I'm going to break one of my personal rules today.
Even though this really isn't about bluegill, I'd like to give a big "shout out" to John Sheehan's Christmas guitar instrumental CD. I've been listening to it for hours, and it's absolutely awesome.
I thought it would be appropriate on this forum to mention, because John is an avid member of www.bigbluegill.com
, and this music is custom made for sitting in an ice fishing hut and catching big bluegill.
John Sheehan's music is soothing to the soul. It's got substance without seriousness. It's simply some of the finest instrumental music I've heard in a long time. I'm going to make it my mission to introduce at least five different people this week to this handcrafted CD. It's as if Sheehan has carved these arrangements out of his life's experience.
In a world where we spend most of our time listening to tales of doom, disaster and failure, what could be better than listening to these great Christmas arrangements. Like a friend of mine used to tell me..."If it's good to ya, it's good fer ya".