Jack's Get Well Guestbook: June 4 - July 19
Name: Ken Sinnaeve
Time: 12:59:26 PM
Dear Jack, all the best on your recovery...as a bassist myself, you were and still are a major influence on me. You are a survivor and an inspiration to perservere. Thank you .
Name: Paul Blaney
Location: New York
Time: 4:03:44 PM
Dear Jack -
Today after reading your birthday message, I simply must contribute one more voice to the hundreds/thousands you've heard from already. I'm a long time fan and am indebted beyond words to you for the joy, inspiration and education you've provided me all these 35+ years. After hearing about your illness last year, the haunting words of Consul at Sunset came immediately to mind. With your recovery, happily, they have again given way to hope. You've had and continue to have my silent prayers. Your voice seemed unconquerable at your autumn, 2002, New York performances at BB King's. Now I am looking forward to the next show. Take your time and bend it back again until you can sing those unsung songs once more. Heres to your running again out over the moon. Well be watching your trails as you raise your smile. A heartfelt, if belated, happy birthday!
Location: Austin, Texas
Time: 8:08:56 PM
May your recovery be speedy and full. Thank you for the wonderful music.
Name: Jon Temple
Location: Colorado Springs
Time: 5:42:02 AM
I just saw this and I wanted to wish you the best of luck to you and your family. Keep on Rockin, your not through yet !!
I am 52 currently, grew up in New York City and the very first concert I went to was at Madison Square Garden during the "Goodbye Cream" tour. They had this stage in the middle that would spin slowly. I wonder if that was annoying to you on stage. It was a memory I will never forget.
I love your music and you have personally given me a lot with your unique, inventive style and great voice.
G_D bless you and your family.
One last thing, I have Hep C and must have had it for over twenty years. Got told several years ago when I got rejected for life insurance. SO there will be some time where I will be waiting myself for a liver transplant.
I am a sober alcoholic for 23 years, but, and have been very fortunate.
Best of luck and I hope to see you on the stage soon.
Location: New York City
Time: 12:50:28 PM
Hope you are doing very well, Jack - and are getting stronger & stronger. You have provided me with so much happiness and inspiration... You have created some of the greatest work in the history of the music business. I saw Cream in NYC, Madison Sq. Garden, 1967 & remember it as if it was a month ago.
Push for a Cream reunion!! You deserve the money, and so does Ginger. Now that that awful manager is out of the picture (ex-Clapton manager) -- the timing is right! Talk to Eric, get it going, Jack! We'll be there for you. Plus a film to record it. Everyone wants it. I would love to handle your Internet promotion, as that is what I do for a living. Your entire fan base is on the Internet a good part of every day, like me.
Thanks for all your wonderful vocals, tremendous song-writing and great bass playing... You have brought great joy to tens of millions of people who still think about you a great deal.
Best, Geoffrey Sadwith NYC
Time: 2:47:49 PM
How do you do ,Mr.Bluce.I worried about your disease.But I think so happy you were fine perfectly!I am looking forward to playing in japan again.It is my pleasure to listen to your music!Please take care of your health and I ever hope your happiness.
Name: Mark Hickerson
Location: Manchester, TN
Time: 9:09:16 PM
I am a long time fan. You are one of my favorite bassists & vocalists both. I just now found out about your illness, & I am overjoyed to hear that your recovery is going so well. My mother is in the final stages of terminal cancer, so I know the grief & worry that your family has endured. I am too happy for words for them as well. I have never had the pleasure of seeing you perform live, & I hope that we get the chance to correct that soon :-). I have an extensive collection of your music, & I've enjoyed it all many times over. "FOOL'S MOON" on the GOV'T MULE: DEEP END VOL.1 album was definitely one of the highlights of that entire project. Thanks for the untold hours of listening pleasure that you have provided me with over the years. I will be thinking positively for your speedy recovery. Get well soon & ROCK ON!!!
Name: PAUL D. KACZOR
Location: PITTSBURGH PA
Time: 11:36:28 PM
HANG IN THERE JACK ,YOU HAVE BROUGHT ALL OF US SO MUCH JOY OVER THE MANY YEARS WITH YOU,RE MUSIC,TAKE IT EASY FOR AWHILE BUDDY AND REST, THEN WHEN YOU,RE BACK ON YOU,RE FEET GIVE EM HELL .......THANKS JACK PAUL D. KACZOR
Name: vern goodman
Location: welland, canadabest wishes
Time: 7:24:15 AM
best wishes and look forward to more of your music
Name: Thomas Nelson
Location: Detroit, MI
Time: 8:18:20 AM
May God continue to bless you on your recovery. Hopefully one day you will be able to pass through the Detroit area again. You are without doubt one of the most talented bassists of all time; right up there with J.S. Bach! Happy belated B-day.
