've loved science-fiction for as long as I can remember and
this movie is, to me, the best Sci-Fi movie ever made! (Joey has been in
over 100 movies, including, "The Fugitive," "US Marshalls," "Memento," and many,
many more.) Joey came to the Ryman and stopped by my dressing room!
I was totally in awe just meeting him and then having him watch my performance.
The next day he went to a
bookstore in Nashville and bought me a copy of his latest book, "Asylum," which
is truly an amazing and inspiring read. I whole-heartedly recommend it to
all of you! Joey's lifelong battle with depression, ADHD, dyslexia, etc.,
and his continuing struggle to recognize and deal with these problems--even
while pursuing a successful acting career in the highly competitive and
stressful environment that is Hollywood--is amazing and inspirational.
Just as amazing and inspirational is his continuing efforts to make people aware
of, and help them with, these and other mental "dis-eases"