A behind the scenes look at the Backing Vocal sessions for Through Darkened Glass. Tagsbacking vocalsdee palmerThrough Darkened Glass Email ← PREVIOUS POSTOld Lady Grey NEXT POST →Tallis
BRILLIANT…thank you for this music…absolute magic!!!
Cheers with Luv!
I was just off to sleep infill i found these new tracks and your words Dee.
I will be purchasing the new album soon.
Nice comments on Martin and of coarse the tracks you did. My friend Charlie Kenny from Boston was just at his house another wonderful musician and person Martin Barre says Charlie.
The music of early JT inspired me to become a world flute artist.
Dear Dee Palmer:-)
Thank you very much for send your new Cd:-) The Songs are beautiful and it is a great production also!!
I have you seen in Gravesend 1996 live at the Woodville hall with Ian Anderson together! You was amazing on Piano!! I wish you all the best. With best regardsAdrian
Dee, I look forward to seeing you and Clive and hopefully, meeting you when you go on tour with Martin Barre to celebrate 50 years of Jethro Tull!
I am so taken with Forever Albion.
Next work please in similar vein
A maritime movement
The sea northern shores etc – off you go!!
Hello Dee. I attended Richard Challoner School mid to late 6o”s where a certain David Palmer became the music teacher for a couple of years to approx 1968. I”ve always believed it was you sho after leaving, joined Jethro Tull. Can you confirm mr 50 year belief? It has been a source of intrigue to me all these years since. Thank you, John Byrne
Greetings Dee! I hope this message finds you happy ,healthy and most of all playing music!!! I’ve thoroughly enjoyed “Through the Darkened Glass “ and actually just used it as the first to sample a wonderful set of new home speakers I just purchased! The video was great and I look forward to more on your site. I don’t now if you remember me but my brother (Craig Browning) and I took you from the hotel to the venue you were playing at with Martin Barre in Illinois last summer and actually we attended the end of tour dinner with all of you as well.I very much enjoyed your stories of adventures with Jethro Tull during the Seventies, thank you very much for signing my stuff after the show as well!! Regards, Jeffrey Browning ✌️
Thank you for your message and, yes, of course I remember our trip to the gig AND the Last Supper!
Perhaps we’ll catch up again during our touring schedule of the USA this year?
Best regards to you and your brother,
My name is Edith and I’m a huge fan of your music. I admire you very much, not just for your brilliant talent, but also as a person. I’m supposed to go see you with Martin Barre this September when you come to Connecticut, and I’m hoping with all my heart that this trouble that is now going on is behind us by then, and that the venue reopens. I’m very much looking forward to this concert, and already have my VIP ticket. My place of employment has been shut down along with just about everything else, and thinking of this upcoming concert and maybe getting the chance to meet you is keeping my spirits up.
Be well, hope to see you soon.
Dee. Extremely inspiring piece of work, beautiful backing vocals and lush orchestrations complement your wonderful lyrical and melodious creations, simply superb.
Looks like the concert I was supposed to go to has been postponed until April of next year. But I’ll wait as long as I have to to experience your musical genius in person.
I’ve purchased the new book “The Ballad Of Jethro Tull” and I was certainly amused by the story of the big dart gun fight in the hotel! And oh my goodness, the story of how you passed out on the flight home after appearing on The Merv Griffin Show! Life was definitely exciting back then!
Be well and I’m hoping to see you in April!