Pages where Harpin' an' a Whinin' is listed worldwide on various websites...


Notation.html Myquill Welcome to Newport, Oregon
links.php Putty's Haven Harmonica USA
students2.html Frank Bard Harmonica Page
1314.html EZ Folk Forums
paorn_jukebox.html PA Jukebox
john.html John's Page
harmonijka PL
page8.html Steve Shaw - Irish Harmonica
Tablature.htm Wendy - Tablature
music.htm Bellingham Music
Summary by Month
Month Daily Avg Monthly Totals
Hits Files Pages Visits Sites KBytes Visits Pages Files Hits
Jun 2007 9784 7511 2846 599 4072 1976485 4795 22768 60090 78278
May 2007 10936 8398 3082 677 13820 9578986 21000 95545 260349 339016
Apr 2007 10099 7643 2883 618 13348 8226865 18566 86499 229312 302971
Mar 2007 9780 7351 2823 576 13152 7244201 17874 87537 227887 303197
Feb 2007 12052 9100 3423 615 12668 8285058 17241 95867 254807 337476
Jan 2007 13058 9833 3326 608 12403 9164703 17637 96455 285169 378699
Dec 2006 12897 9390 3000 576 11613 11959941 17864 93009 291099 399836
Nov 2006 10775 7494 2559 627 10686 8633223 16317 66536 194866 280169
Oct 2006 10537 7533 2429 500 11331 9313599 15526 75321 233537 326665
Sep 2006 8328 5743 1910 414 9263 7448408 12446 57318 172300 249854
Aug 2006 10993 7529 2587 491 10107 7220591 13268 69857 203309 296824
Jul 2006 10914 7532 2658 489 9919 7925146 14672 79743 225968 327436
Totals 96977206 187206 926455 2638693 3620421


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