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April 2 2017 Contributor: Steve Hambleton

Thanks for a great gig on Friday evening. Superb musicianship from a great team of musicians led by Chris, all wrapped up in warmth and humour. Long may you continue.

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March 11 2017 Contributor: Joe Kelly

Just completed a house move and rediscovered my old vinyls that kept me company through my school and college years (and inspired me to become a musician), incl. a much-cherished but well worn copy of Seasons - for me one of the finest folk concept albums ever. Didn't think for a minute you guys would still be going but - hey, you're in Clitheroe in a couple of weeks time and I'm just down the road. Boy, am I looking forward to this gig! Rock on, guys.

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February 23 2017 Contributor: Davie

Greetings from an ancient friend who remembers the music you and the rest of your rock group generated in 1963/4 at the 'Dog Kennel Hill' gigs at the Rugby Club. I also remember you showing me basic guitar chord sets whilst living in college hall rooms. Where has the past 50 years gone? Do you have any memories of this period and the people? Davie.

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January 23 2017 Contributor: stefan spiekman

Hello Chris and the band,
Hope you're doing well. I've been lucky to see you live once, here in Holland. Even got my lp signed and had a chat. Really lovely. Since 'mixed up sensations' and 'old man' belong to my favourite songs of yours, I was wondering about the lp Martin's Cafe. That cover is so very cool. But I was wondering, where actually is this cafe? And what's the story behind this great 70's photograph. Were you waiting for the gig, or just went there for a drink and a fag or something? Greetings and all the best, Stefan, 34, Holland (Coevorden)

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