Speaking of the Reach of the PTMOR Blog….

As noted in the below post, the PTMOR blog has been getting around — to the Alps in the Italian-speaking region of Switzerland, e.g. I see, via Google Analytics — an amazing tool, by the way — that I have been getting page visits from 44 countries in the past month. We would love to hear greetings from all of the different places — I see a scattered few visits from Russia, Turkey, India, Argentina, Poland, etc. Please say hello in the comments. All of you in more predictable places like the U.K, Canada, Australia, Benelux, etc., don’t be shy either. I appreciate the give/take. Feliz Navidad, and happy holidays to you all.

12 thoughts on “Speaking of the Reach of the PTMOR Blog….”

  1. Bill, lots of love from London and a merry Christmas to you and your family. P.s. I ask you this in all my correspondence to you, and it seems rude not to in this one, so….. what are the opening chords to 'Impossible'? I still can't figure them out after seventeen years of listening.



  2. Merry Christmas from Sweden!
    I am currently re-visiting all your CotW-songs in chronologial order.
    I think my favorites are:
    – w10: Agnes, Queen of sorrow
    – w29: Ballad of Tim Wakefield
    – w31: Brown-eyed women
    – w35: Evening gown
    – w41: Lethal temptress
    Keep up the good work, and a happy 2010 for you and your family!

  3. Greetings from Cardiff, Wales. The Tom opened my musical eyes. Great songs mixed with lush warm production. Thanks! A big influence on my own music.

  4. Bill: Love the continuing story of the CotW Project, it's been a sustaining force since CotW #1! My favorites are #6 In A Misty Morning, and #47 Thirteen, but there are so many more I love listening to over and over.

    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2010 (the Sox signed Lackey!). All the best from Canada, always.

    – Randy

  5. Buffalo Tom were the first band i saw live at the international 2 in manchester with Blake Babies as support , superb.

    Currently lanquishing on a gas platform in the middle of the caspian sea.

    COTW is what keeps me going out here.

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