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5 months ago
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Like.
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5 months ago
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Without a doubt the best MnG for me has to be Bob Catley. Bob was playing a country pub up near St.Andrews in Scotland a few years back on his solo tour with Vinny Burns on acoustic guitar. Pub was in the middle of nowhere so we had travelled up from Ayrshire and had booked rooms. After the sold out show (perhaps 100-150) we retired to the bar.Bob,Vinny and Annie came in and stayed to drink and c
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7 months ago
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I'm sure it was King Of The Hill who supported at the Edinburgh show. This may have been a different leg of the tour tho.
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7 months ago
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Fiver postage with EMP tho.
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7 months ago
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Paul Rodgers is only 'fucking boring' in your eyes. I for one,and very many others who continue to sell out his tours, find his solo albums and live shows both entertaining and relevant. I also liked Robert Hart and Dave Colwell. But i do have to concede that PR's stint in Queen was ill-advised at best!
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8 months ago
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It was indeed a great show. We were lucky enough to win meet'n'greet passes to meet the lads after the show. They all took the time to chat and pose with all fans after the gig. A great bunch of guys.
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8 months ago
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Thanks for the link. Great stuff.
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9 months ago
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You won't regret it. Regardless of who is playing,and there is always at least one or two bands any self respecting melodic rock type would appreciate,Firefest is always a great jaunt. Always worth the trip. 3 or 4 of us flying down from Glasgow ourselves this year.
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11 months ago
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For whatever reason,Edens Curse never really floated my boat at first. But since Mr Logue is a fellow Scot,and a regular on here,not to mention a regular ligger at as many Glasgow gigs as Tom Russell,i gave this every chance. I am certainly glad i did. Great song,great new singer,nice video.Too much eye liner tho! Looking forward to the album now.
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12 months ago
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I would add 'Have It All' frm the 'Go' album.
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1 year ago
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I'll have some of that,thank you very much.
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1 year ago
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We Didn't Start The Fire. Captain Jack. Downeaster Alexa. Scenes From An Italian Restaurant. Goodnight Saigon.
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1 year ago
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Still no Pete Jupp then. I trust he's ok?
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1 year ago
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There was me thinking it was Pete taking the photos!
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1 year ago
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I think it was around 80 mins.
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1 year ago
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Thanks mate.
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1 year ago
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I have 2 spares for this gig tonight (seats in section J). We can't go now as our 11-year old has a sickness bug. Also have a booking for the adjacent Crowne Plaza hotel for B&B. Face value for tickets(2x45),or 150 for tickets and room.
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1 year ago
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You're ALWAYS drinking tho Paul!
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1 year ago
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We're going. Staying at Crowne Plaza if anyone's drinking post gig.
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1 year ago
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East Ayrshire in Scotland.
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1 year ago
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Imaginos for me.
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1 year ago
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Virgin Killer is one of my fave early Scorps albums. I remember going to see them at Glasgow's Apollo just after Tokyo Tapes was released,and the band seemingly amazed at the Scots crowd singing along apparently word for word to the Japanese folk thing off Tokyo Tapes 'Kojo No Tsuki'(or something),when in actual fact it was na na na na na na na-nana na nana...etc. Well,it was funny at the time.
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1 year ago
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or that Ozzy bit the head off a bat,or pissed against The Alamo.
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1 year ago
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Anybody got a set-list for FM?
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1 year ago
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Glasgow on Sunday for me too. Hopefully not too late a finish as i start work at 02.30 next morning!
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1 year ago
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And Then There Were Three and Seconds Out from Collins era. Although there are some other superb tracks such as One For The Vine,Turn It On Again,Keep It Dark,Land Of Confusion. Selling England By The Pound,Trick Of The Tail from Gabriel era. Stand outs could be Suppers Ready,I Know What I Like,Musical Box,Cinema Show.
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1 year ago
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Maybe add in another band to make up the bill in the UK like Magnum or FM or Snakecharmer?
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1 year ago
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Eye Of The Storm is superb. Just had it on the other day.
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