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Tom: 'Any way I can see the Craig Ferguson show?' I think it's on You Tube now.
Oevind Kristoffersen: 'I'm an old Stones/Bowie/Hunter fan. 'Shrunken Heads' is a fantastic album. Got the same feeling with the Stones 'Some Girls'. In Norway SH went into the top 40 at #20.' Great.
Rion Hammond: Go for it.
Susan Nakamaru: 'Coach House was great!'
Penny: All depends on the timing and geography.
Phillippe Auliac: Noted.
Rich Webster: ' 'Shrunken heads' brilliant work - outstanding musicians - blows me away. Tops 'Rant' - can't wait until October.' All right.
Jacob Huffman: 'Coach House concert outstanding - thanks for signing harmonica and thanks to Steve Holley for signing sticks.'
David Inquieti: I've no idea about stuff like that. Up the town. No Northampton date this time but I believe it may be in next time.
Gary Meloni: 'Agora Hills show better than the album.'
Larry Woodside: Nice meeting you - keep the flag flying, Larry.
Ian Dooley (the good looking one) left Patrick (the ugly musical illiterate) at home. Key Club fun!
John K: Will do.
Jim and Zach Kleinheksel: OK, we're even.
Kelly: I have absolutely no problem with playing SF - I love the town. There seems to be a problem your end.
Billy Coulter: Best of luck with it, Billy.
Dave: Sorry, got this too late.
Mike Pecucci: 'What's the secret to a happy marriage?' Keep your mouth shut and don't talk about it.
Gary: Yes, it is annoying - what am I gonna do?
Steve: I got some vinyl. Can't remember what they are - haven't looked in a while.
Pete Rios: 'Just saw Ian at the Coach House - back on your site looking for merch and can't find the old link. Keep getting redirected to Yep Roc. Where' s the merch? Yep Roc is handling the merch now.
Jim Scully: Bravo on SH - what a great CD. Fan since '74. It gets better and better (I haven't finished yet).
Joe DeFilippo: 'Who's in the band?' M.C. Bosch (lead guitar); James Mastro (guitar and assorted other stringed instruments); Andy Burton (keyboards); Paul (Sylvio) Page - bass and my old mate Steve Holley on the drums.
Alan K: I remember Rod and Keith moon shaking hands in front of a U-Haul truck - then climbing on the engine cover (still shaking hands) then climbing onto the roof (still shaking hands) then jumping off (still shaking hands). I think it was Rod, but it may have been Pete. I like Jeff Dexter - he's the genuine article.
Andrew Field: Yup - the same Barry. I'd been looking for him for years and finally another pay lf mine from Northampton put us in touch. He came over with his wife, Mo to the U.S. and loved it. Took him to see Springsteen and he was well impressed with Miami Steve. You have a morphing point. I knew in my heart of hearts that that kind of life wasn't for me.
John Purcell: Nope. Ever read 'Confessions of an Economic Hit Man? (John Purcell)?
Jeffrey Stanke: Cheers, mate.
Eric Neilson: Ronno didn't play on AAAB because his manager, Tony Defries wanted more for Mick than I was getting. Pretty stupid move, really.
Jill: 'Why, ' I didn't mean to sound obscene' instead of vent my spleen' (live in Philly)? That's what came into my mouth.
Alan Timms: No idea where Pete Frame is - anybody know where Pete is these days?
Diane Smith: 'Any additional NY dates this summer?' Don't know.
Bill Cannon: 'That's for you to say - I couldn't possibly comment!!'
Joseph Wachtel: Great show at the Highline.
Natasha Doucette (13): We'll try to come back to Philly - just for you.
Gregg Cochran: It's easy to understand. Their offers aren't good enough.
Michael De Mola: I think 'Life After Death' opened. I'm sure we did 'Standing In My Light', 'Cleveland', 'Just Another Night', and maybe, 'Ships'. 'Bastard' would have been around 2/3rds through the set. Mmmmmmmm.
