Nick Webb… I was there again lol
Andy Qunta… Pretty sure I was there for this. Both good bands!
Martyn Baker… you were mate. I remember seeing you in the bar at half-time!
Ian Watling… That was a great night
Peter McLoughlin… Saw Bjh at the pier a couple of years earlier with about 50 other people!!
Anne Murray… Yep, I was at BJH
Catherine Ireland… The guy at the back right of picture looks like Chris Cozens, but I don’t think Chris was born then
Chris Meachen… Bloody excellent night, two brilliant bands.. still have the autographed BJH album..
Roger Dando… Classic band I never managed to see live . .
Mick O’Dowd… When I worked with them on a Martin-Casson gig on the Pier, I did not like rock music much. I introduced the band and went off stage but was waylaid by someone and we talked for a while. When I emerged to cross the dance floor to escape, I was half-way across and they were playing “Mockingbird”. Woah! I liked the sound of this! Stayed and watched the rest of their set. Made me realise that I had a bad case of tunnel vision and from that day have taken all music and given everything at least one listen before rejecting them as c**p! Wise decision as i’ve discovered a lot of bands/artists that I once wouldn’t have given the time of day to. Thank BJH!
Pete Houghton… Hi Mick yes Mockingbird is still one of favourite songs
Andy Davies… I was there too. Can’t have heard anything of their’s since ‘76! Are they worth revisiting?
Alan Esdaile… Andy, Yes definitely.
Pete Houghton… I was there a what great night Both Band’s signed there Autographs for me
Deb Hoad.. Love their music
Carol Cooksey… Love the music of B J H saw them lots of times
Terry Pack… I was at this one. Walked home to Bexhill afterwards as usual. The last train was at 22.37 and I nearly always missed it. I think the last bus was probably at about 7.00pm!! Beer was so cheap in 1974 that I couldn’t spend the £1 I had in my pocket at the start of the evening!
Mike Curtis… I remember going to “Beat Raves” at DLWP in the late 60s. Beer was 2/6 a pint – I used to spend my £1 and have difficulty walking home.
Iain Cobby… Long Live the BJH mellotron, king of orchestral sounds!