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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

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

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

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

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

David Brand
Just heard the very sad news on returning from Papua New Guinea. BJH has been part of my life for 40 years and will always remember the the great early concerts at the Free Trade Hall Salford Uni etc. Woolly "After The Day" you will always be remembered. A true musical legend. Rest in Peace. David
23 December 2010 - Australia

John Richards
Just found out from Robert John Godfrey of this tragedy. I can empathise with Woolly as I am regularly dogged by depression and have attempted to take my own life. Thye only comfort is that Woolly is now in a place safe from harm and the tortures of this planet. He lives on in our fond memories of him on stage and within the music that brings pleasure to our ears and our hearts and which has provided a backdrop to my life for decades. RIP Woolly.
23 December 2010 - Newton-le-Willows

Ian Smith
.way back to 1968/9 with BJH on Radio Caroline.Lost for a lyric now.
22 December 2010 - Lowestoft GB

Vic O'leary
You gave so much memorable music to so many, thank you.
22 December 2010 - Letchworth Garden City, England

Les mots ne me viennent pas tant de chose a dire sur toi ,mais tu n es plus pour les entendre.sinceres condoleances a ta famille.tu vas nous manquer.ta musique.ton humour.merci pour tout .
22 December 2010 - france

Donald Burnett
Great musician, great songs, great band,will love you forever!
22 December 2010 - Scotland

Carlos Benavides
Thanks for all the great music.
Rock in Peace !
22 December 2010 - Lima-Peru

Siegfried Volkert
Thanks for the great songs, they made our life better! Good journey for you, Wolly, from a german fan since 1974!
22 December 2010 - Ravenstein, Germany

Tanks for your presence in this life, bye Wolly
22 December 2010 - italy

Axel Hettich
Woolly, many thanks for those years in my youth you and BJH were accompany me - the keyboards in my basement are my memorial for you.
22 December 2010 - Gipf-Oberfrick, Switzerland

I listen your music and . i have tears in my eyes.
I look for you without hope . and i have also tears in my eyes.
22 December 2010 - BELGIUM

Daniel Fernandez
Wooly, thank you for the music. RIP
21 December 2010 - Buenos Aires - Argentina

One of the most creative people I've ever known. Lamentable loss.
21 December 2010 - Bracknell , Diggle in the 70's.

Very sad, that he took his life. But his songs are still alive!
21 December 2010 - Germany, Bremervörde

I'm still shocked. I talked with Woolly last year backstage after a concert in Berne - what a nice person. Thank you for the great music. R.I.P.
21 December 2010 - Switzerland

It's hard to believe - I'm very sad. BJH was part of my musical universe as a teen and still has a place in my heart. Rest in Peace Woolly!
21 December 2010 - Switzerland

The Leper
As a shy and lonely autistic, who has has no friendship since the age of 10, the lines "I've been looking for a time that I once knew, I could spend some happy hours just being there with you" sear the very core of my being. I am bereft.
21 December 2010

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