Anyone know who supported on this gig?
Gill Harrod… I don’t remember! But I did go to it!
Yvonne Cleland… Daisy? Factory?
Andy Qunta… Something about that album title looks familiar! 😉
poster supplied by Mick Mepham and advert supplied by Nick Prince
Phil Gill….Wasn’t Will T in Daisy?
Yvonne Cleland….Yep, he was, along with Mr. Terence Corder, Tony Barraclough, and young Kevin Hoad. I was Will’s gf and did the sound. Wes Magoogan had joined them, by this time, and Marion did the lights.
supplied by Yvonne Cleland
Yvonne Cleland….Here’s one of me and Will when he was in Daisy
Andy Qunta…Daisy were a great band, & we had some great gigs together! Daisy were really good!
Terry Pack….One of the first gigs I went to featured these two bands, at the youth club in Bexhill, pre Wesley.
Phil Thornton….I remember that one ! I was there ! 2 great local bands !!
Paul Dove….Great band Factory played with them on a few dates with, ( muller & 3 on ice,) great days.
Geoff Peckham….Great days indeed, didn’t you keep a diary, Andy? If you did I’d love to see it – I’m sure I’ve forgotten half of what I got up to!
Nick Prince… Electric Ray when he was the last landlord of the New Clive Vale. hahaha, I still laugh at his antics more than a quarter of a century on
Yvonne Cleland… RIP Electric Ray x
John Wilde… Let us raise our glasses to Electric Ray (Wickham). A beautiful Soul.
Phil Thornton… funnily enough I bumped in to Tony Barraclough today !!
Lyn Humphrey… Yvonne Cleland–I worked with thee, in ’73! (Ashdown House, Works Bills).
supplied by Roger Carey
Felix press cutting … Wesley Magoogan, Roger Carey, Den Wootton, Will Thomson and Mike Tanner.
Wesley Magoogan… Amazing looking at the past ! Hard to believe this was 40 years ago, seems like yesterday !
Martin Curcher… Is that Mike Tanner on the right?
Liane Carroll… Fab picture. My hubby looks sooooo cute!!!
Yvonne Cleland… Remember this night well! xxx
Conan Howard… Samisen knocked it out of the ball park that night
Sarah Harvey… Yes we did
Bernard Goffredo… as always. It was fun in those days
Roger Carey… Lenny and Ralph!
Roger Carey…That gig went particularly well, the review was written by Stephen Turner who was in year above me at school and became a Hastings Observer journalist of renown- it was good to have someone who had interest and enthusiasm for the Hastings music scene! Thanks for putting this up Alan! Look forward to when we can all meet up at a “Smart” gathering again….The band Felix had been formed in late 1974 I think , Den Wootton’s brother Cliff was originally on bass but suggested I should take his place so I joined in 1975.. We carried on into 76 with a lot of writing, recording, rehearsals and selected gigs but when Wesley Magoogan decided to leave to concentrate on session work the band was reshaped by Mike Tanner and Will Thomson into “Aircraft”. Den and I moved to our pop/rock band “HatTrick”.. Fun and games man!.. One of my film quotes in that essay about Felix… In “JFK” Joe Pesci plays a very jumpy character who , while being interviewed by Kevin Costner, talks about “everybody was flipping sides- fun and games , man…!” It came to me whilst thinking of us all joining or checking out each other’s bands!
Barry French… Happy memories of two great local bands
Terry Pack… I heard Felix a couple of times. Roger’s playing scared the living daylights out of me.
Alan King… when i was a kid we used to go up to The Lion Inn at Blakey Ridge on the North York Moors to watch Back Door. Met him a few times 30 years later when Miller Anderson (who plays with my old band sometimes) was playing with him – here they are with Ian Paice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozA6-DEULOs