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Placed by Jos Zonneveld [ 21 okt 2011 ]
Hallo Tom, Ik denk dat ik mij ij een dag vergist heb, maar het is Zondag 12 feb.2012 en het begint om half 4 tot ong. half 7. Is dit nog te herstellen? Groet, Jos


Placed by Clive Newell [ 19 okt 2011 ]
Hi Tom, Your package safely arrived today in the post. I had just listened to the "Down in the mud" CD. A very impressive album and I would say the 'Before The Beginning" track is the best band cover of this I have heard! IMO, it is both respectful to the original, yet with your band members own 'take' of it... It is excellent and quite 'haunting'! Thank you also for the Marquee and Manor House CDs in cases with artwork. I didn't expect these in addition to the download and it was both a pleasant surprise and very kind of you to send them... ☺ One thing I would ask though... On the back of the cover which contained the 2 Marquee CDs, there is reference to Special compilation - "bits and pieces"... Are these to be released in the future? All the best, Clive


Placed by Eric [ 18 okt 2011 ]
incroyable pour l epoque de mieux en mieux on frole le nirvana avecNote de musiqueNote de musique PETER GOD GREEN Note de musiqueNote de musique vivement la suite et encore merci merciVisageClignement d'oil


Placed by Clive Newell [ 17 okt 2011 ]
Hi Tom, Many thanks for emailing the download... ☺ I see what you mean concerning this gig having better sound quality over the Marquee one... Peter's playing/tone is incredible ... Absolutely superb! Quite frankly, I feel somewhat humbled in being able to listen to these recordings and Peter Green will always be my favourite guitarist. Thank you once again for making this gig available to the Peter Green fans. All the best, Clive


Placed by Jan Ramaker [ 17 okt 2011 ]
Hallo Tom, Het heeft wel effe geduurd maar beter laat nooit dus hier nog wat foto’s van jullie optreden op 25 september. Ik kon helaas niet langer blijven dan het begin van de tweede sessie omdat ik ook nog ergens anders heen moest. Ander probleem was de rode uitlichting van het podium wat eigenlijk killing is om nog een beetje aardige foto’s te kunnen maken. Nog wel wat van gezegd en gevraagd om wat wisseling of een meer blauwe uitlichting maar dat leverde weinig begrip op. Als ik dan als antwoord krijg ‘maar rood vind ik mooi’ dan ben ik er wel klaar mee. Kortom dit is het beste wat ik er in de eerste sessie van kon maken, er zijn uiteindelijk zo’n 20 foto’s overgebleven. Cor komt er een beetje minder bedeeld vanaf maar dat had ook met die belichting te maken, achterin en nogal bewegelijk. Niet dat jij het rustigste jongetje van de klas bent maar jij staat in ieder geval op de voorgrond. Als we jullie niet meer zien voor down under in ieder geval ontzettend veel succes en waanzinnig veel lol tussen de kangoeroes. De foto’s zijn gewoon te downloaden kijk maar wat je doet, ik plaats van de week nog wel een link in het gastenboek van JTR. Groetjes, Jan. https://picasaweb.google.com/1953JR/BluesExperienceWitteTheater25092011?authuser=0&feat=directlink


Placed by John Charman [ 17 okt 2011 ]
Tom I did enjoy the Marquee tape and I had no problem with way you had set it up as a download. I'm just glad you are able to make the music available even though the copyright issues might be problematic. Hearing that gig took me back on a really nostalgic mental journey especially the roars of approval for Peter Green solos. I always had a soft spot for the line up with Ainsley Dunbar on drums but, as you say, given the recording conditions it is a miracle that the sound is so good. I will certianly get the Manor House tape. If the memories weren't so hazy I might even be able to say I was there. Keep up the good wor


Placed by David dersh [ 17 okt 2011 ]
Tom, Thank you so much for making these incredible recordings available. I like the Manor House even better than the Marquee. For one thing, the recording seems a bit clearer and songs feature Peter's soloing a bit more. I can only imagine what it must have been like to witness these performances. Are the other performances just as good? If so, PLEASE make these available Thanks again! -David


Placed by Udo Briedel [ 15 okt 2011 ]
Hello Tom!! I'm very pleased about the really good record you send to me!!From the beginning i'm a big fan of Peter Green,his music and playing guitars!!I I have seen him in some concerts with the Splinter Group the last years around here and i did some recordings for myself!!Also i recorded 2 concerts in 1984-1985 with Kolors,one in Stiuttgart the other in Heidelberg!! If you are interested i would like to make you this for gift!!!! Off cause i also will by the Manor House tape from your website!Also i told a friend(Klaus Dietrich)about this recordings and he will by them also!! I thank you very much for your attention! Kind regards from the deep and bluesy south of germany Udo


Placed by Terence Green [ 15 okt 2011 ]
HI,TOM WOW YOU BLOWN MY MIND AGAIN, ARE PEOPLE COMPLAINING WHATS WRONG ,YOU KINDLEY LET US SHARE SOMETHING WORTH GOLD FOR REAL FANS .THE COST IS VERY FARE FOR 2 CDS WHAT DO THEY WANT http://tracking.technodesignip.com/?action=count&projectid=642&contentid=6542&referrer=-&urlaction=r... ANYWAY YOU DO A GREAT JOB, THIS IS MUSIC HISTORY , P GREEN PLAYS MUCH BETTER THAN ON THE RECORDS THEY MADE THEN. WELL THANKS FOR FOR LETTING ME KNOW, IAM OFF TO DOWN LOAD CHEERS MY FRIEND