Name: Kelly Ackerman
Time: 2:22:06 AM
Dear Jack, I feel that I must first tell you that you have an incredible voice and are(I think)one of the greatest bass players of all time.God has really blessed you with so many talents! As a young bass player myself, I look up to you and hope that one day I can play as well as you. I am really happy(and relieved)that your transplant was successful and that you are still with us. I look forward to when you will once again play rock & roll and keep rock & roll alive for many years to come. After all, we bass players must stick together-we are running out of them-in less than 2 years we've sadly lost John Entwistle and Noel Redding. Unfortunately they did not make it to 61, but I'm glad to know you did! Happy Birthday Jack(and I hope there's many more)and get well soon! I wish you much luck for the future! Long live rock, Kelly
Name: Mona Hoban
Time: 8:33:34 PM
All the best to you, Jack! I've been listening to old Cream lately and you're still one of my favorite musicians. I hope you have a full recovery. Sincerely, Mona Hoban
Name: Keith Mercer
Location: North London
Time: 7:56:27 PM
An overdue HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Very glad to hear you're continuing to get over the op. I've never felt as though I knew somebody through their music alone. Next gig down here please. All the Best.
Name: John Wylam
Location: Bowling Green OH
Time: 1:02:15 PM
Jack, it's marvelous to see that little greeting on your Web page. When I saw the first news about your illness on the CNN text crawl it hurt like all hell. This is the shadow-side of that other day. Here's hoping the recovery continues well; meantime we'll just play your music and smile. Speaking of music, it's also wonderful that your back catalogue is making its way out into the stores again. Out into the fields, indeed. I was playing *Jet Set Jewel* the other night and the playing is just astonishing, likewise the 2-CD live set with Carla Bley (I'd gotten to hear you on radio, King Biscuit? that year -- truly a great band as well), but I'm just as blown away by *More Jack Than God* -- "So They Invented Race" is a piece I'd love to play for my students in Culture Studies this coming year. Anyway, Jack, All Bright Blessings for your recovery, of course; I hope it'll cheer you to know how many of us simply play your music and think good thoughts for you. It's the least we can do, after all. Just be healthy, Jack. Much Cheer.
Name: Steven Sholly
Location: Vienna, Austria
Time: 6:43:15 PM
Best wishes, mate! Here's to seeing you again, playing with your friends and letting us all know that you're never too old to rock & roll (with apologies to Ian Anderson for borrowing his phrase).
Tschuss from Wien!
Name: Mike Katz
Location: New York
Time: 11:43:22 PM
HAPPY (BELATED) BIRTHDAY JACK FROM A FELLOW TAURIAN. THERE ARE A LOT OF FANS OUT HERE ROOTING FOR YOU. WE HAVE NO DOUBT THAT YOU WILL BE BACK IN ACTION SOON, AND WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO IT. YOU MAY HAVE TO BOOK MADISON SQUARE GARDEN FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT!!!!!! WITH ALL OUR LOVE FOR YOUR GREAT INFLUENCES ON ALL US "BASS PLAYERS" OUT THERE WHO APPRECIATE YOUR UNIQUENESS, KEEP THE FAITH BROTHER!!!
Name: Ray DiNardo
Location: Littlerock,Ar. U.S.A
Time: 2:01:53 PM
Stay Well, Jack, God Bless and keep rockin, cause when your not composing ,your decomposing....
Ray D/Bassist/Floydian Slip
Name: Cliff Turner
Time: 10:14:45 AM
As a teenager, I learnt to play bass by ripping off your bass lines. Hope you get well soon.
Name: Eric Repking
Location: Wauconda, Illinois
Time: 5:17:39 PM
Jack. Good to hear you are doing well. I was shocked to hear about the transplant. Best wishes and get back on tour soon. I saw you last time through Chicago With the express and you are still on top of your game. Keep up the good work. I will be looking for that next tour. Actually that is how I found out you have been sick. Looking for tour dates. See you soon.
Time: 11:24:58 AM
What a fan I am. I had no idea you were unwell. I wish you all the best and a speedy recovery, and would like to thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for the pleasure your music has given me over the years.
