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Title: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 04, 2008, 01:33:19 PM
Owing to an inability to tell the difference betwen two and three I have a spare copy of this show on a pair of CDs.

For those of you not on Dime, I'm happy to post this to the first of you that contacts me with their home address.

Seems like a better idea than binning the surplus discs!!
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Peter Steventon on August 04, 2008, 02:13:55 PM
Just seen this post Allan will do you a swap for Zotzenbach
Pete
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 04, 2008, 05:46:53 PM
Mr Bardsley got in first for this so the spare discs will be heading his way.

Happy to burn another set in exchange for Zotzenbach, Pete - will contact you later on once I get home from the orifice  ::)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 04, 2008, 07:08:27 PM
not all of us are Dime capable. Any chance someone could post this on Rapid Share where us mortals could access it?
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Dave Bardsley on August 04, 2008, 10:26:33 PM
Allan,

My respect for you grows by the hour.  Thank the Lord that I had a dull lunchtime and caught your message.  Hopefully, this will result in a contribution of beers for your personal consumption just prior to Christmas...

Dave
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 06, 2008, 01:40:57 AM
Pete/Dave - will be in the post to you tomorrow (Thursday)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 06, 2008, 02:04:55 AM
not all of us are Dime capable. Any chance someone could post this on Rapid Share where us mortals could access it?

I'll have a go at this tomorrow night, Ron
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 06, 2008, 04:39:14 AM
very good then. I appreciate it. I've been posting the odd bits here http://33782.rapidforum.com/ at the It's Psych Forum. Search for posts by Guy Stevens. Of course it's usually just live stuff from my collection, and not necessarily Man rarities. If I'm gonna give stuff out, it'll be here as this is easiest.

Just been made redundant at work, or turfed as my Canadian friends would say. The owners would like to blame the economy or the book keeper, but I feel it was squarely on their shoulders, and got the chance to spell it out. They still like me and made two offers for the future, that is if the can pull their nuts out of the fire in the next month. Slim odds, but I did give them a line on some government business development money. Sad to see so much work pissed away. I get 6 months unemployment at the least, and some termination compensation.  :'(

The bad news is, this means I could be around here a lot more often making trouble, for a while anyway.

rs
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Tony Smith on August 06, 2008, 07:32:24 AM
Sorry to hear that you,ve been made redundant Ron, lots of luck to you in finding other emplyment.
cheers
tony
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 06, 2008, 07:41:18 AM
tony- as I don't like working for others, this is a blessing. it takes me back to the days of my record sales, and the puzzle wits I had to deal with. I just don't need this to make me feel smart. Fucc, I can deal with those Welsh bastards, why should this be any harder? It will  give me a bit of time to get this damn Brain album done. By coincidence, I saw Colter for the first time in ages at the grocery store and we plotted the next step. Surprises where you least expect.

Innit life strange? No, it is totally predictable, and I couldda told the owners they were headed for the toilet... so given the chance I told 'em.


Free time = music and maybe your pals George and Martin will take advantage of this minor mishap and offer me some real work.

har har


rs
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Tony Smith on August 06, 2008, 07:50:28 AM
Well Ron they are writing and should be in the studios in October !   ;D
cheers
tony
ps put me down for the new Brain cd when its done
cheers :D
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 06, 2008, 08:14:22 AM
October? Have them call me, I work for a bed and food. and -2%

Ceerist, we'd all be happy eh?... or drunkish.

Hey, Mart!

Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Pete T on August 06, 2008, 08:23:11 AM
Just been made redundant at work..
Ron,
sorry to hear that, hope everything works out OK for you..
Pete
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Nick Ring on August 06, 2008, 08:50:24 AM
   Best wishes for the future Ron.   Something will turn up, just Keep on Crintin'.
                Nick.

