Nigel Ford… Reckon I must have been ill that night as I don’t remember “Late Night Love” band at all. No recollection of the name whatsoever.
Candy Choir and Mood Reaction – June 1969
Mick O’Dowd… It’s that Candy Choir mob again. Keep popping up all over the place. I must say I liked them. They are billed as a “Rye Recording Artists” did they come from there?
Mick O’Dowd… Didn’t Orange Bicycle morph into someone else? Rupert’s People were an excellent band and their single “Reflections Of Charles Brown” single very “Whiter Shade of Pale-ish. Colin Bell had something to do with this band at one time. Believe he played drums for them.
Gerry Fortsch… I don’t think we really appreciated what we had until now.
Mick O’Dowd… The Heads were nobodies!
Paul Huggett… Saw PGT and the, Stormsville guys, at Chislehurst Caves very good too.
Graham Matthews… Being just a child of 12 in ’67’ I was too young but my elder brothers used to frequent The Witch Doctor BUT I discovered Phillip Goodhand – Tait as a solo artist in the early 70’s at The Dome in Brighton. I went there regularly to see Family ( amazing band) and twice Phillip was the support act and I thought he was fantastic.
Alan Esdaile… Remember meeting Phillip Goodhand-Tait at DJM Records in the 70’s. His songs were more popular recorded by other people, Love Affair and others.
Alan King… Claire?