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Re: BluePlanes Digest, Vol 121, Issue 1

  • Subject: Re: BluePlanes Digest, Vol 121, Issue 1
  • From: Austen <>
  • Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2018 12:32:20 +0000 (UTC)

GordonI may have a spare for the Friday - really looking forward to the 
Fleece. Any Norwegians coming for that one too

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Today's Topics:

  1. Church@Fleece blog... (GORDON WILHELMI)
Verrry quiet here on the Mailing List......Even the Aero's Fleece gig 
selling out, and extra Exchange gig announcement didn't get an airing here 
The wonders of more contemporary social media, I suppose...
In the spirit of 'use it or lose it', however, just to report here, that 
The Church set at Fleece the other night was utterly sonic. I came in from 
London in the company of Norwegian Branch of FLP's, though Eyvind has been 
following The Church for even longer than the Planes. Erik also made it 
from that country, his son studying at Uni in Brizz, but also of long term 
appreciation of Church, and Blue Aeroplanes.To keep it subject related, 
Rodney fanned the embers to a flaming evening with a fondly received set, 
Gerard was reported to be around, Max Noble also, and Chris, of course, 
laying it all on.Word from the committed is that it was the best Church 
gig for many years, and I'm not arguing, utterly sonic jangling 
guitars.Spent so long with my eyes on plans for that night, neglected to 
secure tickets for the Aero's gig until it was too late, but will be at 
the Exchange, so see some of you there, perhaps...G
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