50 responses to “Fleming and John

  1. My 10 yr old daughter would like to audition for a choir using your song “A place called love”. Is the music (without lyrics) available anywhere?

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      I’m just here trollin’ for tour dates, but I read Chelle’s request and I could help but comment.
      How cool would it be if you were a music teacher; just sitting listening to yet another Gary Morris/Bette Midler “Wind Beneath My Wings” audition when out of left-field a 10 year old belts out,
      “No bombs, no guns, no more war, no genocide, no torture No disease, no affliction, no crippled, no addictions No prisons, no more poverty, fresh air everyone is free!”
      Especially cool if the music teacher has any real back ground…love you guys!

  2. Just stumbled on your misty mountain wonderland song and need it for my holiday mix tape….how can I get this? I’m willing to buy a copy directly from you if possible.


  3. Apparently, I checked up on you all too late to get the Misty Mountain Wonderland download. If there is a way I can get it and maybe a New Fleming & John album please let me know. Have a great Christmas anyway. Thanks.

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  5. My 14yr old daughter & I are having an argument about some of the lyrics in I’m Not Afraid. She says: I’m afraid of having kids, I’m afraid there will be no world for them to live. I say: I’m afraid of having a good time, I’m afraid there will be no representative. Who is right?

  6. My wife and i just watched Hansel and Gretel The Witch Hunters. At the very end a very familiar voice sang the end credits song. Flemming is that you? Or someone completely ripping of your style?

  7. When is the new album coming out? You guys can’t say that after 14 years, you aren’t ready to do a new album :)

  8. Just ‘repurchased’ one of your albums and decided to buy the other one as well. After having not heard any of your songs for a long time (lost the tape – yes that’s how long ago it was) during one of the house moves. It has made my day today!! Thank you and absolutely love your work!!

  9. I was in Haiti this June volunteering at an orphanage. One of the older girls discovered Rain All day. She placed my iPhone on her ear, layed on a bench, then proceeded to play it over and over again. She looked so peaceful amidst all the chaos surrounding her.
    Thanks for putting a big smile on my face and providing her with such a sense of momentary peace!

  10. The Fleming and John episode of “Find the Beauty” just aired on YouTube! And here it is:

    Can’t believe how talented you guys are. To take a song like that and turn it into something awesome takes some real genius. And where else can you find creepy puppets and sitar in a video and still be entertained?

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  12. Would you please post the songs “After The Lovin'” and “I Got you Babe” that you did together? Can’t seem to find them anywhere. Love your music tons! Hope to hear new music someday soon!

  13. Saw a movie recently that had a song in the credits that sounded like you. Guess it wasn’t, but it reminded me how much I listened to your CD’s back in college (drove my roommate nuts). Couldn’t find the CD’s, so just downloaded them. Loving the memories this morning while I drink my coffee. Your music has held up great. Wish you guys would release another album!

  14. Hello and thank you for all the great music!!! I have been collecting your stuff ever since “Harder To Believe Than Not Too”. Would you please post the song “Wrong”? I know it was available on Myspace for a little. Hope and pray you guys release a new album someday. Really awesome stuff that always impresses friends when I play it!

  15. My Pandora is on Quick Mix and I heard you all and got SO nostalgic! I know you won’t remember me since it’s been, sheesh, 20 years now…Thinking of how Fleming always had tea before she sang, and 12th & Porter before it opened to the throngs who came to see you all (And the then-Jody’s Power Bill). PLEASE more music. Please oh please! ~ Rhee

  16. What a fantastic conert Friday!!!! That was the first time I had heard your music, and I just bought Delusions of Grandeur from Amazon. :) It looks like The Way We Are is on iTunes but not Amazon. Would you be able to add it to Amazon or is that a big hassle? Either way, THANK YOU!! You were both so nice and personable and it was my privilege to hear you perform. :)

  17. When is the next time you will have a tour or be performing . I saw you in Georgia back in 1995 and really look forward to seeing you guys again.

  18. I’ve been listening to your music ever since Flemings aunt introduced me to it back in 1996 when she played it for me in their dart shop in Caseyville, IL! I was hooked immediately. :-) I even went to The Red Door (StL) to watch and met Fleming. That was a great show. My girls have your songs stuck in their heads and I just laugh and tell them it will be days before you are able to displace them!

    I just listened to a video of Wrong. What a great song! I have searched everywhere on the net for a copy to buy, it wasn’t on iTunes. Is it available?

  19. My name is Nick Ryan and I’m a co-composer of the song ‘Naughty Naughty Naughty’. I just discovered your wonderful version on You Tube and I wanted to say “Well done”. It’s infectious and fun. The drummer on the recorded version was Simon Phillips whose name you probably recognize. It put his musical career back several steps and he’s never quite lived it down. The version you worked to was played by ‘The Top of the Pops Orchestra’ – not a groove amongst them.
    Good luck with your careers and if it’s still possible to download your infinitely superior re-hash, I’d be thrilled to do so.
    Congatulations again.

  20. This is fantastic! I just bought it off iTunes! I really wish y’all would put another album together. Please ask Fleming to pass my hellos on to her cousin Jennifer if she happens to talk to her this holiday season.

  21. I have been listening to your music since “Harder to Believe…” was released in the 90s. The skill is obvious but your mix of rocky hardness and sweet softness is unique and addictive!

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