                 
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: William Rait on August 06, 2008, 10:27:45 AM
Just been made redundant at work, or turfed as my Canadian friends would say.
So sorry to hear that Ron. I work for the government employmnet service here in Glasgow, but I,m afraid we don't see many jobs for your line of work. Sadly you are not going to be alone either in the US or here in UK. My (soon to be ex) wife has just had the same fate as you and she worked for Glasgow University who are soon to pay off another 285 people as well. Difficult times lie ahead for us all I'm afraid.
Best wishes
Bill R
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Rob W on August 06, 2008, 11:06:58 AM
Hi Ron,
Very sorry to hear your news. Of course I don't know you, but my perception of you is that youll have no problems at all.
Frankly, sometimes there can be a benefit in receiving a redundancy payout, getting straight back into work, so cn have a chill out and a bit of dosh.
Interestingyour points about working for others. I was made redundant about 6 week ago. Previous to that, I did have my own business, was brought out in 2006 and headed up a department. Enjoyed it but always missed my own business. Then my department was inexplicably closed down 6 weeks ago. I was devastated, but a blessing in disguise. Although less than the minimum 2 years, I was given some redundancy and a modest compensation package, so I've set up a business again, and it's amazing.
I'll miss your programme. I often listen whenever I can. 
   
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Martin Daughton on August 06, 2008, 11:33:23 AM
Good luck Ron. You seem well clued up so I hope you find something that scratches your itch and rewards you too.
I've just found out I didn't get the job I was interviewed for last Friday... back to the hunt.  :P
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: mikes on August 07, 2008, 08:42:33 PM
Ron, sorry to read that. Was it the job with the radio station? Then - ha! - tell them in the words of Pugwash in Ammanford: "Die, fuckdog(s), die!!!"
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 10, 2008, 10:40:02 PM
Copying this onto Rapid Share in 5 parts.  Files are wav's in zipped folders.

Part One - http://rapidshare.com/files/136371231/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_One.zip (http://rapidshare.com/files/136371231/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_One.zip)

Part Two - http://rapidshare.com/files/136381571/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Two.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/136381571/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Two.rar)

Part Three - http://rapidshare.com/files/136393674/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Three.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/136393674/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Three.rar)

Part Four - http://rapidshare.com/files/136402299/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Four.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/136402299/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Four.rar)

Part Five - http://rapidshare.com/files/136404771/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Five.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/136404771/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Five.rar)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 11, 2008, 12:11:42 AM
Ron, sorry to read that. Was it the job with the radio station? Then - ha! - tell them in the words of Pugwash in Ammanford: "Die, fuckdog(s), die!!!"

No, the radio is volunteer, no money involved. Phil Charles is the boss, and I bring a lot of stuff for the library. I think I'm safe there.

It was a day job. I was writing content for an internet store. check out www.comfortchannel.com while they are still in business. As they downsized, they kept giving me other people's jobs. Fair enough, the other people didn't do them very well... which of course led to the problems that caused the collapse. I had an "exit interview", which gave me the chance to spell out some of the problems for the owner, and the #2 guy. They wondered how I has sussed it out, and asked if I'd be the operations manager. Too bad there is no operation left to manage!

I'm sure I'll be back to work before long. Right now, I'm getting my guitar chops up to date, and have been doing some singing. Finally got a chance to play the Gibson SG, being discussed elsewhere on this forum. Sounds sweet, and plays like a dream.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 11, 2008, 12:12:03 AM
Copying this onto Rapid Share in 5 parts.  Files are wav's in zipped folders.

Part One - http://rapidshare.com/files/136371231/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_One.zip (http://rapidshare.com/files/136371231/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_One.zip)

Part Two - http://rapidshare.com/files/136381571/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Two.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/136381571/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Two.rar)

Part Three - to follow

Part Four - to follow

Part Five - to follow

thanks
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 11, 2008, 01:51:21 AM
Copying this onto Rapid Share in 5 parts.  Files are wav's in zipped folders.

Part One - http://rapidshare.com/files/136371231/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_One.zip (http://rapidshare.com/files/136371231/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_One.zip)

Part Two - http://rapidshare.com/files/136381571/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Two.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/136381571/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Two.rar)

Part Three - http://rapidshare.com/files/136393674/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Three.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/136393674/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Three.rar)

Part Four - http://rapidshare.com/files/136402299/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Four.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/136402299/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Four.rar)

Part Five - http://rapidshare.com/files/136404771/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Five.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/136404771/Man_Glasgow_Apollo_1975_Part_Five.rar)

All files now availble as per above links
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 11, 2008, 11:42:28 AM
Not quite sure why the first file was a .zip file and the remainder as .rar files - must have done something differently although I can't recall what that was.

