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New Stuff 1393
March 1 2014 Contributor: Mick Fisher

Great news regarding the new album and the other stuff going on. So glad you decided to carry on, now all you have to do is play a gig somewhere near me (South Wales) and I'll be a happy man. Best of luck

Still enjoying your music 1392
February 28 2014 Contributor: Neil L.

Heard you for the first time on an album rock station back in 1970. It was the full side of Seasons and we sat transfixed listening to this music and wondering who it was. It took until a high school trip to London in '73 before I could buy the album and still have it. Over the years I've bought all your albums and was just listening to it again today. The lyrics, music and voices are still great to listen to today over 40 years later. Thanks.

Magna Carta in South Africa 1390
February 17 2014 Contributor: Jaco

I recently "discovered" Magna Carta when I purchased a 2nd Hand Vinyl copy of "Lord of the Ages". I am hooked and will be looking out for more albums; on vinyl specifically.
Thank you for the great music guys!

memories 1389
January 27 2014 Contributor: John Bennett

Remember Chris from his time at Camden Council, and seeing the band play several times in the early years. Grateful to him, too, for allowing me to quote his lyrics in an office mag in the 70s. Happy days!

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