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hugh yerburgh@ 6:02am 06-09-2021
what can i say... pretty much my favourite guitarist. ollie has had a profound impact on my own playing and approach to music. and for that i am i am eternally grateful.
Philippe HOCQUET@ 5:37pm 05-25-2021
Hello from a french fan who Liked evrything. From 1974 I played the second Tempest every days until now then continue with Patto i discovered Timebox later with the loose on the moose album

I keep Ollie in my heart and also mike Patto for me the best singer, clive Griffith exxellent bassist playin shirt scale Fender bass,John Hallsey a fabulous drummer i played myself drums i know what i say
I will be always with this kind of music forever
I ve just command from amazon the last album live from Patto with videos i am waiting for
Ollie and the Patto s forever !!
Replied on: 6:42pm 05-25-2021

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Mark Robson@ 11:05am 05-20-2021
Just listening to some of Ollie's solo stuff - big fan of his work.
Replied on: 7:59pm 05-20-2021

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Neil Douglas@ 10:28am 04-18-2021
Awesome
Replied on: 8:00pm 05-20-2021

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Sebastian@ 8:30am 02-05-2021
Exceptional guitarist!
Cheers from Copenhagen
Replied on: 8:01pm 05-20-2021

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Kenwyn Whitford@ 12:12am 01-31-2021
After a very long time (I'm 2 months shy of being 69) I once again began my love affair with The Rutles. From Rutles to Neil Innes, to the Bonzo's there was no way I couldn't research Ollie Halsall, especially with Neil Innes on his solo album, discovering a happy feet tune like "Momma B" and what I am most sorry about was not listening to Ollie's work sooner. As I am probably closer to the grim reaper, now is a better time than any to do some solid research. Thank you for this site. I'm stuck out in Kansas and what better way to listen to something creative than to put ones self in a most drab town and do nothing.
Replied on: 8:01pm 05-20-2021

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Stuart Hallam@ 9:12am 01-28-2021
Great site , I have spent many hours trawling it over the years and it has given me access to information unavailable to me anywhere else ,tmany thanks to Barry Monks .
Jörg Schumann@ 2:22pm 12-12-2020
Ich habe ihn 1985 in der Band von John Cale in Bochum/Zeche gesehen. Ein großartiger Gitarrist. Sehr traurig, dass er so früh gestorben ist.

I saw him in 1985 in John Cale's band in Bochum / Zeche. A great guitarist. Very sad that he died so early.
Replied on: 8:00pm 05-20-2021

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PAUL YOUNG@ 9:40pm 11-20-2020
Patto were a great band. Mike's unique vocal style and Ollie's fluid and inventive guitar playing. For me he is up there with the great Peter Green. Stumbled on this site and it's great to see a truly talented individual remembered and lovingly appreciated. Wouldn't it be nice if that 'forgotten' album was released? I'm sure someone on your site is working on that. Good work and good luck.
Replied on: 10:00am 11-21-2020

Thank, Paul. If by 'forgotten album; you mean 'Monkey's Bum', it was officially released a couple of years ago. Or do you mean something else?

Michel Caffin@ 10:18am 09-13-2020
Great fan since the early seventeen's; making some radio...here the one on Patto! recorded while the confinment...we are in the south west of france. thanks to tell us about and montains of thanks for keeping the memory of ollie shinning!
https://www.radio-transparence.org/post/back-to-the-roots-grand-format-1
Replied on: 10:42am 09-13-2020

Thanks, Michel. I will add a link to the show on the website. What is the exact URL, please? Please join the Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/olliehalsallandpattofan

Fernando Medeiros@ 2:24am 08-24-2020
The first time I heard Ollie playing was in 1974 on a radio show in Brazil, called "60 minutes of Contemporary Music". This program was relaying BBC concerts and the concert I heard was one from Tempest. In fact, I ended up meeting Ollie and Allan Holdsworth there. I was fascinated with the guitars but I didn't know at the time who they were. Only long after I found out who the two magical guitarists were. Since then I became a fan of both and I discovered their other works. Ollie with Patto and Boxer, Allan with Bill Bruford, Tony Willians Lifetime ... and the admiration has only grown. Ollie is surely the most underrated guitarist in the world.
Steven Defoe@ 1:56am 08-24-2020
The new website looks great ! Carry on
Philippe Kotlarski@ 4:51pm 08-23-2020
Congratulation for the new site, Barry ! So glad to see this Ollie and Patto fan site still living and kickin' !
bob@ 12:58am 08-23-2020
I first learned of Ollie and Patto when I walked into a record store in Naples Florida in the 70s and was given a free copy of the first Patto album and have been enthralled with this man's talent ever since.I cringe every time I see a list of the greatest guitarists and his name is omitted.Love this site.
Replied on: 10:51am 08-23-2020

Thanks, Bob. A free copy, eh? Lucky man ;)

Tom Alder@ 11:06pm 08-16-2020
Bloody hell, this is amazing! Every time I come back to it it has grown a new arm, or leg, or herbaceous border, or something else. Particular like some of the fragments of ollibiography. What the hell was this business of Ollie planning to sail around the world? I just can't see it- Ollie tossed by 30 foot waves in the Southern Ocean. Or perhaps I can?
Replied on: 1:37pm 08-17-2020

Thanks, Tom. Watch out for even more changes in a day or so ;)

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