Monthly Archives: July 2016

Down by the Jetty

For a couple of years I was actually a keen cyclist. My weekends would consist of working for five hours as a cleaner in the same engineering workshop  as my Dad.For those five hours work I would receive £1.50. I … Continue reading

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Straight outta Sarfend

Sometime in 1976 something slightly exciting happened to Norwich. The Kursaal Flyers announced that they would be playing the university. The Kursaals, as we now affectionately called them, had been attracting quite a bit of attention, having broken out of … Continue reading

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Pub Rock.. The Glory Years

Gradually more musical venues became available and more bands appeared to fill them so buy the middle of the decade there was a thriving scene in north London at least. The importance of this scene was almost certainly blown out … Continue reading

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Pub Rock: Eggs Over Easy

Throughout this weekend and, indeed, every weekend elite groups of people all over Britain will be packing up instruments, loading cars and vans and making their way out to entertain the masses for one night only at avenue near you.Every … Continue reading

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1976 Number 1 Records

So here is 1976 I the form of number one records. And its every bit a grim as I remember, glad I didn’t make this up 10 January “Bohemian Rhapsody” Queen Bloody Bohemian Rhapsody, It will always be there along … Continue reading

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