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Chris Wright
As a major player in my favourite band ever I trust that you can now rest in peace.
2 May 2011 - England

Nick T.
Farewell Woolly. My youth passed away with you.
28 April 2011

FLETCH
so very sad,,,only just heard the news,,what can i say? "gutted"....
24 April 2011 - colne lancs uk

Yogi
I love the music of Woolly and BJH. I will miss him. R.I.P., Woolly
22 April 2011 - Germany

Claudio Maffei | www.claudiomaffei.net
Can't believe it... Woolly, I really thank you for the deep feelings you gave us through BJH albums... RIP
18 April 2011 - Italy

Andreas Spiethoff
I saw Woolly and BJH in Munich in 1976. They transformed a cold winter evening into a splendid time of light, warmth and empathy. Thank You so much.
16 April 2011

Christina
Unvergessen! Spiele gerade Woolly`s MOCKINGBIRD - und mir wird wieder bewußt,er ist durch niemanden zu ersetzen! Woolly, Du bleibst einzigartig, und Du wirst für immer unvergessen bleiben!! FÜR IMMER!!
15 April 2011 - Germany

Coralie | coralierachel.wordpress.com
I still can't really believe it, and was in shock for a while back when it happened. Wasn't really sure what to put here. I feel quite lucky to have toured with Woolly and the others, and he really was a special guy. I especially used to enjoy him sitting with me and reading my gossip magazines on the plane, he seemed to know more about Kerry Katona than me :D But what a lovely, eccentric, talented and interesting man. I will treasure my memories of Woolly forever. RIP. x
15 April 2011 - Hertfordshire, UK

Albert Siebenlist
Happy Birthday Woolly. I raise a glass for you. But "The sun will never shine".
15 April 2011 - Germany

Rodney Lunn
First saw BJH in Bradford in the early 70s, & last saw John Lees BJH in Portsmouth in 2009,when the years just rolled back! JLBJH were brilliant that night. Now just getting news of Wooly's passing greatly saddens me & my wife , both long time fans, Woolys orchestral leanings made BJH what they were, the best group in the UK!. More recently I had been getting into Maestoso & again enjoying Woolys compositions. Very glad we saw JLBJH in 2009, though no doubt they will continue on, it cannot be the same unfortunately. God rest you & Mel, both will be sadly missed by many.
12 April 2011 - England

Andy Matthews
Just found out and still reeling with the shock - Woolly's music touched my life deeply and it was a privilege to have finally met him on the 2006 tour. Am playing 'In Search of England' now and bloody crying, which is the first time I ever have for a lost musician...says a lot, I guess. RIP, mate and thank you.
10 April 2011 - Essex England

jacqueney
sincereres condoléances toutes mes pensées vont a sa famille ainsi qu'au reste du groupe! c'est un groupe que j'adore depuis les années 80 et je les écoute régulièrement
9 April 2011 - france

John Cumins
Woolly is not only a great loss to his family, friends, life long fans but also the world of rock music. One of the best memories was the concert in the 70's at Weely in Essex........ BJH appeared with the orchestra as the sun was setting, she said followed by certain mocking bird and many more life long masterpieces. Many agreat concert followed with even more moving tracks and albums. Never to be forgotten, always in our hearts, we love you all for the special moments that BJH gave us over the years. Rock on never cease providing the best memories & moments never to be forgotten, Shine on Woolly
8 April 2011 - England

jim hendrickson
to the bjh family sorry to hear of the
loss of wolly. we have loved bjh since
the 70,s. thanks for all the great music.
8 April 2011 - washington state usa.

Robert Tompkins
I was really hoping that JLBJH with Woolly would tour the western US and I would finally be able to see them. I never saw the original BJH and I really wish I could have. So sorry to hear of his sad battle with mental illness. A real loss and a shock.
7 April 2011 - Colorado, US

Irene
Gutted
5 April 2011 - Scotland

Gordon Cockroft
I've just learnt of Woolly's passing, such a sad end to a wonderful talent. My first BJH gig was in 1975, and WW's melodies still linger. Play on wherever you are Woolly!
1 April 2011 - Somerset, England

David Henry
Only found out about this tragic loss, my heart goes out to Woolly's family friends and former musicians.BJH live in my heart forever after guiding me through the 70's and 80's fond memories. So sadly missed RIP Woolly may the keyboards fill heaven!!






1 April 2011 - Whitehaven Cumbria England

JACQUES PAQUET
I just read about it & I just can't believe it; such a loss for the Mellotron lovers!
1 April 2011 - CANADA

danyb
je suis bien triste de cette mauvaise nouvelle.

R.I.P wooly
30 March 2011 - france

Richard Anscmbe
"Like brave Explorers bold and free,we sail forever on the sea!!" W.Wolstenholme.
RIP Wooly you were part of one of the best bands ever.
28 March 2011 - Wetheringsett

Hans Fohr
Only today I learned about the death of Woolly. Being an astounded fan of BJH for some 30 odd years it was a great shock to me. May you rest in peace Woolly!
28 March 2011 - Hilversum / Netherlands

ram ben yaaqov
just today i was told about it...so so sad, words can not tell what i feel...rip
28 March 2011 - ISRAEL

Martin Sanderson
So sorry to hear this news. BJH were the first band I ever saw live and I still play more of their music on my iPod today than any other band. Woolly, you were a genius and a legend and I thank you for enriching my life. God bless.
27 March 2011 - Essex

Jenny Smyth
As a Life long fan of BJH I am very sad to hear of Woolly's death, his brilliance is a great loss to the world of Music, RIP
27 March 2011 - Devon England

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