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hey, jonny. thanks for all you did at g'belt. it wouldn't even happen without people like you putting in the time and imagination. good work.


great seeing you....


Thanks for the comments about Ikon. One of our highlights was meeting you guys. By writing about us you are writing us into existence - at least an existence beyond the confines of the shadowy pub we meet in - and we really appreciate that. I hope our paths cross again soon. Will be in touch.


thanks pete - i think you exist without my writing!!!! the stuff you are doing is wonderful. i was listening in the car today to a demo cd jonny gave me... can you buzz me his e-mail?


As the person who gave you the ticking off (!) I wanted to say that I loved the graffiti wall that appeared over the weekend. The problem was that it was on racecourse property and it took 4 people a while to remove it. Perhaps next year you could construct something for that purpose.

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