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Old 09-03-2011, 11:54 PM   #252
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Hi WT,

Yes, I'm very pleased with the cover. This lovely recession has blessed the retail company I work for with some very talented people who are struggling to make a living doing what they do so well. We have an architect, a caterer, a couple of bankers and an incredible artist doing things like designing closets at the store. And the artist, one Laura Lakey, read Boomerang over a year ago, liked it and offered to do a cover for me. I had no money and was not about to ask her to do it for free, so I saved up until I could come within about a mile of what her work is worth and she did a great job. The figure on the left is her conception of Bethie. The guitar on the right is a Gibson L5-CES.

Alan
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