For information, the .rar files are created within WinRar and having just checked it in my office I can confirm that they can be unpacked using WinZip.

Having now negotiated this I might well be up for putting something new on every couple of weeks - my trading list is available at http://homepage.ntlworld.com/allanheron/Index.html (http://homepage.ntlworld.com/allanheron/Index.html) if anyone has any specific requests.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Rob W on August 12, 2008, 10:32:34 AM
Thanks Allan for these files. Wonder if you or anyone can help please. I can download and play the winzip files (part one), but not the RAR files. Tells me cannot be located. Any advice. Sure it'll be a simple remedy.....thank you.

7171 551 is how the opening number of a gig shhould be!!!

 
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 12, 2008, 10:43:30 AM
Thanks Allan for these files. Wonder if you or anyone can help please. I can download and play the winzip files (part one), but not the RAR files. Tells me cannot be located. Any advice. Sure it'll be a simple remedy.....thank you.

7171 551 is how the opening number of a gig shhould be!!!

 

What zipping software is it that you have?   The .rar. files were created with WinRAR but do open in WinZip (as I've tested on my office laptop).  There is zipping capability within XP/Vista which may or may not be compatible with .rar files

(Edited to add - apologies but I've probably misread your post.  I've checked the links this morning and they all seem to be ok from here, so you should be able to download the files.)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Rob W on August 12, 2008, 01:45:59 PM
Sorted it. Downloaded RAR file thingy's whatever they are. Listening to it, up to The Storm, as I work (ish). Seems it must have been a fantastic gig. Thanks again
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 12, 2008, 02:55:44 PM
Seems it must have been a fantastic gig.

It was - one of the best!
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Rob W on August 12, 2008, 03:38:23 PM
Did they play in pink and grey hoops?  (listening to Bananas now. glad my appt got rearranged from this afternoon  (bounce bounce boing boing)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Rob W on August 12, 2008, 05:21:23 PM
Me again, just wondering.....I've downloaded the files, and can play them individually, but I wonder, is there a way they can be merged so that in effect the whole concert is played continuously. Or can they only be played individually?
Thanks....
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 12, 2008, 05:40:53 PM
Me again, just wondering.....I've downloaded the files, and can play them individually, but I wonder, is there a way they can be merged so that in effect the whole concert is played continuously. Or can they only be played individually?
Thanks....


You could burn them onto a disc with no gaps between the tracks,  or perhaps create a playlist via WMA or equivalent????  Or use Sound Recorder to add the tracks to one another to give you one mega wav files but you wouldn't be able to easily skip between tracks.

If I remember correctly, the tracks aren't continuous anway which is a pity but it's how I got it
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Martin Daughton on August 12, 2008, 07:53:20 PM
Quote
is there a way they can be merged so that in effect the whole concert is played continuously

You could load them into Moviemaker (import audio or music), merge the files and save with a new name to your computer. Might take a long time though.
I did it with two files in Nero format and saved them as a single .WMA file.
And if it goes wrong you still have the original files.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Mike Cross on August 13, 2008, 12:46:31 AM
I've downloaded the files, and can play them individually, but I wonder, is there a way they can be merged so that in effect the whole concert is played continuously. Or can they only be played individually?


If you want to play them on your PC then there are many applications that can play a series of music files one after the other. The one I use is Foobar2000 (http://www.foobar2000.org (http://www.foobar2000.org), 2.7 Mb download). Out of the box it will play many music formats, including FLAC, but not SHN (but you can download an add-on for those).

You can save & load playlists, tell it to play all the files in a folder, etc It's also being actively developed.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Mark Davies on August 13, 2008, 09:42:15 AM
I've downloaded the files, and can play them individually, but I wonder, is there a way they can be merged so that in effect the whole concert is played continuously.
Thanks....


