Results 256-270 of 313 guestbook entries.
Name: val falcon
I am so so so so proud to have known you. I have been watching the weekly programme and loving it. Love to you and Donna and of course Ally. Val x ( ex eden court)
Name: Sarah McFadyen
hi ya Doctor Phillip. Had to come and have a look at Cuddle Corner.... lovely selection o photos. Especially like the one wi you and a dolphin.
all the best xxxx Sarah McFad
Name: Carol Miller
Dear Phil, I was going to write you a letter (showing my age) about your Scotland's Music series on BBC2. It's wonderful and we are enjoying it very much. More please and will there be a DVD? As well as the musical content the scenic photography is beautifully done. We saw you and Aly recently in Pitlochry and look forward to Thursday at the Concert Hall in Glasgow. All the best, Carol and George Miller.
Name: Linda Cassidy
Television series is fantastic, the ending of the spiritual prgramme was nothing short of beautiful.
Any chance the whole series will be out on DVD for Christmas
Working on Scotland's Music was a year well spent in my opinion. One of the best music doc's i've seen and i've seen a few. The John Martyn performance was special.
Thanks for opening my ears and long may you run.
Name: Tommy Mitchell
I am Tommy Mitchell and my son Stuart whom you met at the shoot in Rosslyn Chapel when we did the interview for the Motet, and would like to thank you and the team for a great series and we are privileged to have been part of the programme. Never had a chance to talk to you since but thoroughly enjoyed the whole series. I also wonder if we are distantly related as my middle name is Cunningham!
Name: sandy fraser
From: kyle of lochalsh
hi phil, i hope you remember me, i was the one who introduced you to the guerrini box after a wizard gig at glenelg. i now live in georgia usa but have been trying to keep up with your music. where can i get some up to date dvd's? hope your keeping well, would be great to hear from ye orra best, sandy
Name: Marcos Amadio
From: Barcelona - Spain
I listened your music the first time at RN3 the Ramon Trecet radio program "Dialogos a las 3" it was for me an hallucinating experience. Your music notes touched my mind and my spirit and I feel that you are touched by the Angels.
When I listen your music you can me fly to another world to another universe where the peace, the serenity, the love, the nostalgic are alives.
Thanks for living
Name: Isla Butler
Enjoying the show on BBC2, excellent. Looking forward to the Queens Hall in December.
Name: Allan Jackson
From: St Andrews Fife
having been learning piano accordian for past few years love traditional scottish music trying to get band together have done couple of small gigs for the old falks your a real insperation programs great keepup the good work hope to come and here you at celtic connections in the new year all the best AJ
Name: Hugh Donnelly
Hello Phil, Really enjoying Scotland's Music. I like the way each programme explores a different angle. Like others I hope there will be a DVD release. Keep promoting our music. You're doing a grand job. All the Best, Hugh
Name: Jackie Ahlstrom
From: Weston, Missouri USA
Sitting with MaryRuth and Clayton this weekend and reminiscing of old times and much laughter. In the US it's the time of Thanksgiving...we're thankful for the music and friendship you've brought to our lives. Cheers! Jackie
Name: Mr Neil James Mcilhagga
"The Land O The Leal" & "Hurt In Your Heart"--You had a grown man in tears.Phil you are a fantastic ambassador for Scotland and all its Qualities.
For that i thank you,
A compilation cd would be a tribute.
Name: Dave Dally
As an exiled Scot living in England, I've hugely enjoyed the current series. There are so many touching moments but none more so than when John Martyn sang "Hurt In Your Heart" with such heartfelt emotion. James Grant's rendition of "Land of the Leal" was also very moving. Keep up the great work, Phil. More please.
Name: Kevin Macleod
From: Edinburgh, Scotland
Phil, a remarkeable programme, beautifully sculpted, hugely informative, contemporary yet highly respectful of the traditions. A tour de force and a real landmark series for Scotland's music. My heartiest congratulations to you and all concerned. I hope it appears commercially at some point on DVD.
Best wishes Kevin Macleod ("The Occasionals"