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Mark Mark wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:43 pm
Sun Oct 17 14:37:36 2004 Referred By: Eric Woo Great new songs. I am a fan from back in the "can you see him" days and I can't think of the name - but the song with the last line"I think I'm gonna go back to those years". Do you still play those? I do - jamming w/ friends. Aloha.......
Mark Mark wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:42 pm
Mon Oct 18 0:04:14 2004 John....I just got my ALL WOOD AND STONES CD that you and James made and it sounds great...keep on making great music. James said if it took off you might do some touring...I hope you do
Mark Whalen Mark Whalen wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:41 pm
Mon Oct 25 1:25:57 2004 Referred By: Tom Leatherwood We met way back the Canyon - in the '70's. Your dad worked for me for about a minute. Heard about the new album from Leatherwood. Hope to hear it soon.Those jams with you and Duke at Tom's were fantastic. Sure wish that had been recorded. It was some of the finest duet guitar music ever played!
June Baker June Baker wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:38 pm
Wed Jul 28 17:00:20 2004 I loved your album "Batdorf and Rodney"The music is great.
Bonnie Brannum-Goodbar Bonnie Brannum-Goodbar wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:37 pm
Fri Jul 30 23:25:16 2004 Hi John- This is your long lost cousin from OHIO- My husband found your website and we were impressed!! Email me if you ever get a chance.
Rob Rob wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:35 pm
Tue Aug 10 3:01:53 2004 I grew up in Hawaii where in the 70's acoustic music was king. I loved the local bands but most of all: America - Seals & Croft but most of all Batdorf & Rodney. I have been waiting many years for someone to release your alboms on CD since I've lost my 8-tracks sisnce moving to California in 1981. Sincerely - Rob
Lance Beem Lance Beem wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:31 pm
Sat Aug 14 7:49:08 2004 John - I have your past albums with Rodney.I grew up in Southern California. I have stayed with the folk rock style music you helped influence through the years - as my favorite. I promote a benefit each year in Woodland - California for the handicapped community. People like Sal Valentino of the Beau Brummels and Barry Melton from Country Joe and the Fish have played along with local talent. Music remains a big part of my life and I feel really good knowing you are still out there making music. I found the Batdorf and Rodney website recently. I wish you continued success. By the way our website (the benefit we do is online). I could not find your CD's available for the first two...Off the Shelf and your Self Titled one. Best Regards - Lance Beem
Glen Griffin Glen Griffin wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:28 pm
Sat Aug 14 19:23:14 2004 "Life is You" remains one of my favorite albums of all time. It has a great inspirational theme and words that we all can live by!
Rob Couch Rob Couch wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:25 pm
Fri Sep 10 10:17:13 2004 Hi - John...Just got my copy of "Life Is You" in my hot little hands - so now I have all 3 B&R albums on CD!!! I'm a happy guy! Love the sound bites for the new "All Wood And Stones" CD with James Lee Stanley and can't wait top get that one in my paws as well. Best - Rob.
Dwight Brosell Dwight Brosell wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:23 pm
Wed Sep 15 6:04:39 2004 We have most of the work you have done with Michael McClean and we really like your work. It would be great to see you live. You have the perfect voice to cover the Harry Nillsonn tune: "Without You". I know Mariah Carey did it a few years ago - but she ruined it. I would really like someone to do the song justice. Keep up the good work. I didn't know of all your other musical accomplishments till I saw your web-page.
John McTernan John McTernan wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:20 pm
Tue Sep 21 21:43:02 2004 Hi John - Thanks for all great music. My girlfriend then - and wife now have been fans for over 30 years. We've worn out several copies of all of your B&R and Silver albums - but still have a set that sound and look great. Weve updated to CDs and have added all of your B&Mc as well - and just ordered the All Wood and Stones CD. I hope those 85 people who heard you play in Malibu realize how lucky they were!
Kathi Kathi wrote on December 26, 2005 at 1:17 pm
Wed Sep 22 14:16:25 2004 It's fun to know there's other B & R fans out there. I'm looking forward to the new CD "All Wood & Stones" I'm also very envious of the 85 who got to enjoy the home concert - what a treat. Maybe we'll get John B and others up to Idaho in the near future.
Pete Gray Pete Gray wrote on December 26, 2005 at 12:25 pm
Fri Jun 11 17:46:10 2004 Longtime fan from Dayton (Huber Heights to be exact) Always loved the harmonyeven play some of the Batdorf and Rodneysongs myself!
Scott Price Scott Price wrote on December 26, 2005 at 12:23 pm
Tue Jun 22 17:13:45 2004 I loved your music in the 70's - I was a loud drummer then but harmony was in my soul - your records were trashed in a fire - I plan on getting your CD's - are the recordings done well? oh - it wont' matter
Rob Couch Rob Couch wrote on December 26, 2005 at 12:21 pm
Thu Jun 24 10:36:35 2004 Big batdorf and rodney fan from your old stomping grounds of Dayton - Oh. also huge James Lee Stanley fan - so I can't wait for the new Cd. Just got 2nd B7D on cd and trying to get the other 2. Best - Rob.
Collette Kitto Collette Kitto wrote on December 26, 2005 at 12:18 pm
have been I longtime fan of Michael McLean. I have most enjoyed the cd's in which you have co-oberated with him on. In fact I have missed your voice on his recent worked. So I have decided to search the internet to see what you have been doing. I'm glad to find your website.
Art Art wrote on December 26, 2005 at 12:16 pm
Thu Jul 08 11:01:30 2004I owned your first two B&R albums. Still have the second. The first was stolen by someone with obvious good taste in music. The guitar work was outstanding. It's good to see that they are reissued in CD. Hope to get the first one replaced. What got me interested in the search again was an article in Gutiar World Acoustic about the 100 Essential Acoustic Guitar albums. It should have been titled The 100 Essential Acoustic Guitar albums that did not require any research. Now if I could just find the second Michael Dinner album.
Ken Ken wrote on December 26, 2005 at 12:14 pm
Sat Jul 10 13:46:30 2004 I have enjoyed your music very much since seeing Batdorf and Rodney open for Loggins and Messina (early 70's). Best of luck with your future projects. A folio of scores for solo or duet guitar would be nice!
Joe Fiet Joe Fiet wrote on December 26, 2005 at 12:12 pm
Had the great pleasure of seeing Batdorf & Rodney 3-4 times at the Convention Center and Ice Palace here in Vegas circa 1972-73.Great shows!Best of luck to you in all that you do.
Barry Nisman Barry Nisman wrote on December 26, 2005 at 12:08 pm
Mon Jul 12 1:40:17 2004Have been a big fan - since the 3 albums; was an radio DJ in those days - so the listeners of WALF knew of Batdorf and glad to hear your teaming up again - and hope to find you on tour. I was the creator of a benefit concert series - one I've discontinued for the time being - featuring colleagues of your s such as Tom Chapin - Peter Yarrow - Noel Stookey - and Eric Andersen - who you've worked with. Will double check to see if your touring schedule is posted - would be my pleasure to see you in the NYC area; I'm east - on Long Island - but Westchester - Ct - NJ are all just a drive away.Good luck to you - and thanks for the hours and hours of great listening!!Barry