If you are using Windows Media Player, add the files to your music library using 'add to library'. Then, go to the Library view, select all the tracks, right click & choose 'add to now playing'.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Rob W on August 13, 2008, 10:53:32 AM
Thanks everyone for your replies. I appreciate it
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 13, 2008, 10:56:35 AM
Thanks everyone for your replies. I appreciate it

I can also provide directions to the Renfrew Ferry when required as well  ::)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Rob W on August 13, 2008, 12:47:40 PM
Funny you mention the ubiquitous (impressed huh?) Renfrew Ferry. I was at a posh dinner a couple of weeks ago, hosted by Astra Zeneca, a black tie jobby. Anyway, I was sat next to a chap from Stirling. He wore a black bow tie, but worryingly, also wore one of those skirts that you Scottish blokes wear.
So, I told him about my trip to the Renfrew Ferry. He was sympathetic and told me he would probably have done the same. I think he was humouring me as he has a brain the size of a planet (one of the big ones like Jupiter, not poxy little Mercury), so he wouldn't have done the same thing, but he made me feel better.
Now to get hold of my trowel and cement and get that wall higher and wider with barbed wire on the top......  :)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 13, 2008, 01:41:37 PM
Now to get hold of my trowel and cement and get that wall higher and wider with barbed wire on the top......  :)

Don't worry - Alex Salmond's already on the case  :D
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Rob W on August 13, 2008, 11:05:34 PM
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. thanks again for your varied instructions on how to merge the files so that they can play concurrently, and therefore not having to get off my lazy *rs*.
For me to be able to do this, and I didn't know if it could be done in the first place, the explanation has to be quick, simple, and explained in a manner that could be unerstood by a gerbil.
So, I've done it. Incredible, but success. Without furher ado, the winner of simplest and easiest instructions to follow is........Mark Davies......I just dragged the files into Media Player, and hey ho here we go.....thank you Mr Davies.   
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 14, 2008, 01:39:44 AM
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. thanks again for your varied instructions on how to merge the files so that they can play concurrently, and therefore not having to get off my lazy *rs*.
For me to be able to do this, and I didn't know if it could be done in the first place, the explanation has to be quick, simple, and explained in a manner that could be unerstood by a gerbil.
So, I've done it. Incredible, but success. Without furher ado, the winner of simplest and easiest instructions to follow is........Mark Davies......I just dragged the files into Media Player, and hey ho here we go.....thank you Mr Davies.   

I'm on a Mac, so iTunes is the easiest way to do the same. You just have to make sure your prefs are set to "no gap". Occasionally, one of these downloads opens up with just one long file.... or worse a WMA file. Flac is fine if your source is 16 bit audio. Once it's gone to MP3, there is no going back to full quality. For most bootlegs this is fine. I'm not sure why the preference for RAR compression. Zip works fine. I don't think there is actually a free RAR thing for Mac. I've not found one.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 14, 2008, 01:48:41 AM
I'm not sure why the preference for RAR compression. Zip works fine. I don't think there is actually a free RAR thing for Mac. I've not found one.

Not a preference on my part, it's just the tool I've got on my PC.  Does this mean you've not been able to open the other files?   If so, I will redo as .zip files (I've realised what i did that was different which made the first one a zip file!!)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 14, 2008, 02:31:01 AM
I'm not sure why the preference for RAR compression. Zip works fine. I don't think there is actually a free RAR thing for Mac. I've not found one.

Not a preference on my part, it's just the tool I've got on my PC.  Does this mean you've not been able to open the other files?   If so, I will redo as .zip files (I've realised what i did that was different which made the first one a zip file!!)

Don't worry, it's not a problem to open any compressed file with StuffitExpander. I actually haven't had time, but I will planning to sort it out this evening. I spent the day applying for a job as a water meter reader! Pays well, and I wouldn't mind working for the city. I doubt I'd be considered, but it is necessary to get back in the saddle and apply myself!
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Nick Ring on August 14, 2008, 09:12:12 AM
 For anyone with a PC & laptop or CD writer it's all dead easy...............do it in real time & quess what?  You can listen to it at the same time.
        Yours faithfully,
           The Neandertoll.
          (I'll just get me bearskin)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron Fronberg on August 14, 2008, 09:54:56 AM
I am using a Mac.

