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JON
RIP WOOLY, GREAT MUSICIAN, GREAT BAND, MAY JOHN LEES AND THE LADS DO YOU PROUD,
24 December 2010 - LONDON, UK

Salvador
My god, i'm shocked. I really miss the voice, and talent of Woolly. With tears in my eyes, i wish you a good travel trough space and time. Your music will never die, as your memory too.
24 December 2010 - Mexico

Graham Dawson
R.I.P. Woolly. You will survive beyond the grave.
24 December 2010 - Wakefield

james
So sad.I ll be listening to "the Poet"- .such a beautiful song and it speaks for itself
24 December 2010 - France

Steve
so sad
24 December 2010 - Germany

Derek Liddard
I was shocked and saddened to learn of Woolly's death and in such a way. He must have been in great distress. I interviewed Woolly for my fanzine ON THE LEVEL back in the early 80's as a long time BJH fan and he sent me his then latest album MAESTOSO on cassette to review. It blew me away and remains one of my favourite albums to this day. I was also fortunate enough to see him live supporting Judy Tzuke. RIP Woolly you were a really nice guy and will be missed greatly.
24 December 2010 - United Kingdom

Graham
sad,sad news. RIP
24 December 2010 - Yorkshire

Phil
'Thanks to Cerys Matthews for playing 'She Said'. A true poet has left the building.
24 December 2010 - Newcastle upon Tyne UK

Antonio Zambujo
Wooly, last year's concert in Lisbon was amazing.
Thank you for all the great songs you gave us.
I've made a tatto on my arm an shoulder inspired on the XII album.
I'm going to listen " in search of England" time and time again to remember the good songs that you gave us.
Miss you Wooly.Keep on going John.
24 December 2010 - Portugal

ALLAN CARTER
To sad for words
miss you always
24 December 2010 - UK

Jenny
thanks for the music, rest in peace
23 December 2010 - Mossley

Jonathan Osborn
You enriched our lives with your music and will continue to do so. So sorry will miss you. Rest in Peace Woolly.
23 December 2010 - Staffordshire, England

Gerd
With great sadness I read that Wolly left us.
Thank You Wolly, you'll live on in the music you gave us over the years. I loved it since the early Seventies.

Gerd
23 December 2010 - Germany

zappaboggs
Wooly was and will continue to be an inspiration to me. There are few people who can be called a "mellotronist" but he leads the pack.

Godspeed Wooly.
23 December 2010 - New Jersey, USA

Greg Ford
Goodbye Woolly, and thank you. Your music continues to warm my own darkness a bit. I hope you've found a warmer light than this world offers. Goodbye my un-met friend.
23 December 2010 - Deep in the mountains of North Carolina, USA

9emini
Dear Woolly, you are a great man.
You will be with us through your music.
Hope you have found your Sea Of Tranquility.
23 December 2010 - Holland

Alexandra Prickel
Ich bin sehr traurig! Danke für Deine wundervolle Musik, Woolly. Ein Vermächtnis das uns für immer erhalten bleiben wird. Ein Geschenk eines großartigen Musikers.
Ruhe in Frieden, Woolly und Gruß an Mel.
23 December 2010 - Braunschweig, Germany

Lars Jespersen
Hello. I'm very sad to hear about Wooly Wolstenholme's dead. He will be missed. I have been listening to BJH since the early seventees and Wooly's great solo albums. The last three solo's are simply brilliant. So yes I'm very sad but his music will live forever.
23 December 2010 - Denmark

Maggie
The moon's still making patterns on the water but my all time favourite music will be filled with yet more melancholy and never quite sound the same again.
23 December 2010 - Hertforshire, (ex Kingston)

john calvert
Very shocked and saddened to hear of Woolys passing. Heard only on Tues. night at concert given by THE ENID in
Manchester. Robert John Godfrey announced the sad news the stage. I believe Robert John was closer to Wooly than the other members of BJH.
Woolys contributions the BJH albums were always beautiful and breathtaking.
23 December 2010 - MANCHESTER , UK

Paul Baker
It’s taken me sometime to take this in and find the words to express how I feel with this terrible and tragic news. This was really not meant to be part of the BJH story and now there will always be a big void and an unfinished written chapter.

It’s perhaps a good time to listen to “A Waiting Game”, not one of Woolly’s most expansive piece of work, but a hauntingly beautiful piece of music with Woolly’s take on the increasingly commercial and materialistic world we all live in.

I treasure my very tiny involvement in the “coming to together” of the Last Drop album.

You will be greatly missed by many Woolly – Thank You for your music.
23 December 2010 - Norfolk

César Inca
NOW YOU ARE SHINING IN A HAPPY OLD WORLD,
SAILING ON MOONWATER,
LIVING BEYOND THE GRAVE

Thank you for the music, Woolly.
23 December 2010 - Lima (Peru)

Philip Crowhurst
For years I've loved BJH and Woolly's contribution to music. Its terrible news. Rest in Peace.
23 December 2010 - England

Lorenzo
I can't begin to express how sorry I was to hear the news. BJH's music has been so much a part of my life, as I expect many have said before. He was so witty and vibrant at the Norwich gig (Nov 3 2009) - last time I saw him. My deepest condolences to all who knew and worked with this unique and talented musician and man.
23 December 2010 - Norfolk

Frank
I saw him a year ago for the first time in my life and could talk to him and shake his hand. Thanks Woolly, rest in peace.
23 December 2010 - Karlsruhe, Germany

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