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Happy days. I wonder if the people watching, were just there out of idle curiosity, or if they were cognisant of the fact they were witnessing greatness. Pure magic, I wish I had been there!


yeah...they loved it (please read this one!)

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... ipper.html


65 minutes :? Ouch :arrow:


Back then, it's two tracks and an encore!


still not TD's shortest gig though

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24db wrote:
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Happy days. I wonder if the people watching, were just there out of idle curiosity, or if they were cognisant of the fact they were witnessing greatness. Pure magic, I wish I had been there!


yeah...they loved it (please read this one!)

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... ipper.html


65 minutes :? Ouch :arrow:


Back then, it's two tracks and an encore!


still not TD's shortest gig though

was that the marmalade throwing show in France in the ealy 70s?


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Happy days. I wonder if the people watching, were just there out of idle curiosity, or if they were cognisant of the fact they were witnessing greatness. Pure magic, I wish I had been there!


yeah...they loved it (please read this one!)

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... ipper.html


65 minutes :? Ouch :arrow:


Back then, it's two tracks and an encore!


still not TD's shortest gig though

was that the marmalade throwing show in France in the ealy 70s?


Possibly :)

can you imagine the thought process?

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Hobo wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
Hobo wrote:
Happy days. I wonder if the people watching, were just there out of idle curiosity, or if they were cognisant of the fact they were witnessing greatness. Pure magic, I wish I had been there!


yeah...they loved it (please read this one!)

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... ipper.html


65 minutes :? Ouch :arrow:


Back then, it's two tracks and an encore!


still not TD's shortest gig though

was that the marmalade throwing show in France in the ealy 70s?


Possibly :)

can you imagine the thought process?

"have I remembered everything, tickets? yep, ...Bus fair home? yep... 12 ton cassette recorder, complete with tape reels, Microphone and long lead? yep.... oh and marmalade in bag? yep"


Maybe the grizzly was Paddington! :wink:

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boom boom!. remember Mick's 'stand up' tour starts here, tickets available soon ;) :D

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Hobo wrote:
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was that the marmalade throwing show in France in the ealy 70s?


Possibly :)

can you imagine the thought process?

"have I remembered everything, tickets? yep, ...Bus fair home? yep... 12 ton cassette recorder, complete with tape reels, Microphone and long lead? yep.... oh and marmalade in bag? yep"


Maybe the grizzly was Paddington! :wink:

:D ROFL :D
Very good.

Never could get my head around the thought process behind the marmalade throwing incident. "I'm going to a concert I already know I'm going to hate so I'll take a bag of marmalade". I suppose we should be thankful they took it out of the jar.


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Chris Monk wrote:
Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
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was that the marmalade throwing show in France in the ealy 70s?


Possibly :)

can you imagine the thought process?

"have I remembered everything, tickets? yep, ...Bus fair home? yep... 12 ton cassette recorder, complete with tape reels, Microphone and long lead? yep.... oh and marmalade in bag? yep"


Maybe the grizzly was Paddington! :wink:

:D ROFL :D
Very good.

Never could get my head around the thought process behind the marmalade throwing incident. "I'm going to a concert I already know I'm going to hate so I'll take a bag of marmalade". I suppose we should be thankful they took it out of the jar.


and they paid for a ticket! muppet!!!!

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24db wrote:
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was that the marmalade throwing show in France in the ealy 70s?


Possibly :)

can you imagine the thought process?

"have I remembered everything, tickets? yep, ...Bus fair home? yep... 12 ton cassette recorder, complete with tape reels, Microphone and long lead? yep.... oh and marmalade in bag? yep"


Maybe the grizzly was Paddington! :wink:

:D ROFL :D
Very good.

Never could get my head around the thought process behind the marmalade throwing incident. "I'm going to a concert I already know I'm going to hate so I'll take a bag of marmalade". I suppose we should be thankful they took it out of the jar.


and they paid for a ticket! muppet!!!!

Madness.
I often wonder whether this incident was the reason for TD playing behind a curtain in the early 80s.


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Im still trying to sniff out those Aussie promo 7" singles...........practically impossible :roll: :cry:

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Im still trying to sniff out those Aussie promo 7" singles...........practically impossible :roll: :cry:


I've seen them on eBay, a year or so back

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I did'nt see that,i bet they cost a few shillings :arrow:

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Phaedra 7" with a blue label?

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Rubycon extracts :arrow:

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