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Cy Amrich Cy Amrich wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:16 pm
Thu Jan 13 17:01:42 2005 Referred By: 3WK Radio I heard a cut from "off the Shelf" on 3WK today - brought back good memories.Found your site and just ordered the Wood & Stones CD - looking forward to playing it as soon as I get it! Hope I get a chance to see you play live one of these days. Best of luck in all your ventures - - Cy
Debra Barbre Debra Barbre wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:12 pm
Mon Jan 17 23:21:24 2005 Referred By: XM Radio Such cool Stones covers. I ordered the album. OK if I steal an arrangement....or two...??? Love - love - love the way you think. Glad there is satellite to hear stuff like this. Brilliant. Are you playing live anywhere in the So Cal area soon?
Tony Spada Tony Spada wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:11 pm
Thu Feb 24 22:44:19 2005 Hi John - Good luck with your new release if you get a chance check mine out too!From Your Lookalike .
Eddie Cunningham Eddie Cunningham wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:10 pm
Mon Mar 21 1:39:47 2005 hi john - how you been?thanks again to ask me to sing on the TBAA tv showsplease let me know if need me on anything elsethanks
Sean Firebond Sean Firebond wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:09 pm
Thu Mar 24 13:13:44 2005 I started listening to your music back in 1970 and have all three of your Batdorf & rodney albums (bought them when they first came out back in the 70"s). Anyway I am in a band here in Carson City - Nevada - and we do cover songs from those albums.My band is called "Shotgun Madness" - so if your ever in the Reno - Carson City area - and we are playing somewhere - stop by and say hi.thanks for all the great music over the years.
STEVE LEDDY STEVE LEDDY wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:04 pm
Wed Dec 01 22:00:43 2004 Referred By: LUCK I'VE BEEN TRYING TO FIND A CD COPY OF "OFF THE SHELF" FOR YEARS. I BELIEVE I'VE WORN THE GROOVE OFF MY VINYL. I GRADUATED IN VEGAS AND REMEMBER YOUR SHOWS AND TOOK YOUR MUSIC EVERYWHERE. I HOPE TO BE ABLE TO CATCH A SHOW SOMEWHERE AND HOW GREAT IT WOULD BE IF YOU TWO PLAYED AGAIN TOGETHER. THE ESCONDIDO CENTER FOR THE PREFORMING ARTS WOULD BE AWESOME - SINCE I NOW LIVE CLOSE TO IT. THANKS FOR YOUR SITE.
Daytonian by default () Daytonian by default () wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:04 pm
Mon Nov 29 14:13:58 2004 Thanks for having a direct source bio online. Yall floored some of us acoustic nuts years ago with the format. I'm so out of it - good luck. It must take a bundle to have a good guitar now compared to 73-75.
neil wachs neil wachs wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:03 pm
Sun Dec 05 20:37:07 2004 love your songs!!!
SAM SALEY SAM SALEY wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:02 pm
Thu Dec 16 19:23:08 2004 I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR OFF THE SHELF . PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHERE I CAN GET IT.
Steve Overstreet Steve Overstreet wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:00 pm
Tue Dec 28 20:31:33 2004 its been a long time....... since the gigs at the golden bear and the fox in long beach!!!!!!
RANGOOB & RAISINBRAIN () RANGOOB & RAISINBRAIN () wrote on December 26, 2005 at 2:00 pm
Thu Dec 23 19:34:28 2004 LOVING THE STANLEY ALBUM - A FUTURE B-DAY PRESENT HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YA.
Barry Wosk Barry Wosk wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:59 pm
Sat Jan 01 15:43:13 2005 Referred By: internet Your three B&R albums are some of my all time favorites. I would like to get the first two on cd when they become available again. I would also like to get the second B&Mc cd if that is available
Earl Ging Earl Ging wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:58 pm
Thu Oct 28 5:20:22 2004 Bought your first album back in the early 70's. You were new then and I loved it. Wish I could hear more. Thanks for the great music.
Max Komine Max Komine wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:57 pm
Sun Oct 31 17:35:33 2004 John--I have followed you since "Off the Shelf". I was part of a duo in Hawaii and we played almost every tune on the that album. In fact I introduced Kalapana (a popular local group) to Batdorf and Rodney and met you and Mark back stage at the Waikiki Shell during your first concert in Hawaii. You guys were awesome. You and Mark have influenced my guitar style immensely. I hope to see Batdorf and McClean soon in concert. Aloha - Max
Nancy Godfrey Nancy Godfrey wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:56 pm
Sun Oct 31 19:54:13 2004 John - Was great to meet you at the FAR-West conference - and to hear you and James play a couple of tunes from "All Wood and Stones" at our Acoustic Vegas & Friends showcase! The question is - when are you going on the road with it? Cheers and hugs - Nancy
Paul Pawloski Paul Pawloski wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:54 pm
Wed Nov 17 7:38:54 2004 Referred By: You Didn't know you had a site John. Makes buying your D-28 even more enjoyable. Thanks again Paul
Jed Davis Jed Davis wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:53 pm
Wed Nov 24 1:33:52 2004 Referred By: Your incredible music The music of Batdorf & Rodney is the finest rock music of its era. It will also endure as some of the best rock every produced. I still am in awe of the brilliance - creativity and musical talent. I actually think of Batdorf and Rodney as 1960s music because of its optimisim and sense of possiblity. I truly believe that if this music had appeared in 1965-1968 - it would have rated very high nationally. The people I introduce your music to are amazed and most love it. Good art is always eventually discovered and it endures for eternity because it touches a part of the inner self that can only be touched by music. You have achieved everything music promises to be with this outstanding music.Dr. Jed Davis - Athletic Director/Girls' Basketball - Seattle Hebrew Academy -- Northwest Yeshiva high School
Glenn Plumb Glenn Plumb wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:52 pm
Wed Nov 24 12:13:33 2004 Referred By: Hello from a fan whose older sister brought "Batdorf & Rodney - Off The Shelf" home from college in 1973 and turned her younger brother onto the possibility of playing acoustic guitar that has kept my hands and mind busy and healthy for the better part of the last 30 years. Now the chief wildlife biologist for Yellowstone National Park and still listing to B&R LPs on my old turntable. Embrace the chaos and find the love!
kim kominsky kim kominsky wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:51 pm
Fri Nov 26 17:06:31 2004 Referred By: tom & tina leatherwood I enjoyed listening to snipets from all wood and stones cd.
Bruce Hackett Bruce Hackett wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:50 pm
Fri Sep 24 14:42:41 2004 Referred By: Chris Abood I own 1000 vinyl albums and 600 CDs which I have been collecting since 1968 - and "Off the Shelf" still ranksd in my Top 20 albums of all time. Just brilliant - particularly "Can You See Him - " "Oh My Surprise - " "One Day - " "You Are the One" and "Let Me Go." The B&R album that followed is also a favorite - especially "Home Again - " "All I Need - " and "By Today." The "Life is You" album isn't bad either. Ever since CDs overtook albums as the dominant format - I'd been searching for either of the first two B&R albums on CD - and was delighted when my friend - Chris Abood - located them through Melody Lane. I ordered both - and now enjoy them in regular rotation. It's so much fun to turn on new people to this fabulous music - which I do with great regularity.I like the Batdorf & McLean "Don't You Know" songs - and look forward to the next installment in the John Batdorf life story. Rock on!