Location: Tucson, Arizona
Time: 11:46:39 PM
Get well soon jack. I am only 13 but i already have Wheels of fire, and Disraeli Gears from Cream. CREAM is my all time favorite band. Hope you get well soon.
Name: Tom "Doc" Glynn
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Time: 12:00:08 PM
In the likelyhood that you might see this, I would like to wish you my sincere best wishes for improved health and happiness. I appologise, for it was only today, surfing Leslie West's site, that I became aware of your recent difficulties. Godspeed and I'll play a few musical numbers for you tonight.
Name: Big Gordon the Biker
Time: 3:37:15 PM
Glad to hear that you are on the mend and cannot wait to see you live again, last time was at the barrowlands as B.B.M. man you rocked, please remember us glesga folk when you and your people map out tour dates, in fact just organize the dates yourself and do a pub-crawl of every pub in glasgow, i'll buy the beer and carry your bass.I was not so lucky with my liver transplant, i got george best's old one (Glesga shoomur). Only jokin mate, i'm sure that after the ordeal you and your family have been thro, a wee bit of banter would not go wrong.It reminds me of my girlfriends recent visit to the doctor,every time she sneezed she had an orgasim, the doctor asked if she was taking any thing for it and she said yes lots of pepper.If I don't hear from you i will presume that the pub-crawl is cancelled and you would prefer to buy your own beer anyway.Have to go, the nurse is coming up the corridor an i'm offski, deepest admiration and respect, Big Gordon the biker, end of transmition.
Name: ginga boloni
Location: at boogie park hamburg
Time: 9:19:22 AM
was nice to meet you at the boogie park studios in hamburg. ..and to give you some food from my ;-)
take care rené
Name: Che Bell
Time: 1:35:36 PM
Hi, Jack!I'm Che, and I'm the guitarist in a rock band. My bassist (Kelly Ackerman) already wrote you, and I suppose she said it all, but let me add I'm glad you're getting better. I saw you in Pittsburgh when you came with the All-Star Band in, I think it was 1996, and I was beside myself. You and John Entwistle are the most amazing bassistsI ever saw They should ask you to join the Who. If you ever come back to Pittsburgh, Kelly and I will be there, front row centre! Especially Kelly. I'm gonna tell her to look at your hands the whole time, and take notes! Keep on rockin, Che.
Name: David Stoltz
Location: West Hartford,Ct U.S.A.
Time: 11:48:38 AM
Hi,Jack.We are on the road in Virginia and I just want to send you some good wishes to your progress.I hope you are feeling better and know that you are missed.Love to Margrit,too from Pam and me.We're thinkin'about you,Jack!
Location: Los Angeles
Time: 3:53:54 AM
Jack I hope you feel better, you're are such an inspiration to me and my music.
Location: Roma - Italia
Time: 8:33:35 AM
Hi Jack, hope you're soon getting well, may you get back all the Good and the Delight you gifted us with your voice and your music.
Grazie! (Thank you!),
Name: jim smullen
Location: Houston Texas
Time: 1:24:10 AM
When i was 13 i saw Crean at the Colosium in Houston. That was my second concert i ever went to. The Beatles was the first .But i still remember it! I am 49 now and a Cancer survivor also. My life changed after Cancer , it made my eyes open to a whole new world. My God bless you and your family and have many more wonderful years!
Name: Stewart Lawson
Location: Halifax, West Yorkshire
Time: 8:49:00 AM
So good to hear you are making a recovery and envisage being back on the road again next year. I hope your recovery is speedy and complete and that you will be able to continue doing that which you are so talented to accomplish and which you so obviously enjoy.I'm sure you are aware that your fans are willing you to get back to full fitness and I would be privileged to be included among those.
Keep on keeping on.
Name: tom markland
Time: 3:13:17 AM
sometimes you're hard to keep track of but through these years it's always been a well rewarded search. Thrilled,relieved and blessed to have you well.