Neil: 'Set list at the great Highline gig?' 'OBTS', 'Twisted Steel', 'Big Mouth', 'Wash Us Away', 'Seeing Double', 'Soul of America', 'Mother', 'Shrunken Heads', 'Angeline', 'Ballad of Mott', '23A', 'Just Another Night', 'How's Your House', 'Memphis', 'Dead Man' 'Irene Wilde' 'World Was Round', 'Roll Away the Stone', 'Saturday Gigs' into 'Dudes'.
Mia Martinez: There are two versions of 'All of the Good Ones' - a slow and a medium paced - they're both on the same album. I kinda like the version on the 'Strings Attached' DVD/CD.
Honaloochie B: 'Loving the new record - it sounds utterly fantastic. I'm particularly impressed with 'Brain Washed'. Given it's lyrical content and sentiments does this mean I can get a refund on that Horse's Mouth T-shirt I bought?' Now you see - you're not stuck with the makers name on it - you choose to have me on you - that's OK. So slight miss of the point (impressive none the less).
Joe S.: Thank you.
Shawn Jones: 'Didn't want San Juan Capistrano to ever end.' I've always liked that club. Bit hot in the dressing rooms, but apart from that - a lovely day out. 'Thoroughly enjoyed the lead guitarist (M.C. Bosch). Looked like Keith Richard's kid.' I'm sure Mark will enjoy this one.
Jon Bolton: 'Will there be an expanded 'Overnight Angels' this year?' We had discussions with Sony about this last year but nothing since.
Robert C.: ' 'When the World Was Round' is probably one of the best songs I've ever heard - I wish you'd played it at the Starland.' Thought I did, must have forgotten. The back end of the song actually aggravates the strained muscle if I do it too often. Maybe I was giving it a night off.
Hal Freiman: 1) It's being discussed. If it does come off - you are welcome. 2) It's probably up on 'Rant' but radio gets harder. I appreciate the Peak playing it. 3) Regards to all at St. Vincent's and I'm glad you enjoyed the Highline.
Mark + Shelly Ferry: The Coach House not to be forgotten. Love the record start to finish.
Ethan: Welcome aboard!
Jim Kenny: 'Boston.' Yeah - I don't know what's going on with that.
Greg D.' 'Huge fan (30 years) now a huge Jeff Tweedy/Wilco fan. How did you connect?' He got up at the Park West in Chicago around 'Rant'.
Bill C.: 'I normally have fun with the site, but I'm serving it straight up today - you and the band were excellent. Saw two shows - both great. You can trust me - one night I was with Hoople fans that were renewed and one night I was with non believers who are now believers. That's all - Bill.' Thanks, Bill.
Richard Ruben: Yeah, we enjoyed it. It's a shame the people to the right of the stage were cut off, but Steve told me they were going to swap things around a bit.
Curtis Mayfield: Rams Head, Annapolis. Very happy.
George Miller: Hi Line Stellar! Better than ever. Andy showing up was a real treat. Come back November or December.
Rory Musil: 'With 'Shrunken Heads' you've made all previous Best of/compilations outdated.'
Billy Innes: 'Did you ever cross paths with Warren Zevon?' No, unfortunately, I didn't. He was unique - one of a kind.
Simon (Norway): 'Thought it was impossible to top 'Rant'. You did. Glad it's doing so well.'
Rich Michi: 'Great show in Annapolis last night. Thought the electric guitarist, M.C. was exceptional.' I don't know about another release next year, but it's not going to be anywhere near as long as before.
Michele: No, I wasn't saying goodbye - I always forget those particular lines so I just sing the first thing that pops up at that particular moment; there's a few of them. It's been 'history' and 'obscurity' lately.' Thanks for reminding me about 'monotony'. I'll put that back in.
Dr. Rock 'n' Roll loves the new record and what better way to end!
I just have to tell you, Andy, the band and I are blown away by your reaction to this CD. We really didn't know what to expect. We knew it was good, but we didn't expect this amount of fuss. I've left a load of stuff out because you make us sound too, too lovely!!
All I can say is buy it; there's got to be a business for me to say in business.
P.S. I just found out that my mate, Miller Anderson now has an official web site: www.milleranderson.co.uk. Check it out.
P.P.S Thanks to Mike Mitchell for filling in!