Placed by Chris Miller [ 15 okt 2011 ]
Hi Tom, I was lucky to stumble upon your site. The recordings you made of the Peter Green era Bluesbreakers fascinate me. You are a fortunate man to have not only witnessed those now historic performances but to have had the great foresight to record some of them. You are correct when you write that Mayall let the musicians stretch out. The Marquee recording is outstanding! The recording quality is much better than I had hoped for and Peter Greens performance in particular is absolutely incendiary. He is playing with a passion and intensity that I’ve rarely heard. You can see from his hair, sideburns and Les Paul/Marshall setup that he is still being influenced by Eric Clapton but his playing is already finding its own voice. I have also been listening to your recording. At first I bought it so I could get the Mayall recording but I must say I’m enjoying the album. It grows on me with each listen and I will be happy to purchase more of your recordings. I have recently discovered some of the early Dutch blues bands such as Living Blues and Cuby + Blizzards (very sorry to hear of Harry Muskee’s passing). I’m primarily a vinyl collector so I trying to find some of the recordings can be difficult. I am currently on the lookout for your early album ‘Wild Blues’ on vinyl. I’m a fan of the 60’s early 70’s sound. Thanks for sending this information on the latest Green/Mayall, Manor House release. I will be making the purchase of Down in the Mud. I can’t understand why these releases aren’t causing more excitement. They are priceless and I for one, thank you for all your efforts. I hope you will be able to release all the tapes as time goes on. Cheers, Chris Miller


Placed by Martin Donald [ 15 okt 2011 ]
Hi Tom, Many thanks for your message and thanks again for the Marquee tape. I personally think it's stunning and absolutely amazing that you have an aural documentation of that small but so important period. Considering Eric had only been gone less than a year, Peter was still developing his own touch and it was very interesting to hear that even at that point, his guitar had that 'out of phase' sound at times. So Many Roads is possibly my favourite Bluesbreakers track of all time and the sound, technique and phrasing is all there in a live performance. I can hear that the mic was on Peter's side and considering the equipment you were using, the results are remarkable. Is that a picture of the recording machine on the sleeve notes? I'm sure you've also spent valuable time on the project and think it's to be applauded. I'm pretty sure I was at the Manor House show and I'm quite sure I was in the same audience as yourself at some point in other shows. There is a book called Strange Brew by Christopher Hjort which I'm sure you know about, but if you don't, you should check it out asap. A very interesting book about that period. The little I know about John Mayall the man, is enough to know that he would have wanted 100% of everything you've done or destroy the lot. A crime. It's a great shame that Peter is the way he is these days but I suppose that's life. I enjoyed the Revelators album 'Underway' too and please pass on my compliments to the rest of the band. Some very clear influences, all played with commitment and great feel. I can see why some people would criticise, and misinterpret your intentions but I can also see that there would be no other way to realise the whole project and why not push The Revelators at the the same time. It's very interesting to see the closeness of the dates, consecutive days in the case Bromley and Klooks Kleek. The music business is nothing like that these days. I shall certainly be sorting out the Manor House tape and any other recordings that you decide to make available. Would I need to download any software to access this? I'm not familiar with 'We Transfer'. Thanks again Tom Martin Donald


Placed by Andrea [ 12 okt 2011 ]
I would like to buy the following Cds: -Down in the mud -Blues train to Thalia Are they available in physical disc and not as downloads?


Placed by Jan Bang [ 12 okt 2011 ]
Hi Tom, thanks for the amazing tapes, truly enjoyable. I can't decide which Peter Green I like the most, with JM or with the FM, but the more aggressive approach in his playing when with Mayall really appeals to me. I also had a nice moment when I viewed some of those videos You have one the site, really good stuff !! You really have some good things running with both those two bands. Kind regards, Jan


Placed by Don Brown [ 8 okt 2011 ]
Hi Tom, Your package with the 2 CDs arrived safely here, yesterday afternoon. Thanks so much for sending. I appreciate the extra effort in putting together the additional 1967 Mayall/Green Marquee CD for me. I have listened to everything and very much enjoyed the music on both CDs. It was great to hear the live Green / Bluesbreakers stuff from that era. So little of that has survived. You guys have a good sound with your 'John The Revelator' Band. Do you play a lot of live dates? I'm sure you are a good act to catch. I wish you success. Thanks again, for everything. My best to you. Cheers, Don


Placed by Bela Swardmark Stephens [ 6 okt 2011 ]
Hello Tom, I am sorry that I didn't get back to you earlier. Times are a kind of hectic.... I have finally found time to listen though your album "Underway". The album has a fine blues tone. I especially liked the title track "Underway" and "Why Would You Cry For Me" mirroring the mournful mood of Peter's "Out Of Reach". Great work! Wonderful artwork. I also enjoy the Marquee tapes a lot! And I look forward to hear the other Bluesbreakers recordings. Tom, if you are interested, I can send you a free sample of our album "Watch Out". If you would like to have it, please send me your full postal address:-) Kind Regards, Bela Swardmark Stephens


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