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Joseph Plunkett    07 April 2007 19:00 | Canada
interesting site, like your music!

Sasha    06 April 2007 19:00 | Germany
Hi, nice very nice page..! Great music! :) Good luck!

Rachel Plunkett    01 April 2007 19:00 | UK
Wow. was just looking around during downtime and love what I found! Great work.

Jon O'Brien    31 March 2007 19:00 | UK
I've just bought 14 Days from Magnatune.com and had to contact you to tell you how much I'm enjoying it. It's fresh, quirky, literate, intelligent, surprising and compelling. It's also beautifully performed and produced. Tasty stuff. Thank you both for making it. More please!

Andrew    30 March 2007 19:00 | US
Found your music on musicdownload.com, and I want you to know how much I appreciate the songs and all the effort that went into them. The vocals are warm, close and intense. The recording and production is truly excellent. I'm always excited and grateful to find art that is this human and complete. Thank you both and I hope you are already onto your next project! Ever planning on a USA tour? AD Santa Cruz, CA

Fede    25 March 2007 19:00 | Italy
Long time no see you! Nice to see you around ... and glad you're all ok. Great tunes! All my best, F

Jules Plunkett    27 February 2007 20:00 | UK
Nice to find a band with my very own surname - looks like you're my kinda style too!! Shall get buying! Jules

Malcolm and Gladys    27 February 2007 20:00 | UK
Hi Ian, how are you, doing well it seems, just listened to some of you tracks and sounds good (not quite Pink Floyd). I will download the tracks and let some of the folks at the brush factory sample it. Good luck to you and Lara. All the best Malcolm and Gladys

V&T    20 February 2007 20:00 | Italy
Il “Plunkett sentimento” si muove dall’esterno verso l’interno. L’esperienza filtra attraverso la vita depurandosi; così diventa - o ritorna ad essere? - solitudine e silenzio, domestica contemplazione, quiete.
''My temptation is quiet. Here at life’s end. Neither loose imagination, Nor the mill of the mind Consuming its rag and bone, Can make the truth known''.
Lo spreco di parole inutili, piano piano si diluisce nella delicata penombra della casa, e nel lavoro quotidiano che riesce a sopravvivere in gesti antichi e metodici, lenti e sapienti. Le cose dimenticate riacquistano esistenza, mentre i colori della terra, le piccole voci dei giorni passati, diventano memorie, parole e accordi misteriosi, segreti, ovattati come solo i sogni sanno essere.
La “Plunkett poesia” sta cambiando? Al momento pochi fortunati potrebbero rispondere; ma non lo faranno; almeno non adesso. Si limiteranno a dire che un “certo movimento” effettivamente è in corso; ma lasceranno al tempo, e al nuovo imminente “Plunkett CD” il compito di rivelare se esso muova in avanti o all’indietro, se ancora verso l’interno oppure verso l’esterno. Si limiteranno qui, ora – quei pochi fortunati - a citare a memoria i versi con cui il poeta sembra proprio anticipare il “Plunkett pensiero”.
''What they undertook to do They brought to pass; All things hang like a drop of dew Upon a blade of grass''. (W. B. Yeats)

Mad English Woman    12 February 2007 20:00 | UK
fab music my friend, how about a song about a pig??


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