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Doderick | www.rock-requiem.de
Here I sit - listening to the "Early morning" - I am sad, because the world lost this fantastic musician, this grandious composer, this wonderful and warmheartet man - I am thankful for all the concerts I joined; all the good times I had because of his music - I am sure that his light will still remain - and I am hopeful that he will move generations of keyborders on and on and on! Woolly - Rest in peace my friend!
You steered your ship to the Sea of all Tranquility -
The only sound - your voice is, like starlight so bright -
Our hopes ever high
That the songs you sung and the words we bring
Should never die - - -
25 January 2011 - where the heart of Henry III. is - Germany

Ole
You and all other heroes of my youth who passed away will live forever through the wonderful gift you gave us - your brilliant pieces of music. Thank you so much!
25 January 2011 - Germany

Perry Moree
Remembered respectfully - Moonwater flowing forever
25 January 2011 - Vlaardingen, The Netherlands

Pascal
A new Eye in the Universe
I hope not Alone You Fly
You let behind You a River of Dreams
We'll never forget You !
24 January 2011 - Grenoble - France

Mike | none
Dear Wolly where ever you are now hope you`ll find your Sea of Tranquility.

Miss U

Mike
24 January 2011 - Frankfurt / Germany

Janis Ford
I am so sorry for the whole family and friends. I knew Woolly back in the 70's (from Manchester) and remember what a wonderful, warm, intelligent man he was. Although it's been a long time, he was such a musical inspiration and wonderful human. So very sad for everyone.
24 January 2011 - Temecula, Southern California. USA

Peter Brooks
Woolly,
May you rest in peace and rise in glory.
24 January 2011 - Lancashire UK.

rupert lenz
dear Woolly,
i was one of the happiest persons in the world because i got to know you personally. You are one of the most beautiful persons I ever came to know.
I'll never ever forget you.
See you in God's kingdom
it's very hard to go on without you in this world
see you in god's kindom
rupi
23 January 2011 - germany

Mike
Its hard to find the words that could possibly sum up how my brother & I felt when we heard of Woolly's untimely death. I feel grateful to have have seen him on stage on 2 of the 3 of the band's last tours, seemingly happy and at home. Sue's comments after the funeral are equally touching, revealing some of the man who we only saw from a theater row but whose nusic will be with us forever. Sincere condolences to those closest to him. May he be at peace.
23 January 2011 - Dartford, Kent

David Atkinson
I only heard the sad news a couple of days ago.

Fond memories of my 2nd ever concert - Time Honoured Ghosts at Newcastle City Hall (and the inflatable butterfly).

I've always followed the band and one always hopes that such musical heroes enjoy their time in the spotlight, make decent money and, eventually, retire looking back on a fulfilling career. Because of the disdainful UK press coverage since the 70s, I always wished the lads the best.
Condolences to all concerned.
23 January 2011 - Sutton Coldfield

Alfred
What a tragic loss! I learnt the message today and I'm at a loss of speech. He still would have had so much to give! What a talented musician and great human being he was.
R.I.P. Wolly!
Zurich, Switzerland
23 January 2011

Antony Pearson
I have only just find out about Woolly ,Im verysaddened about this as I have been a follower for 25 years.
What a great loss to the music industry and all his family and friends , I present a rock show on getreadytorock.com and Im going toplay a few tracks as tribute next Sunday at 3pm(15 00rs,repeated on weds at 10pm

Please try to tune in when we can join our thoughts together
RIP Woolly
22 January 2011

In search of old england
Although we never met - you were at my side for nearly 40 years - Im sad that you`re gone! The LORD needed a fantastic MELLOTRON-player in his band - my heroes-well some of them fell from the stage .
22 January 2011 - Brunsvig - germany

Fredtter
Woolly. I am the Mockingbird. Im gonna miss ya
22 January 2011 - Lund, Sweden

Victor Oldenhof
The world has lost a very nice man and superbe musician.
I'm sure Woolly is now with Mel and I can only say, Thank you for the wonderful music.
22 January 2011 - The Netherlands

Sue Foulston
Dear All,

Thank you for all the wonderful posts to Woolly on this website.
I would also like to say a heartfelt thank you to all of you who were able to attend Woolly's funeral.
I always knew I shared him with those who loved his music.

