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  1. Didi
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    That’s an interesting playlist. I just follow the list on spotify to compliment my collections! 🙂
    Congratulations on your newest book release, Erin – it sounds like it’s gonna be an interesting read!
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  2. Jennifer
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    Sounds good!
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  3. heath0043
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    Congrats on the book. Your playlist is quite interesting, some very good music. The book sounds very interesting.
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  4. Trix
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    I always liked Carolina Chocolate Drops’ version of Run-DMC’s “UB Illen,” too…


  5. susana
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    That’s an amazing playlist. Some of the songs are favourites of mine as well!

  6. lisa
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    Thanks for sharing the playlist!
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  7. H.B.
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    Thank you for the playlist where/how the songs fit with the story.
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  8. Lee Todd
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    congrats on the new release


  9. debby236
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    I like the playlist. Some though I not as familiar with so I shall explore.
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  10. 16forward
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    Sam Cooke, Elton John (who I saw in Las Vegas), Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, Woody Guthrie! What great artists. I’m definitely going in to listen to them all. Thanks for the recommendations!


  11. 16forward
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    Oh I forgot to tell you how much I loved the excerpt I read from another blog! Definitely a book I’m going to have to read!

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  13. Purple Reader
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    Congrats, Erin, and thanks for the playlist. Yeah, you had quite a variety. I remember growing up in Texas liking some of the local country folk bands, like Waylon Jennings (yeah, he was once local) – Purple Reader,
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