|Message||Hi Debi & Mandi|
I remember going to a gig of yours at newport leisure centre, knowing the photographer & you letting me & a mate in the green room for a can of lager!Wow care-free, good days.
Great to see you're still around; still love lazy leeds afternoons.
|Message||I remember seeing you supporting the Proclamers in the Usher Hall (I think) in Edinburgh in the 80's. First time I'd ever heard or seen you.......Awesome. Bought Road to Roundhay Peir. Found you on Sportify and listening to Tell Me How Long The Boat Has Gone....First impressions.......a damn fine album.|
|Message||I've set up a Rhythm Sisters appreciation society on Facebook. We really should spread the word of Mandi & Debbie's raw talent.|
Private Message added 2008-12-30
|Message||A recent house clean up brought me to my tape collection from the 90's, most of which were headed for the local charity shop, the only one I couldn't throw away was Road to roundhay pier, mainly because 'I'll never find this anywhere again'|
That piqued my interest to see if I could find anything online about you , and I was amazed to find my way here!, even more amazed to see a new album out as well!!
I downloaded Roudhay pier off Napster last night, took me right back to '87, it must be about the first time I've heard it in 15 years or so, I may have kept the tape but haven't had anything to play it on in years
Shall be heading off to Amazon next to see if I can pick up the new disc.
Thanks for suprising me after all these years
|Message||Just playing "Road To Roundhay Pier" last night and thought I would check out what you were up to. Really pleased to see your recording again - possibly some live shows?|
|Message||American Boys. Utter genius. Congratulations.|
Private Message added 2008-07-30
|Message||I want to see you live, are there any plans.|
Not that it's any business of yours but I had sex in a Mini with my now wife to the 1st album on cassette.
Where can I get the 1st album on cd.
|Message||i remember a gig at southampton's labour club great days|