He was a darling man to have loved and been loved by, and I'm thankful for the time I had with him.

You all knew his presence on stage, and I'm sure you can imagine how he filled our (quite small) London flat.
We shared a dry Northern sense of humour - we had lots and lots of laughter - a love of crosswords and quizzes and discussing
the strange goings on in the world.

I'll miss my tall gorgeous handsome talented funny man so, so much.

It makes me happy to know that you thought it was a lovely service and setting - there was never any doubt in my mind that we all had to say our farewells to our very dear Woolly in his beloved Saddleworth, surrounded by those who loved him.

With much love,

Sue
22 January 2011 - London

Manni Cu
Dear Woolly!

We didn't know your reasons. But we have to accept your decision. I wish you a good journey through the universe.

My thoughts are with you.
22 January 2011 - Germany, Bocholt

Bert Goulet
The Valleys deep, the mountain so high, if you want to see God you to climb to the other side! God bless you Wooly and thank you for the love and inspiration you've given and left behind. PEACE!
22 January 2011 - British Columbia, Canada

Barbara Macanas
Devastated - and can only imagine how bereft his loved ones must feel. Thanks Woolly for your wonderful contribution to Mandalaband's music, which will always be treasured. I would like to echo the thoughts of Robin Stapleford, a BJH fan who wrote to us so poignantly to say: Thank you David [Rohl] for putting Roots as the final track of BC-Ancestors. Its place there now takes on a greater significance. Very very moving to hear Woolly sing such sentiments: "The deepest roots that love sinks never die."
21 January 2011 - London

Elaine Jones
I have only heard of Woolly's death today and am deeply shocked. I was an old girlfriend of his in the 70's and remember a lovely, kind, intellegent person who made me laugh all the time. He had a close family and I fondly remember his parents and his sister Margaret who must be devastated at this terrible time. I am only sorry I couldn't attend his funeral and pay my respect.

21 January 2011 - Cheshire

Yacov
Yes Woolly, you had and always will have fans also in ISRAEL.
Today, in your memory, I have listened to about 60 favorite songs of BJH.
RIP Woolly. Your fans from the holy land
20 January 2011 - ISRAEL

Kathy Smith
I left a message in December as soon as I heard of Woolly's passing but I wanted to add another, following his funeral which I was honoured to attend. It was a lovely service in a beautiful church and I think Keith's eulogy was a fitting tribute to a gentle, talented man. I only met Woolly twice, quite recently, but I've been a fan since the 1960s. My sincere condolences go to Sue, Woolly's family, the band, and Keith & Monika. I truly hope that Woolly's found peace at last. XXX
20 January 2011 - Leeds, West Yorkshire

Garry Tetlaw
Thanks Woolly for leaving so much good music for us to hear and remember you by.It was a privilege to have met you and I'll raise a glass for you tonight.
19 January 2011 - Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

sue goward
Have left an earlier message but felt i wanted to say a few more words on the day of Woollys funeral, I could not be there in person but was there in spirit and planted my christmas tree in my garden this afternoon in memory of Woolly. I hung a heart and butterfly windchime from it. Rest easy old friend. may you find your peace and when you awake may that mocking bird sing sweetly with you in heaven. Love, Sue.x
19 January 2011 - Woodbridge Suffolk

John Steele
Funerals are never easy things but I hope all went ok today. My sentiments go out to Sue and the greater Barclay family. A fantastic guy has gone to that great gig in the sky.

Ironically as I put my ipod shuffle on today on the train to work the first track to play was "Will To Fly" and the last before I got into my car home was "Night". How ironic.

RIP Woolly and thanks for the memories.
19 January 2011 - Taffs Well

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