Name: Dave Glover
Location: Portsmouth, UK
Time: 11:35:47 AM
I was very sorry to hear that Jack had been ill, but glad to know that he's doing well now. Working with Jack in 1996 on the Fender 50th Anniversary Concert was one of my proudest moments and I consider him the greatest singer, songwriter and musician that I've known, and certainly had the good fortune to meet. Get well soon Jack, and stay well. Dave Glover, ex. Fender UK
Location: New York
Time: 10:24:35 PM
Jack, Hope you're well on your way back. My hopes and wishes are all for your speedy recovery and good health in the future. I was first attracted to your music while you were still in Cream and I was about 12. My love and appreciation of your music has continued to grow in the ensuing years. When you're up to it, please play B.B.'s again, or some of the other good spots in NYC. Feel good, John
Name: pete clack
Time: 11:28:13 AM
dear jack ,get well soon your a legend. First saw you with Cream playing live three times in a week once and only last week got the DVD of your Canterbury gig its absolutely top stuff. thanks for years of great music and looking forward to so much more to come, all the best pete.
Location: royal wood (onice)
Time: 2:17:01 PM
Dear friend Jack, I hope this note finds you mending and regaining your strengths. I'm sure you're surrounded by supportive people who give you lots of love. Birthdays? There just another tree notch, a crag in the flotssam surf, another year you get wiser and more wordly. God bless you. Be well and live one day at a time.
Name: Rajshekhar Saha
Location: Bombay, India
Time: 6:14:20 AM
MANY HAPPY RETURNS OF THE DAY, JACK.YOUR MUSIC WAS ONE OF THE FIRST TO INSPIRE ME TO START LISTENING TO THE BASS.
Name: dave o
Time: 10:20:00 AM
great and lovely site keep it up guys.
Name: Jackie Turner
Location: Fresno, California USA
Time: 11:24:14 PM
My family and friends send our prayers to you Jack. You've given so much to our lives through your music. God bless you. Best Regards, Jackie Turner
Name: Paul Millington
Location: Cumbria, England
Time: 7:02:18 PM
Jack I had no idea you were ill. My thoughts are with you. You are the reason I am playing the bass guitar. The first time I heard Crossroads just blew me away. I panned my stereo to the left to try and remove Erics solos so I could hear the amazing bass work. Your playing is beyond words, never playing the same fill twice. I try to emulate your style but always fail miserably. Get well soon. Can't wait to see you on stage again. My respect always Paul Millington
Name: Larry Tomassson
Location: Santa Rosa California
Time: 10:58:40 PM
I hope you will make a full recovery and continue to make great music. I saw you way back when you had your original liver and played with Ginger and Eric.
Thanks for all the great music. You are a great singer!
Name: bill eber
Location: forest hills new york usa
Time: 10:32:30 PM
I have admired your special gift since the mid 1960's and know that we have all been blessed to know your music.
God has been good to us and now we pray he's good to you.
Have a great and swift recovery-we'll be looking for you at B.B. Kings on 42nd Street!!!
All our love and thanks Jack,
Name: Allan Ivory
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Time: 11:37:11 PM
Hope you continue to recover and hope you can get out on the road again. Good luck Allan.
Time: 9:20:47 AM
about 10 years younger than You are, I've got a bad mood to read that You've got a similar desease that I've got.
Your music gave me a lot, not only good feelings living in pubescent times of growth in body, soul and consciousness, but espacially in getting old.
To become real old, that is what I wish for You. But this should happen in the best way You wish.
Good Luck V.B.
Name: Chris Gretsky
Location: Hollywood FL USA
Time: 1:15:01 PM
Jack, I have followed your life from John Mayall, Cream and solo. Your harp playing caused me to pick up harp playing. I saw you with Cream in Phila Pa. and with Ringo starr two time . We now have another thing in common a Liver Transplantation my was done in 02/20/04. Best of luck all the Peace Love and health. Remember to take your meds on time. Chris Gretsky
Name: Steve Carola
Location: Queens, NY
Time: 10:58:08 PM
Jack, my very first concert was at Madison Square Garden in November of 1968. I saw the Cream that night and my life was forever changed! I wish you a speedy recovery and am looking foward to seeing you in person If and whenever you are able to tour again. My prayers are with you! Stay Well, Steve Carola
Name: Nick Fanelli
Location: Souderton Pa. (America)
Time: 1:44:27 AM
Dear Mr.Bruce I don't know if this letter will reach you with so many writting you but here goe's anyway, I have just learned of your illness after checking your web-site and it really shook me for a second and then I read of your recovery and I truly had a incredible sense of relief, Jack, I don't usually write fan letters but this one I feel I have to, to say you have been an influence on me as musician would have to be an incredible understatement, when I was fifteen and learning bass I learned very fast, influenced by the whole british invasion thing, the beatles, stones, the who etc; but when I heard you with the cream I knew where I wanted to be as a bassist, I learned so much from you, playing in the pocket, on the pocket outside the pocket ha ha ha, you were great then and you are GREAT now, I truly consider you my greatest influence and truly my main teacher on the bass. I can go on but may I say God bless you stay healthy and thank you for being the incredible musician you are. Sincerly Nick Fanelli
Name: Gaillynn Jenkins
Time: 11:55:36 PM
Dear Jack. I just learned of your transplant. And felt compelled to wish you well. Live a wonderful 2nd life now. I'm so glad you got this opportunity and that you have recovered. I was born in the 60s, and remember growing up with your music. I never turned off or turned away from a CREAM song. You're voice is haunting, soothing and just special. Know that you are being sent encouragement from afar.
