Mæstoso (CD, Album). World Wide Records (7). SPM-WWR-CD 0003. Mæstoso (CD, Album, RE, RM). Eclectic Discs.
Woolly' Wolstenholme (1947-2010) erstwhile member of Barclay James Harvest, and late member of John Lees' version of BJH. Singer-songwriter often with.
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Stuart John "Woolly" Wolstenholme (15 April 1947 – 13 December 2010) was a vocalist and keyboard player with the British progressive rock band Barclay James Harvest. Wolstenholme was born in Chadderton, Lancashire on 15 April 1947, and went to school at North Chadderton Secondary Modern School. His first instrument was a tenor banjo, which he took up at the age of 12, and he also played tenor horn for the Delph band.
Maestoso is Woolly Wolstenholme's first solo album, released just after he had left Barclay James Harvest. In many ways Woolly was the most progressively inclined member of that band and when he left they soon drifted towards more commercial territory (but then again, so did most bands in the 80's). However, there are some commercial sounding songs on this album as well. Barclay James Harvest's Woolly Wolstenholme rejoined the circus which is the music industry after a lengthy sabbatical following a chance meeting with John Lees in 2003. Thus he set about recording his first new solo material for over 20 years. As usual, he uses the band name Maestoso for the project.
Woolly Wolstenholme - Gates Of Heaven (1980) Barclay James Harvest, Mæstoso. From the album "Mæstoso" by Woolly Wolstenholme the keyboard player for Barclay James Harvest. 29 January 2014 ·. Barclay James Harvest FansGermany.