supplied by Stuart Moir.
Johnny Mars, Sam Fox, Terry Pack, Stuart Moir, Phil Gill, Pete Shaw, Pete Prescott, Dave Easton, Colin Fox, Ray Fenwick and a host of other people – The Valbonne Club 1984.
supplied by Stuart Moir
Robert Searle….That’s when Suspect had record out on Decca .It was called Belinda/Mariooka. Loved my short time with Suspect
Stuart Moir….Would be nice to look that young all the time eh!!.. The other guys in the band were Mick Ingram and Graham Putland and of course Dave “beano” Easton .. Many years devoted to the band and all who sailed in her
Paul Kilford… Where they all ” hair models ” at some point ? Just had a barbers flashback.
Andy Qunta… 2 great bands!
Vic Williams… Is that David Walliams in the front ??? Or his exact double don’t you think ???
photos supplied by Stuart Moir.
this is one of the early line up pics from Left to right from the back Dave (beano) Easton, Stuart Moir, bottom left to right Les Harding, Rev Stockdale, and Chris Howard .
Stuart Moir on the drums
Stuart Moir…… from left to right, Les Harding guitar/vocals, Dave beano Easton lead vocals/harmonica, Rev Stockdale keyboards/guitar/vocals, Chris Howard bass guitar/vocals, Stuart Moir drums/vocals.
Robert Searle….Dont forget the first lineupp Stuart was me Bob Searle guitar Mick Ingrams bass guitar Rev Stockdale keyboards Dave Easton the legend on vocals and you Stuart on drums although it didnt last long was still a good band.
Dave Easton…..I can certainly remember you in the band Bob and you certainly did a brilliant job as usual.
Andy Qunta….Great band! Most entertaining & enjoyable!
Conan Howard… you still around Les and your wife Cathy, remember me Len? a friend of Allen and Phyllis Watts
Cris Kennard… Kath and Les now living in Spain.
supplied by Peter Millington
photo 1 – SUSPECT – 1971 – 1972 – L-R Dave Easton, Mick Ingram, Stuart Moir, Graham Putland, Rev Stockdale.
photo 2 – SUSPECT – 1972 – 1973 – L-R Dave Easton, Peter (Ginger) Millington, Stuart Moir, Graham Putland, Rev Stockdale.
Peter Millington… Took a long time to dress the same and find the tree after 2 years LOL
Mark Harris… Brilliant stuff.
Andy Qunta… Great band, cool tree!
Stuart Moir… I spent 6 years of my life singing lead vocals with a fabulous 12 piece line up called “Time Machine” , our speciality was soul music with a 4 piece brass section, male and female lead vocals, 2 backing vocals, keyboard, lead guitar bass and drums, we packed out Falaise Hall before it became a gym, it was a sad time when the lead guitarist suddenly passed away and the life and of course soul disappeared for ever.
Andy Qunta… Impressive line-up! Wish I could have seen you guys!
Stuart Moir… It was a really powerful brass section driven by bass and drums, I loved every minute singing with the guys .
Robert Searle… I played with you in Suspects at Falaise Hall Stuart.What was the name of the guitarist you mentioned?
Terry Pack… I depped with the band a few times, at Hellingly(?) and Something Cross.
Len Smith… Stuart am I correct in thinking during this period you reduced from 12 and renamed Big Bang before Trevor Pitson passed away?
Jenny Tyler… I saw Time Machine at Falaise Hall, they were brilliant. I think I saw yhem at The Star Inn at Normans Bay. X
Mick O’Dowd… Saw you at Falaise Hall Stuart. Was going to see Bob Geldof at The White Rock but he cancelled at last minute. You totally blew me away. Especially liked the brass appearing from behind with the Soul Finger intro. Fantabidosi!
supplied by Hastings groups from 1958 to present
Dave Easton vocals, Stuart Moir, drums and Phil Gill on Bass.
Andy Qunta….”Phil Gill again! How does he do it?
Phil Gill….”I thought this was a Harry R rehearsal or me doing a dep for Centre Page. If it’s neither of those then I have no recollection of this musical situation.”
Joe Knight….GREAT VOCALIST!!!!
Janine Anne Hemsley…..Worked down Rennie’s with these guys I was doing the jazz before they came on lol