ad supplied by Sarah Harvey, paper plate frisbee supplied by Mick Mepham
autograph poster from the gig supplied by Peter Houghton
photos supplied by Clive Richardson
Gary Kinch….Wet Cheese Delirium
Clive Richardson...I remember Daevid Allen had a fishing rod and cast something into the audience.
Mick Mepham.…It was Daevid Allen with the rod and it was a little rubber fish on the end of the line. He cast it out, reeled it in and said “hmmm not biting today”. It utterly freaked loads of people out hahaha. Great gig.
Phil Thornton…..the UV flying UFO’s over the audience was the most memorable moment for me, along with the splendid ‘gliss’ guitar orchestra bliss out soundtrack ! I also loved steve hillage’s home made leslie cab device made from an old record deck and a big wedge of expanded polystyrene
Mick Mepham…..I’ve still got one of the paper plates that they frisbeed out into the audience …. see above
Perri Ann Haste…..Steve Hillage! – I still have one of his Vinyl albums in the loft somewhere… Think one of the tracks is called ‘ All too much ‘
James Turner…I was just sorting out my old albums,I got this on the pier in the 70’s
Mick Mepham… I do that one at Beatles Day Perri Ann Haste. Good innit?
Tony Court-holmes… I i am now going to trawl through my mind for another odd band that played there.
Tony Ham… I’ve got the Flying Teapot album.
Pete Fisher… Saw Steve Hillage in 1976…
Jeremy Harrison… Anyone else buy Camembert Electrique for 99p? Worth a few Bob these days in good condition……
Mike Curtis… my copy has Gong on one side and Side 1 of Tubular Bells on the other
John Mcewen… 79p for mine, I think I got it in Woolworths.
Ben Taylor… No way, did they have Allan Holdsworth at that point?
Jeffrey Beadle… I think it’s Steve Hilage?
John Coleman… I Was there!
Stuart Moir… Look at those trousers, his mum probably ran them up on her singer sewing machine
Dave Nattress… Didn’t see Gong – I have got “L” by Steve Hillage in vinyl – must play it later, must be years since I did, but Tony Court-Holmes commented about trawling his mind for another odd band. I reckon the oddest band I saw at the pier was Arthur Brown’s Kingdom Come – I just have an image of them now, seemed like weird stuff both the music and it was somewhat theatrical.
James Turner… I got the album somewhere.
Pete Houghton… I remember those days. Still got mine
Pippa Barber… Wow ! Great pics