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September 08, 2007

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Craig McGinty

Hi Colin, many thanks for this interview.

Kate has a new fan, I've just spent the past half hour listening to clips on her site and YouTube.

Think I'll have to pick up her new CD in the next few days.

All the best, Craig

Pete Sixsmith

I think it's her best album for a long time. I love the way she is working with brass bands and her own songs are developing well. I was worried about Village Green because I think it is such a great song and so Ray Davies. Would Kate be sardonic enough to carry it off? She puts a different take on it and it is an outstanding track. Keep pushing the boundaries Kate, there's a lot of great music out there for you to work on.

Smiley

Colin,
Got the album (am I allowed to call it that rather than a CD) and am completely in love with it. It's not so far removed from some of the other quieter music in my collection. It seems criminal that such a talent should be so relatively unknown. Anyway, thanks for steering me towards this. Now for Martin Simpson...

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