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ralph h. ralph h. from berlin wrote on 22/03/2017 at 01:44:
can anybody explain? I'm 57 and only heard john's music after he'd passed away - and I thought I heard a lot. but since then his music would be with the top 5 of what I would take to the island far away. it makes me sing - and cry. _ I can listen to john on and on and on _
Gordon Harris Gordon Harris from Ely wrote on 13/02/2017 at 21:25:
Solid Air has been with me since 1973. Probably listen to it every other day.
Remember seeing John 1978 I think at Sussex Uni. Absolutely electric performance.
A great artist.
Phil Talegas Phil Talegas wrote on 26/10/2016 at 04:16:
Unparalleled
will pearce will pearce from halifax wrote on 11/12/2015 at 20:05:
this is a heads up for all you JM fans out there...Ryley Walker is a young american singer/guitarist...there is within him an essence of the big man...I would recommend you check him out or see him live...he is playing a few dates in the UK in Feb 2016...Danny Thompson will be on stage with him...need I say more? Seasons greetings to one and all...
Alan Kavanagh Alan Kavanagh from Abu Dhabi wrote on 29/10/2015 at 10:24:
I first saw John when I was a student at Liverpool Uni back in the early 70's after being introduced to Solid Air by a girlfriend of mine. I became hooked immediately. I next saw him in 1982 at the Liverpool Philharmonic and finally saw him in Noveber 2008, just 6 weeks before his death. He has written the soundtrack to most of my life and I will be forever grateful. Bless you John
will pearce will pearce from yorkshire wrote on 27/08/2015 at 00:29:
it seems now that many years have passed since john's death. at the time, for me, it was hard to accept. my daughter was born at the time - she is now 4 years old.i rocked her to sleep many times listening to heaven and earth.i too, have lost other friends since then.things happen - and keep on happening.john's music never loses any of its depth or meaning. he is a dizzying mixture of purity, honesty and rock n roll!...miss u johnny too bad. still listening. Will. x
Albert Smith Albert Smith wrote on 30/06/2015 at 20:59:
I was 50% right. Danny Thompson was at The Gathering. The Drummer wasn't.
Albert Smith Albert Smith wrote on 23/06/2015 at 23:19:
I am unreliably informed that there will be some special guests at the Gathering; one may be a Bass Player born in 1939. One could be a drummer who played the Artful Dodger.......
brian brian wrote on 03/05/2015 at 12:21:
Love the sound!
Jim Jim wrote on 24/04/2015 at 21:49:
Too damn blue,
In too deep,
The gold-crested,
soft green hills.

Thanks, John. You were there with me. You explained, you knew. Fuck 'em!

(p.s. - what's with the fluppin' maths at this time of fluppin' night?)