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YourValentine user not visiting Queenzone.com
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Posted: 07 Dec 07, 06:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I want to present and promote a great website run by Ian Highlander who is a long time QZ member and also unpaid technical admin of QOL as well as some of his friends who are also Queen fans and on QOL (I think)

The website is

http://www.gcrpeople.com/

They are a virtual group creating wonderful music for download and purchase in aid of "make a wish", i.e. helping children with a life threatening illness.

Please visit the website and download one of the free songs. If you like it, it would be great to buy some tracks or make a donation. It's a worthy cause and the members of this project deserve all our respect for the time and effort they invest in this project.


I do not want any google ads here.

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Posted: 07 Dec 07, 09:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks for the plug B, much appreciated and unexpected :o)

You've kicked me into gear a little with this post, I've updated the demos to higher quality longer demos than previously and stuck some demos of unreleased stuff onto the forums on our site too just to see if it gets anyones generous sides out.

We have a lot of fun doing this and have some really talented musicians/singers who all donate their time completely free, it's such a great cause it makes it all worthwhile thinking that any money it makes is going to such a great cause.

Thanks again for the plug. :o)


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Posted: 09 Dec 07, 12:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

What a great project. Well done Ian, excellent songs. I particulalry like the free samples, well worth a listen.

Hats off to you. Such a good cause.