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phil hargreaves (phil@whi-music.co.uk)
Date:Sat 18 Nov 2006 08:56:47 GMT
 and welcome to the Personal Column guest book!

Date:Sat 18 Nov 2006 09:01:22 GMT
 Hi Phil, having just found the personal column site and yours i just want to say it's great to hear those songs (which are still brilliant) again and being aable to download them. I was a PC fan and follwed them all around to gigs around Liverpool and beyond. Also i was in a band called MI5,(We rehearsed at hte ministry also and played the masonic etc) later called FLASHPOINT and sometime between i was lucky to get PC to do an original track of mine called 100 tons of wet cement under the name of INSIDE INFORMATION a tip to PC,S name they that is Marc and Colin done a great arrangement on the tune improving it beyond my caperbilities and musical skill weaving that magic that underlies all PC songs.They had it all going for them and nothing came of it what a waste of talent and originality? I' d like to get in touch with Marc and Colin again to see them and what there what they are up to now! Can you help? regards John H.

Paul Smith (pbryans11@gmail.com)
Date:Sun 26 Nov 2006 17:49:51 GMT
Subject:personal column rediscovered
 Great to discover the site last week. Used to have PC music on tapes off the JP programme, but they had long been eaten by the tape player. I also have the 3 singles. Downloaded the songs from the site and will be doing a cd. Many thanks for making this great music available again. My favourites: Same old situation (what a great song!) and Friction.

David Lea and Thomas Lea (david-lea@tesco.net)
Date:Mon 27 Nov 2006 22:05:05 GMT
Subject:Re-living my youth
 I found the site a couple of months ago and was made up that I could actually download the tracks and put them onto a CD. I spent many-a-night as a teenager sat up in bed listening to John Peel and always thought Personal Column where brilliant. Listening to these tracks simply re-enforces that view and my 8-year old son agrees - he especially likes the track "Red". I have the singles and one or two dodgy recordings off the John Peel shows but now being able to listen to everything on CD is great. Many thanks.

Jerry Whitfield (jerry.whitfield@blueyonder.co.uk)
Date:Sun 03 Dec 2006 21:20:55 GMT
Subject:In the strictess confidence
 I searched high and low for 'srictly confidential' after hearing on John Peel, years and years ago. The track has been regularly going through my head ever since (Along, worryingly enough, with the singing nun). Absolutely chuffed to find it here by accident, having been searching for Come in Tokio. Excellent, thankyou.

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