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Re: Glasgow

  • Subject: Re: Glasgow
  • From: gareth james <>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2023 15:41:22 +0000 (UTC)

 WTF???this thread has seemingly been dead for years and all of a sudden 
Mike's email drops and I discover, from the website, that there was an 
album out earlier in the year, and there were gigs to promote it which 
were cancelled, and now rearranged, and Gerald's had cancer...?!?!?Also 
they're playing in London this Friday I see....sadly I'm at a funeral all 
day and evening....

I can't believe there weren't emails about it, so how have I've not seen 
tell me more more folks....what else have I missed?
    On Saturday, 23 September 2023 at 16:13:47 BST, Mike 
<> wrote:  
 After April's cancellation, I'll admit I was worried most of the week
whether or not last night's show at Stereo would go ahead. But go ahead it
did, thankfully.

Gerard seemed to enjoy himself, even if he understandably didn't have the
same energy as previously. The set was a couple of songs lighter than in
recent years, but that's understandable too.

The sound was a bit aggressive, which affected all the vocalists to some
extent at different times, but, you know, guitars! 

Mike, Bec and Rita all had their own turns - M&B their current songs from
Culture Gun, but I'm not sure what Rita's was - fairly sure it wasn't the
previously played The High and The Mighty (the chorus might have been
variations on Who's in my head/ Who's in my bed). If anyone can update with the correct song title, that would be cool.

Nick Jacobs guested on 'Warhol's Fifteen' and the encores.

Otherwise, it was a predictably great show and it was so good to see them

Mike M

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