When I double clicked the zip or rar files, I got wav files for the various songs in each of the 5 downloads. No problem using iTunes or VLC media player.

Stuffit Expander opened the rar files.

ron
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 15, 2008, 07:15:27 PM
So have you listen to this yet? Cippo does a nice bit on Hard Way To Die and Many Are Called. Did you notice on MACBFGU, Mick starts his solo using the talk box, but then thinks better of it, and gets down to business. The version two QMS tunes are also played very well. Too bad they decided to do the Storm in stead of C'mon. John was bummed they didn't play C'mon. This tape is is lacking Razorblades, isn't It? Good to have. I do have a cassette somewhere, but I hardly have time to dub stuff these days.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 15, 2008, 08:32:55 PM
This tape is is lacking Razorblades, isn't It?

Shouldn't be - if this is the case then I forgot to compress it and shove it in the folder  :-\   Can someeone else confirm whether or not they got Razorblades - would have been in part III.  I can redo that over the weekend if needs be
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 15, 2008, 09:14:37 PM
This tape is is lacking Razorblades, isn't It?

Shouldn't be - if this is the case then I forgot to compress it and shove it in the folder  :-\   Can someeone else confirm whether or not they got Razorblades - would have been in part III.  I can redo that over the weekend if needs be

It's missing track 202, from part three, which I guess would be Razorblades. Thanks for fixing it.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Mark Davies on August 16, 2008, 11:08:03 AM
if this is the case then I forgot to compress it and shove it in the folder

I do not see the logic in taking the nicely compressed .flac files, turning them into nice big .wavs, and then compressing them again using zip/rar.

Why not just upload the .flac files?

The .flac files will also play nicely in most media players (even Windows Media Player).
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 16, 2008, 11:15:24 AM
if this is the case then I forgot to compress it and shove it in the folder

I do not see the logic in taking the nicely compressed .flac files, turning them into nice big .wavs, and then compressing them again using zip/rar.

Why not just upload the .flac files?

The .flac files will also play nicely in most media players (even Windows Media Player).
Largely because I don't have the flac files - it was my CDR's that were the source for Mike to load on DIME so I had no need for them
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 16, 2008, 01:48:18 PM
Razor Blade now available at http://rapidshare.com/files/137723981/202_-_Razor_Blade_And_Rattlesnake.zip
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Hefin Jones on August 16, 2008, 01:59:07 PM
Thanks for uploading this Alan. With a capped ISP account I have to do the downloading at night or weekends. In fact I'm downloading part 3 now, but it takes around an hour on the free account. Is it worth paying extra for the premium account? What sort of downloading speeds should I then get?
The search facility on rapidshare is not very helpful when you search "man"..........you get around a trillion hits!!!!
I'd be happy to pay if I knew there was a load of music that I wanted.
I entered Rory Gallagher in the search and I found this interesting web blog with some Nektar and other boots which might be of interest to others on this board.

http://dexondaz.blogspot.com/search?q=Nektar
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Dan Singh on August 16, 2008, 02:28:22 PM
The search facility on rapidshare is not very helpful when you search "man"..........you get around a trillion hits!!!!
http://dexondaz.blogspot.com/search?q=Nektar
Lynyrd Skynyrd don't have this problem.

think this is why george lists the band as M.A.N
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Mark Davies on August 16, 2008, 05:21:58 PM
Largely because I don't have the flac files

I can't argue with that  :)
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 18, 2008, 11:24:22 PM
Anyone still needing to download this?  If not, I'll delete the files.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Ron S on August 19, 2008, 12:05:03 AM
I had better get it then, right away
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Allan Heron on August 19, 2008, 10:44:10 AM
No rush if you're still needing access - happy to leave as long as necessary but it's not my intention to leave the files up there ad infinitum

Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Alan Davies on August 19, 2008, 02:50:22 PM
Could you give at least until the weekend please Allan.
Many thanks.
Title: Re: Man Glasgow Apollo 1975
Post by: Pete T on August 24, 2008, 10:31:40 AM
..this has now been grabbed 372 times..