Time: 10:34:48 AM
LISTEN UMUNNA NA, I NUM EBA, I DON LAND FOR HERE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. NICE SITE WITH BLACK BACKGROUND. HAVE A LOVELY HEALTH JACK.
Name: Carl Marsh
Location: New York City
Time: 5:30:23 PM
Happy Birthday! ...and there will be more birthdays to come as you weave your tapestry of time! We look forward to your full recovery and your return to NYC! NYC needs your thunder and your magical voice. You are great inspiration...many thanks for your soulful presence! All the Best, CM
Name: Stuart Ness
Location: Easy Yorkshire/ West London
Time: 8:24:50 PM
I'm was so worried to hear about the complications of your transplant and hugely releaved to hear of your recovery. I feared that the bass world was going to lose another of its greats, after the untimely death of John Entwistle. You have been and continue to be my primary inspiration (i'm a bass player myself). When i was learning to play, your music and playing were both peaks to aim for with my own development. You've inspired me with so many aspects of my musical career: bass playing, composing, singing, and just your willingness to try new and exciting things. For all of this i thank you and hope you have many, many years ahead of you.
Name: Al Renino
Location: Hartsdale, New York, USA
Time: 9:21:52 PM
All my blessings for continued recovery and good health! You became my mentor since the moment I first heard you play on the live "Sweet Wine" on the radio in the spring of 1970 when I was 14 years old. At the time I had no idea who or what I was listening to, only that it was the BEST!
Love and Peace,
Time: 6:38:36 PM
Hello Jack - all the best mate, and thanks for many years of wonderful music, and heres to many more. Many moons have passed since Klooks Kleek, Shipyard Benefit at Bumpers, etc etc. Buying Graham a pint at Central London Poly will always be with me. Best Wishes for a complete recovery.
Name: Mandy Wenzel
Time: 4:08:45 AM
Saturday there was an accident and a 60 ish guy git insured. We helped him out of the car and got the glas of the road and called the police. Today thinking about it, i remembered Jack and thought i check out his site once more, since its so long that i have seen him and his family and i have very good memories of them. So there i read about Jack and his transplant.... Jack I am glad that you are still with us and able to be part of this world. I hope you are doing well and that it will be another 30 years of a good and happy live. I am not a beliver so i can not pray for you to god, but i have faith htat you will be doing the best you can to enjoy life. all the best you. luv & hugs Mandy (the bluddy german :o))
Name: Sonny McAlpin
Time: 9:30:58 AM
Name: ben gigli
Time: 12:14:58 PM
Jack..you gave us good, exciting music for as long as i can remember...keep it coming ! Get well and look forward to seeing you playing live in london soon.
Name: L`Angelo Misterioso
Time: 4:02:08 PM
ciao! I wish all best now and future. I hope that You, Eric and Ginger can join together and record some material. I wish that it would be possible. I like your style to play play bass, i feel the power of your bass.
Name: Thomas Johnson
Time: 3:39:11 PM
Dear Jack, Iam glad to hear that you are recovering from the serious health problems you had. Like many others I look forward to seeing u again in public performing. I know a talent as great as yours still has a lot more to offer the world. Please get well soon I will only be happy when your back on stage.
Name: Graham Game
Location: Earls Colne, Essex
Time: 6:17:49 PM
Hi Jack, Very best wishes for a complete recovery, & much love to your family. Many prayers & much healing has been sent your way I know . . .
Name: ken Myers
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Time: 9:02:20 AM
Hello Jack, I hope you are feeling well after your transplant, it really is a major operation to have; but if it cures the cancer then it is well worth it. I've been a fan since the Cream days and look forward to hearing more of your music in the future.
Goodbye and goodluck. Ken.
