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Other Bands - General Discussion / Re: New Micky Charity Collection
« Last post by Nick Nation on March 30, 2022, 02:20:02 PM »
Apart from the few I have put to one side for people, the 'Celia Gang' CD has now sold out! Over 450 raised now. The Digital Download version is available from Bandcamp which can be reached via the dedicated page on my site here: http://www.nicknation.co.uk/CeliaGang.html

I will keep it going to the end of April to allow for more downloads and to allow for those yet to pick up their already requested CD.

I may consider another run of CDs if there's enough demand - let me know.
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Other Bands - General Discussion / Re: New Micky Charity Collection
« Last post by Nick Nation on March 19, 2022, 12:01:09 PM »
400 now raised for Micky!

A track will be played on Richard Penguin's show on Future Radio on Sunday 20 March 18:00 - 20:00, track 18 out of 22.

Available as a digital download or very limited CD from www.nicknation.co.uk

Very few CDs left. Donate what you like!
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Man - General Discussion / Re: Son of Man
« Last post by Nick Nation on March 18, 2022, 02:04:35 PM »
Plenty of time to break in a new guitarist then.

So Farewell then Glenn
His amp went past ten
He had a nice face
And was pretty good on bass
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Man - General Discussion / Re: Son of Man
« Last post by Jules on March 17, 2022, 06:58:27 PM »
Plenty of time to break in a new guitarist then.
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Man - General Discussion / Re: Son of Man
« Last post by Nigelbb on March 16, 2022, 04:47:56 PM »
A little way off yet but 12th November is marked up for a night out at the Boom Boom.

or Sutton United FC Social Club as it is otherwise known :)
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Can't believe that Gong has already sold out their Hebden Bridge gig  next March 2022. Where did that come from? 😁😄
Went to see Gong at Bury St Edmunds last night - only about 15% full - but I suppose Suffolk is a jaunt from Yorkshire
It was the 13th gig of their re-arranged, rearranged, tour - which may have been the problem, the promotor may have advertised the original show, and possibly the first rearranged one, there was nothing for this
Ian East, the saxophonist, was recognized by someone in town in the afternoon, so was clearly a fan, but he didn't know about the gig in his own home town
A brilliant gig despite the turn out, the band didn't hold back, or shorten the set, and were genuinely thankful to those of us who did turn out, in the post-show chat around the merchandise stall
All the band played with Daevid Allen in 2014-15 and some have been there since 2009/2010, so it still has the original ethos (not that Allen was a particularly permanent feature of the old line-ups)
If you have ever liked them, I would recommend it - gig list at https://www.planetgong.co.uk/ then select gigs and calendar

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Man - General Discussion / Son of Man
« Last post by happytrails on March 15, 2022, 01:53:41 PM »
A little way off yet but 12th November is marked up for a night out at the Boom Boom.
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Man - General Discussion / Re: 2022 - UK Spring Tour dates just added
« Last post by Nigelbb on March 13, 2022, 01:40:44 PM »
There were seats at tables at the Beaverwood. It's a pleasant venue in working man's club style. The audience was small (80 or 90 maybe 100 tops) but appreciative. They played the Big Five or maybe that should now be the Big Six to include Malcolm taking vocals on "The Ride and the View". Josh looked more comfortable than when I have seen him on previous gigs. James Beck is a great guitarist. Martin joked to the effect that if every bloke in the audience had brought a woman they would be minted. He also observed that some of the audience were even older than him.

Here are some photos https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B0p5GV49aR0UKb

I'm not sure what the economics of them doing small gigs like this might be but hopefully it's profitable/enjoyable enough for them to want to continue doing them. This was the last of four gigs in the UK this Spring & they have a similar number this autumn.
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Man - General Discussion / Re: Remembering Micky
« Last post by Nick Nation on March 10, 2022, 12:52:01 PM »
12 years ago today (Mar 10) Micky left us. However we will never forget you.

Nick, Celia and Barb
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Other Bands - General Discussion / Re: New Micky Charity Collection
« Last post by Nick Nation on March 02, 2022, 12:17:03 PM »
Good news, 'Celia Gang' has now raised over 300 for the Brain Tumour Charity in memory of Micky.

Only a few CDs left, first come first served, or a Digital Download option available here: http://www.nicknation.co.uk/CeliaGang.html

Bandcamp are waiving their admittedly reasonable 15% fee on Friday 4 March (Download only) so that would be a good time...
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