Steppin Out – Hastings Pier 26th August 1977 and live track Swift As The Wind from Paul Dengate.

Paul Dengate… Stepping Out: Swift As The Wind (live). Stepping Out playing on Hastings Pier on 26th August 1977, taken from a stereo cassette which had one side taken direct off the mixer, the other from a microphone.

This recording is of Stepping Out playing on Hastings Pier on 26th August 1977. The line up was Titch Turner (vocals), Martin Stringer (vocals), Roger Hubbard (guitar), Stevie (guitar), Del Magoogan

 

Lucky Man lyrics – signed by Greg Lake

Supplied by Iain Cobby

Iain Cobby was saying this is from a gig at the Assembly Rooms Tunbridge Wells and the promoter was Jim Davidson!

David Miller… I like this song very much, but don’t feel that the ending synth section serves it at all. Lovely, nevertheless.

Sandy Max… It’s the Assembly Hall not rooms. Went to many a gig there since I was brought up nearby

Chris Pelling… I was at that gig too and was chatting with Jim Davidson about it only last month at Trading Boundaries, Fletching! I picked up a signed copy of the lyrics of Still….You Turn Me On at Tunbridge Wells. It was such an excellent show that I went to the Dartford Orchard Theatre gig three weeks later. Sadly, although we didn’t know it at the time, Greg’s final live performance in the UK was at the aforementioned Trading Boundaries in April 2013.

Anyone still watch Coronation Street?

  

Jeff Belton… I have too ( only joking), ask Wendy lo

Mark Praid… Only when these people were on

Eric Harmer… I think Albert Tatlock Still watches

Julie Findlay-jones… No haven’t watched for about 12 year’s, it’s lost its way and isn’t the same.

Graham McCallum… Yes

Mark Praid… The Gents at The Rovers led into Albert Tatlock’s Living Room.

Dawn Leaney… Yep!

 

Rowntree’s Fruit Gums

Alan Esdaile… A bit hard for my teeth now!

Pete Prescott… Still love them !

Glenn Piper… My favourite

John Warner… You’re supposed to suck them!

Jeff Belton… Yum yum yum

Mick O’Dowd… Don’t forget the fruit gums chum!

Wendy Belton… I always liked the pattern on these!

Alan Pepper… Hey Mick you beat me to it ! Always preferred Pastilles though

Jan Warren… Always preferred the Rowntrees Pastilles, softer!