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  • Birthday 27/01/1958

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  1. According to my profile - JOINED December 23, 2002 Blimey 20 years
  2. Warren Filmer has a 100 Club 40th Anniversary ticket at face value available for tonight. Let Warren or me know if interested.
  3. Reduced me to tears great documentary. Will try and get to one of his shows.
  4. Sounds like Andy and Tracey Holroyd from Beeston Notts. Andy makes DVDs of venues andy@hold11.freeserve.co.uk I have his telephone number if no joy with the email Lorraine
  5. We need Stuart Cosgrove to write them all, you can be sure then they would be, entertaining knowledgeable and accurate.
  6. Rick you may wish to consider posting this reply directly onto the Guardian website, as you say these distortions that are constantly trotted out are in danger of becoming regarded as the 'truth', and I for one believe it is important to keep countering the propaganda.
  7. https://www.guardian....ul-soulboy-film " By 1976, the regulars had moved on while a new generation - Bryan Ferry and David Bowie among them - turned their attention to the jazz-funk scene developing on Canvey Island." Obviously being a Southerner, busy writing about the Jam for the NME, Paolo missed the Jazz Funk Scene at Rafters in Manchester and the Birmingham scene. "For three years (1976-1979 according to Paolo, as the first 6Ts was Aug 1979), northern soul lay fallow until two diehards, Randy Cozens and Ady Croasdell started a northern night in London's Covent Garden called 6T's. " Thank the Lord for the Southerners saving the scene!! My where would we have been without them. Strange though, as I seem to recall Wigan going until 1981, Yate being very much alive and kicking not to mention the wonderful Cleethorpes pier allnighters, then there was Stafford once Wigan shut, and oh so many more. Oh the re-writing of history. Paolo you really do need to investigate a little further north than Finchley. "By now, mod fashions had been replaced by brogue shoes, flares," OK which one of you had slipped on some flares instead of bags, own up, " or is this another example of Paolo not quite getting his facts straight!
  8. He's always had a way with words has Mr Cosgrove, Lx He
  9. Here is an old photo of our very own Spot - with hair - See you in Newquay Spot if not before, I'm bringing Douglas with me so you'd best warn Gail. Lorraine
  10. Think you need to speak to Ian Dewhirst he may have a few bits but also I know some one who has an original poster of cleethorpes which I have been trying to get a copy of which would have been great for my website
  11. lds

    1972

    And another Steve Midgley photo Left to Right Ann Frogatt Wakefield; Steve Midgley Barnsley; ? memory not what it was; Carmella France Pontefract. Lorraine
  12. lds

    1972

    Here is another one of Steve Midgley. Taken in the Old English Tavern in Darlington, on a Sunday night as a farewell to Kev Smith who was about to go and spend some time as a guest of HMP Durham. He gave me his Eddie Parker Love you baby, that night. Kev if you are out there I still have it. From left to right Fiona; Kev Smith; Steve Midgley and ? can't remember her name. Anyone know? Where are they now? Lorraine


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