Supporting the awful band Fashion in Derby, a very early, maybe the first version of Rock Section live from 1978, a two song gig then off to hospital, though I must admit the injury and destruction was down to us, the audience were quite polite considering. Part two of a 2 track set, once the P.A. had been rebuilt following their rendition of ‘Riot On Sunset Strip’, “Do you want to do some more?”.
Being only recently discovered there is also the first drum machine version of Rock Section at the end when Steve went home to pack for his forthcoming adventures. So in the absence of the gig version I ask you to just use your imagination, (Jim thought this sounded like Schoolly D) it did have real drums live by the way.
The same day (19 August 1981) Skin Patrol recorded 90 mins of new tracks but that is for another day……
Don’t be dumb, be RADICAL.
Play it Loud!
A very early segue mix of the first session of the ‘Everything’s Happening’ LP, made for a Fashion Show in Vienna, some time before the album was completed.
1. Back of ’69
2. Tender Assignation
3. White Summer
4. Big Blue Light
5. Black Mercedes
Jim always used to like to ‘strike a pose’ to this one, now where’s my supermodel gone?
Another one unearthed from the Vaults of Rock.
As far as we can figure out, the final recorded session of One Million Fuzztone Guitars. Let us know if you know different. Three country rock tracks with a tinge of psychedelia. Brother Dave Robbins gets the cover shot for obvious reasons. Pull up that chair on the veranda, pour yourself a glass of Jack D and enjoy.
Recorded some time in late 1984?