Name: RANDY DAVIS
Time: 6:29:19 PM
I HOPE YOU ARE FEELING BETTER & GET WELL SOON.YOU ARE A VERY GIFTED PERSON.MY FAVOR- ITE ALBUMS ARE,WHEELS OF FIRE,DISRAELI GE- ARS,& WEST,BRUCE&LAING WHY DONCHA,YOU ARE THE VOICE OF CREAM.TAKE CARE BRO. RANDY
Name: Marc Sanders
Location: Rebecq (Belgium)
Time: 3:44:47 PM
Cher Jack, Ta vie a été un éternel défi, chaque fois brillamment gagné. Avec et grâce à toi, le rock et le blues sont sortis de leur banalité. Tu pourras dire que ta carrière et ta personnalité ont changé la face du monde. Tu es indispensable! Si tu es trop modeste pour le dire, nous t'aiderons tous en te le disant. Si ton son, ton style, sont reconnaissables entre tous, c'est grâce aux cordes de tes guitares,mais surtout, à tes doigts, tes mains et ton brillant esprit. A bientôt, à Brussels ou ailleurs .
Name: Matt Wilson
Location: New York City
Time: 1:59:55 AM
wish you the best of luck. Saw you at the Uptown Kansas City, Mo. in 1983? Bill Cobham on Drums. You have the most amazing voice. Want to hear some more songs.
Good Luck Matt Wilson
Name: Richard Myron
Time: 9:15:48 AM
Greetings: If not for you, I would surely not have become a musician(bassist!)---your playing and singing were a real inspiration for me---------I saw you play in NYC at the Bottom Line(circa 1980--the Aria bass days) and remember it like it was yesterday! Live long and prosper! Richard Myron
Name: Joni Anderston
Time: 10:32:54 AM
Name: Stan White
Location: Leeds, UK
Time: 1:32:27 PM
Best wishes for a continuing recovery. Take care, Stan White
Name: Don Kirkland
Time: 11:31:07 PM
Mr.Jack Bruce,Hello,Ihope you are doing well.I stumbled into your site while net surfing and was very pleased to see that you have such a nice informative site I can come back to over and over again.I have been a fan of yours for over thirty years and am always amazed at the direction your music leads me.I hope your family is well and wish you the very best in you continued recovery.I always look forward to your new releases.Best wishes,Don Kirkland
Name: Ionut Gradisteanu
Location: Montreal, Canada
Time: 1:39:24 AM
Even though I wasn't even born when you sang your way into the music Bible, I am proud to have grown up with your sound, and I couldn't thank you (and my parents)enough for that. I wish you the fastest of recoveries, Jack! Get well soon!
Name: tom roarty
Location: new jersey
Time: 1:25:52 PM
mr.bruce- just a word to say how happy i am to read of your progress on the road to better health. i can't exspress in mere words, how very much your music has meant to me, all these many years.seeing you at hunter college,in new york 1968, is to this day, one of my greatest memories, on the journey of life's highway- i'll look forward to your return to bbking's in new york.. i'll be the old geezer yelling his head off to your triumphant return!!!so, to day's gone by, and to all those great future ones that await you- i am wishing you all the very very best.... sincerly, tom roarty.. n.j. usa
Name: Alfonse Falzone
Time: 4:04:14 PM
Dear Jack - Greetings from America! I'm so glad to hear your recovery is going along well. I've always been a big admirer of yours, dating back to the Graham Bond days (I still have the "Sound of '65 album! Love it!). Also, the last place that Cream ever played in the US - Providence, RI - well, the place is torn down now, but I know exactly where it is and when I drive by it I gaze at it like a shrine! You're the best damn bass player the world has ever seen (or heard). God bless you and your family, and in a parallel universe, I hope to jam with you some day (I'm a drummer) - all the best - Al
Name: ron & cora hubert
Time: 3:49:20 PM
We wish to remain on mailing list as we get to seabrook/kemah often and occasionally when you're there. Enjoy your music. Ron Hubert, alt.Email is firstname.lastname@example.org Get well soon.
Name: Big Ed
Location: Somerville, Mass. U.S.A.
Time: 7:13:13 PM
God Bless you! I bought my first Bass because of you. 1969 black fretless Precision. Get Well real soon!
Name: jake williams
Location: loughborough, england
Time: 5:22:13 PM
hi jack! hope u are enjoying your recovery so far and i wish you good luck with any future muscial ventures that you will be going into.