Jimmy and I would like to have 3 of your
CD's and a copy of the first and second CD's of Beggars Row. Let me
know what would be the best way to arrange this, money wise and all.
Hope all is well. We love to listen to your CD and the great memory at Portree. Take care,
Jim here. the guy who almost got us chucked out the
royal hotel in Portree. Great time with you guys and
look forward to meeting you and seeing you perform
I have to tell you guys
that Skye Boat Song and The Galway Shawl is the best version Margaret
and I have ever heard and we have hundreds of Cd's. I have recommended
you to our local folk club and they also run a festival so we may see
you down here in the south.One more question many of our friends are
interested in buying your Cd also, what is the best way for them to do
I heard your CD in the Inn at Carbost, and asked in the bar who was playing.
I would like details for how to order the CD from you, and will
either wait for the website or send you a cheque!
Have a good trip to Holland and Belgium
your Cd your music is so warm and beautiful just like your concert.
Cant wait to see you both again I suppose I'll just have to keep plaing
Cd to all my friends until then.
David Humphrey wrote: Hello
I heard the duo in the Royal Hotel, in Portree Skye.
One of the most memorable nights of my trip to
Scotland. Then driving off the isle towards Loch
Alsh the next day, I popped in one of your cd's.( I
gave the other to a group of 4 Polish kids that sat
at my table).
When your rendition of Skye Boat song came on, I
must say I was a bit overwhelmed. I've heard many
instrumental versions, but no lyrical version that
matched that. The whole cd is very impressive.
Dear Bob and Neil,
I have just returned from a fantastic weeks holiday camping on the isle of Skye. My girlfriend (Marilyn; she sketched you playing) and I were fortunate to come across your late evening gig at the Edinbane Hotel on Sunday 2nd June. One of the highlights of my holiday was listening to your good humour and good music,It was obvious to me that you are a very hard-working band and I hope that your impending album release will find the success that your endeavours deserve. If you put me on your mailing list I shall buy a copy when it comes out (my way of saying thanks! and supporting you.)
I shall also try and get to one of your gigs again, although living in Hampshire, this might be a bit challenging. It was very obvious to me that you have polished your banter with the audience, the result of you playing many, many gigs, plus of course your natural good humour.