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New Masters Old Horizons 843
June 18 2011 Contributor: Paul

I recently came across New Masters Old Horizons the Cd in "Relics" a shop in the Westend of Glasgow. The cover with its acoustic guitar and the name caught my attention. I really enjoyed the folky and thoughtful feel to the music...I pped it to my ipod and shuffle list. Well..when I heard Father John with its cello like sound through my headphones and the guitar and harmonies ,words and blew me away ... Thank you .... I will now look back through your songs to see what else I have been missing over all these years. With appreciation Paul from Scotland

Pleased to meet each one here 841
June 16 2011 Contributor: SelinaLowman

I'm here to say hello to every one.
Have a wonderful day.

Hi Chris 836
June 12 2011 Contributor: Ian Raymant

Good to hear all is going well, please schedule a gig closer to Colchester, down in here in balmy old Essex. Hoping to get to Yorkshire later this year. All the best to you. Ian Raymant.

Early Days 834
June 9 2011 Contributor: Dave Voyde

Hi Chris,
Remember me, possibly your first recording engineer at Phillips Studios Marble Arch. Still listen to your music from then, never realised how lasting it would become. Please pass on my best wishes to anyone who might remember me.
Have been living in New Zealand for past 30 years.
Best Wishes,

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