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Sarah Harvey… in 1978….Hastings Day celebrations (October 14th in case you didn’t know) with Dr.Feelgood, with Siouxsie and The Banshees and Dead Dogs Don’t Lie following soon after. Spizzoil…..anyone remember them?
Alan Esdaile… I remember ‘Where’s Captain Kirk’.
Redstar Richter… Phil Jupitus was wearing a Spizz badge (where`s captain kirk?” on telly last Friday 🙂 I`m friends with spizz on facebook – nrw single – city of eyes – out now! 🙂
Robert Wren… Where’s Captain Kirk….
John Storer… This was the Feelgoods after Wilko and, however good John “Gypie” Mayo was as a replacement, a bit like fish without chips! How many of us saw them in Eastbourne in October 1975 when they were in their pomp? Ably supported that night by GT Moore & The Reggae Guitars, Wilko tore the place apart with some of the best guitar playing I’d ever seen.
Mick O’Dowd… Quite a week. I was involved with Siouxie and Dead Dogs was one of my promotions.
Sheila Maile… My brother got tickets he told our mum”I am going to see Dr feel good”she said no way your not going there.he had to explain that this was a group not a drug dealer
Tim Moose Bruce… Went to this one. Support were Squeeze.
Dave Nattress… Delighted to say Wilko is still ripping that Telecaster into shreds. Saw him a few weeks back at the De La Warr of all places. Anyone else there?
Pete Fairless… This gig was after Wilko had left.
Tony Court-holmes… saw them at reading back in the 70s with Yes
Barry French… Yes I also was at the De La Warr to see Wilko, absolutely awesome gig. How he can hit the strings so hard without a pick is beyond me. In an interview he was once asked “Why the red pick guard” Wilko answered “To hide the blood”
Neil Partrick… Does anyone remember seeing Nico (who was supporting Siouxie & The Banshees along with Spizzoil, according to the bill poster)?
Alan Esdaile…Nico didn’t appear Neil, replaced by Gang Of Four.