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I saw you many moons ago as an opening act for Richard Thompson (maybe... 2003?) Just listening to the new James Blake album and he reminds me of you. Dropping you a line to let you know that you made quite an impression on the then 14 (?) year old in the audience in Tarrytown (I played your album over and over again on my giant baby blue boombox for months after the concert).
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Hi there...just checked out your site. Great! version of "help" love it! Some day I hope we meet - Tris PS say "hi" to your pops!
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Happy N'year! Any LA dates coming up? I'm jonesin' for your voice or words. Will trade you a homemade waffles for notes. Let's see, 6x6 squares per waffle = 36 notes. 6 divides neatly into either 2 or 3 beats. Music-math-brunch. Happiness & gratitude.
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Hi Julian, I had the unbelievable chance to see and listen to you at the special gig in Dresden on 11/16/10. Despite the minimalistic audience C.A.S.T. was awesome - you really played the funk for us. Thanks a lot for your music - we loved it and the chance to talk to you and the band after the concert. Small btu funky - what an evening!
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Hey Julian, Great stuff of yours that was sent via our newsletter. Hope life is good for you, and to see you at NAMM. All the best, Dennis
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Dude...saw Aimee Mann at the Ark Theater in Ann Arbor on Tuesday, September 21, 2010. I'm a huge fan of your efforts on the "Live at St. Anne's Warehouse". Though she is well-suited for small theaters where her acoustic/vocal combination is GREAT....however I still sat there and recalled your great licks and guitar style on the DVD. Hope you two still hang together sometimes....
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Hi Julian How are you mate? I'm back in Japan for the 3 month Yazawa stint this coming October...where are you now? Hope all's well Ed x
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Hey Julian, I have a CD I bought in HK a long time ago. Unitl now I had been keeping it, once opf the best collection I had since I was playing your Dad's song way back in the 70's. You are awesome, like your Dad. And keep up your dreams.
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When I first saw you years ago (opening for Nanci Griffith), I turned to my friend and said, "I'd love to put him and Jim Boggia in the same room and see who comes out on top.") So I laughed when I heard later you were producing Jim's album. Although you're very different, the two of you have such similar influences and great talent, it was amazing to listen to the results of your collaboration.
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Just got the notice from CDBABy that your new CD is available. Ordered it and they sent an email saying they would ship as soon as they get it. What is the actual release date? Can't wait.
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your set at the Mint was really amazing. brought my brother down, and he was definitely impressed. great song-writing, musicianship, and heart! you're a true artist.
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Hey Julian, Diggin your site. I'm a fan of your amazing talent and you. You deserve the best, my friend. :)
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Great Website Julian! Can't wait to hear the new tunes!!!
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The site looks great! Can't wait to get your latest cd. I always miss you when your on this side of the world. Come back to NH sometime. Also glad to see you don't live in sweatpants anymore!(like in high school)
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Hi Julian. The site looks awesome. Glad things are going well. Hope to see you perform sometime soon! Michele
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Congrats!!! Can't wait to hear it. Let me know when you are in NY with it and I'll gather some friends. Break a leg & all my best. Alana
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Your music speaks so honestly. I've been a fan since seeing you open for Madeliene Peyroux. Thank you.
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Sitetastic!!!!
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Hey Julian, thanks for the update. I really dig the new cd
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Oh yeah!! I'll be counting down the days to the new CD. Now, if I could just make it out to CA for the party.
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I can't wait for the new CD. Love the song "I Feel Insane", as well as the video. It's sad to hear that this is the last of these types of albums, if I understand your comment about this being the last of the Trilogy. "Bitter" and "Rock Star" masterpieces in my book.