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Volker Andussies
I just found out today and I am really shocked.
Woolly, sail on "The Sea of Tranquility"!
12 January 2011 - Germany

peter
so sad, but your uniqueness and being is meant for other worlds now. thanks for letting us experience your musical talent. god bless
12 January 2011 - liverpool

roomthirteen
I have only just found out. Absolutely gutted. An integral part of a truly unique sound. RIP Woolly and thank you so much for the joy you brought.
12 January 2011 - UK

John Duff
Such sad news. Rest in Peace Woolly.
12 January 2011 - UK

John Herzog
Life on earth is short, too short. Farewell, Woolly! Enjoy heaven!
11 January 2011 - Austria

Peter Gosling
A fan for 35 years, this is a sad loss.
11 January 2011 - Durham, England

Joe Moss
Just found out. So, so sad. I count myself priviledged to have seen Woolly at the Mean Fiddler a few years ago.
11 January 2011 - Gibraltar

Marco Enghel
R.I.P. no more words
11 January 2011 - italy

Trevor Seddon
I have only just found out (11th Jan 2011). This is tragic news of such a brilliant muscian and the the sound of Barclay James Harvest. My heart goes to his family and friends.
11 January 2011 - Denton, Manchester.

John Richardson
Woolly, You will be sorely missed but your music will live forever. I am just grateful that the memory of you performing live will always stay with me.
11 January 2011 - London

Veronica
Woolly, you enriched the lives of so many people with your music, your passion and your humour. It is a comfort to know that your truly great presence will always be felt wherever and whenever your music is played. RIP
11 January 2011 - England

chris
R.I.P wooly.Thank you for the music.
10 January 2011 - North Wales

Stuart Smith
Have been living with the band(s) since the late 70's, having first seen on the Gone To Earth tour at the Liverpool Empire and as recently as autumn 2009 at Bloomsbury. I had no idea of Wooly's struggle but comments here make it quite clear how important he was in so many people's lives. My condolences to the family and all band members, past & present.
10 January 2011 - West Sussex

Anastasio
Having affected (musically) my most sincere and sensitive time of my childhood my deepest sympathy for the loss
10 January 2011 - GREECE, Athens

Howard Moody
So glad I got to see you play, Woolly.
R.I.P.
10 January 2011 - Peterborough

Eric Shaw
Since going to my first live concert to see BJH doing their Autumn tour in 1973 in Ipswich their music has been a constant in my life through good and bad.
Woolly and John came to the Arts Centre (a very small venue) in Colchester just over a year ago and were brilliant, Wooly's charisma belied the problems he carried with him, my thoughts go out to his family but I am just one of many thousands of fans that have had their love of music enriched by Wooly's contribution.
RIP Woolly
10 January 2011 - Ipswich Suffolk

LUIS MANUEL LOSTAL
Hello! I am a fan from always of Barclay James Harvest and I'm very sad for the recent death of Woolly Wolstenholme. I will miss him as to his music. My more sincere condolence to his family and BJH members.
LUISMA LOSTAL (from Spain).
9 January 2011 - Spain

Lynn Q
I, too, learned this sad news only today. I had enjoyed the band's wonderful music since the '60's. I treasure their work and will continue to do so and share it with others. Woolly, you will be so very sadly missed. Thank you for your amazing, moving, magical music.
9 January 2011 - Ontario, Canada

Sue Goward
Remembering dearest Woolly , a brilliant musician and sweet guy. Went to many BJH concerts in the 70s and always went backstage to meet the boys and get autographs, Meeting Woolly was like meeting an old friend every time. Heavens music shall be that bit sweeter now. love sue.x
9 January 2011 - Suffolk

Colin Skilton
I am so sorry to hear the news about Woolly's untimely death. He was a wonderful musician and his music with BJH and his solo albums have always been a source of great inspiration for me. My deepest condolances go to his family and the band as well. He will be deeply missed by us all. Hymn was a song that inspired me so many times and now when l hear it it will remind me of Woolly and his legacy of beautiful songs. God Bless you Woolly, may you find peace.
9 January 2011 - Redhill in Surrey Great Britian

Luis Manuel Lostal
Hello! I am a fan from always of Barclay James Harvest and sit indeed the recent death of Woolly Wolstenholme. It him will miss as to his music. My sincere condolence.
LUISMA LOSTAL (from Spain)
9 January 2011 - Spain

John Boruta
I was stunned to hear the news. Having had the personal experience of living with two family members who chose to end their life, our deepest thoughts go to Woolly's family and circle of friends. Like many BJH came into my sphere in the very early 70's and they have remained on my playlist ever since. Peace.
9 January 2011 - Pennsylvania, USA

john mould
Thanks for the music Woolly
9 January 2011 - Shepshed, Leicestershire,England

Bob Hooper
I have always hoped that BJH would one day get back to the original line-up. With the passing of Mel a few years back I just hoped John and Wooly would make up with Les. All of BJH have felt like friends over the years although we have never met. The music lives on!My sincere condolenses to Woollies family and John and Les.
9 January 2011 - Thornbury, South Gloucestershire

Steve
Have only just heard that Woolly has died. I have loved them since BJH began because the music is timeless and moving. It was a privilege to see them live twice in the last 5 years. So sad
9 January 2011 - Lancaster UK

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