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  1. +1 for the Ibanez Mikro. My daughter got one when she was 8. (Now just turned 11). Didn't really take to it for a year, but is now going for her Grade 4 exams and auditioning for School of Rock the Musical. The difficult part is finding a decent strap that's small enough. I'd definitely recommend finding a decent teacher, the parent/child dynamic doesn't always make for the best learning experience. 🙁
  2. I'm just trying not to think of a 'guy' with a 40" waist wearing loons.😬
  3. Funny, I don't remember seeing you. 😊
  4. Take a look in here http://www.calyx-canterbury.fr/bands/chrono/hillage.html Possibly Reading - August '78?
  5. I don't recall him playing at Knebworth in '78. (Or did you just mean that you bumped into him?)
  6. Haven't seen him since '77 at the Rainbow (no loons though). Just booked for the Islington show. Thanks for the heads up.
  7. A couple of Ernie Ball plectra from c. 1978 which I still muck about with from time to time and in the loft there's collection of Hohner Marine Band and Blues Harp harmonicas from the late 70s that have probably developed a rich and vibrant culture by now.
  8. I'd add Brian Wroten to the list https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmtnZ4IcxbLcdlvk-Q-0bCg
  9. I gave up worrying about that a long time ago.
  10. Napoleon's UNCLE, surely?
  11. To be fair, Danny's been on so many people's work that the odds are somewhat skewed. 😎 I'd nominate Jack Casady
  12. He looked into my eyes just as an airplane roared above Said something about football But he never mentioned love. or There's a guy works down the chip shop swears he's Elvis Just like you swore to me that you'd be true There's a guy works down the chip shop swears he's Elvis But he's a liar and I'm not sure about you.
  13. With a geranium behind each ear and his face painted with gay cabalistic symbols, 6-foot-8, 17-stone Police Sergeant Geoff Bull looked jolly convincing as he sweated and grunted through a vigorous twist routine at the Frug-A-Go-Go Bierkeller. His hot serge trousers flapped wildly over his enormous plastic sandals as he jumped and jumped and gyrated towards a long-haired man. "Er, excuse me, man, I have reason to believe you can turn me on", he leered suggestively. As if by magic dozens of truncheons appeared and mercilessly thrashed him. Poor Geoff, what a turn-up for the books
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