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Author:  Hell and High Water [ Sun Nov 10, 2013 8:09 pm ]
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Welcome Micky and Sham!

Sham: I moved your post as this topic seemed more appropriate.

Author:  sam.adams95630 [ Sun Jun 15, 2014 6:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Im too drunk and i dont know where else to sign up...

Yeah.. Yes...

Will discuss...

I used to have an auto from PJ signed in blue sharpie from a reputable L.A. radio station i got from ebay in 1999~2000.. i sold it... a bad regret, as the net and autographs in general are becomeing more untrustable..

Been a PJH fan for 16 years.. First album was is this desire...

Thanks

BTW is this the biggest PJH forum??

Im usually not a huge forum goer.. Love PJ... Well you know how it goes...

BTW: please forgive me for being drunk....

I was listening to The River the other day... i am a very sensitive person to others, though i would never admit this.. ive heard this song 8000 times.. and i got the impression that PJH may have been using commercial painkillers and light dwelves into alcoholism durring this time.. she said she used alcohol lightly....

NO im not just a lightweight sandbag fan.. etc.. etc.. etc..

Author:  Hell and High Water [ Sun Jun 15, 2014 10:08 pm ]
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Welcome!

As this was your first post, I moved it here. Yes, this is most likely the biggest PJH forum, the official forum has been shut down. It's pretty quiet right now, we're all waiting for news, any news...

Author:  IorekB [ Fri Nov 28, 2014 8:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Welcome to The Garden

Hello every fans of PJ Harvey!

I am a french new fan of PJ Harvey's songs. To be true, i am a newbie though i know her for years.
The fact is I never payed attention to their works before (feel shame) until a few months ago. Then i was ashamed what this artist is able to do.

So i decided to register here to share news with all the community.

See you among the osts here!

Author:  DrDark [ Sat Nov 29, 2014 1:57 am ]
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Welcome aboard IorekB!

Author:  diego74 [ Fri Dec 26, 2014 1:43 pm ]
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Hello, i'm from italy
I'm pj fan since about 1995. I remember to hear a concert on radio: Nirvana in Rome. After the concert go another song: Naked cousin by PJ Harvey. After this moment i search PJ music. I've buy some album. So i known her music, i love Dry, This is Desire, also Hum hum her and Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea, difficult with Rid of me. After, the subsequent albums i found more close, White chalk and A Woman a Man Walked By, i'm not found the freedom that i found previousoly, the resarch of voice that i know. I think is a stop of this resarch like another artist that i love, Tori Amos. So, for a few years i'm not followed PJ, however i listened her old e beloved music.
Now, in this year, i went to youtube to see my favourite artists and i discovered a new album, new songs. I've listened these and i was struck (traduction is ok?). Listened and listened the new album Let the England Shake i undrstand that this music is very high level, are a new step in the research of PJ. Songs are beautifull, i love All and Everyone, but the others are considerable. Great musician accopany her and her choise is interesting, this is a concept album, i think. And her voice go up and down, altough sills influenced by previous albums. Wellcome back PJ. Now i wait, like you the new album.
I searched on web a forum of PJ, but this is the only one. I struggle to understand the arguments, but I liked to share my thoughts. Sure to be understood by someone.
Sorry for my English, i will follow you.

See you...

Author:  rosesgarden [ Mon Jun 29, 2015 4:44 pm ]
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Nice to find this special community! I'm a new fan. Looking forward to reading lots about Polly

Author:  Hell and High Water [ Tue Jun 30, 2015 8:24 pm ]
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Greetings! And welcome to the Garden. There's lots to read, be sure to check the archives for old posts. ;)

Author:  IorekB [ Tue Jun 30, 2015 9:22 pm ]
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Hello Diego74!
Hello Rosesgarden!

Welcome aboard! that's a great forum to find infos. Don't hesitate to share things.

Let's not forget 2015-2016 will be rich for PJ's news... :smile:

Author:  AineteEkaterini [ Fri Jul 15, 2016 7:54 pm ]
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I’ve posted a greeting on the ‘Meet the Gardeners’ thread but I think that may take some time to be noticed so I will post here as well! Of course it won’t be as good trying to remember what I said.

I heard ‘Sheela-na-Gig’ when John Peel first played it in 1992, and that was it, really. Since then PJ has woven in and out of my life remarkably, and I now find myself in the position of having to have two Polly-less days a week, a bit like not drinking to make sure you aren’t addicted. I come from Dorset so that’s a large part of it: whenever I find myself back there the words are there too (I was at the chapel at Abbotsbury last week: it’s full of pigeons at the moment and stinks of guano). I’m booked in at the Brixton Academy in October and my long-suffering young lady is even coming, to hold my hand as I weep solidly for an hour and a quarter.

I’ve already found some very helpful information on the forum, so thank you so much for maintaining it and for having me here.

James

Author:  DrDark [ Fri Jul 15, 2016 10:13 pm ]
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AineteEkaterini wrote:
I’ve posted a greeting on the ‘Meet the Gardeners’ thread but I think that may take some time to be noticed so I will post here as well! Of course it won’t be as good trying to remember what I said.

I heard ‘Sheela-na-Gig’ when John Peel first played it in 1992, and that was it, really. Since then PJ has woven in and out of my life remarkably, and I now find myself in the position of having to have two Polly-less days a week, a bit like not drinking to make sure you aren’t addicted. I come from Dorset so that’s a large part of it: whenever I find myself back there the words are there too (I was at the chapel at Abbotsbury last week: it’s full of pigeons at the moment and stinks of guano). I’m booked in at the Brixton Academy in October and my long-suffering young lady is even coming, to hold my hand as I weep solidly for an hour and a quarter.

I’ve already found some very helpful information on the forum, so thank you so much for maintaining it and for having me here.

James

Welcome aboard James!

Author:  GoFo [ Tue Nov 27, 2018 10:26 pm ]
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Hello, I'm a french PJH fan, I like playing his songs, and since months it's with a tribute band. I'm glad I found this forum :-)

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