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  1. Rob Newman was of course his immediate successor as the free kick master. I think it was the Evening Post that ran the headline 'Rob The New Mann'.
  2. Pavement WERE indeed cool and very very good, and a big influence on Blur's post-Britpop reinvention. If you liked Pavement then a decade or so earlier came the sublime Gang of Four. Andy Gill RIP. lockquote widget
  3. Is this where you discovered the wrist splints thing then?
  4. Oh she's still knocking around https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/bbc-radio-bristol-samantha-bush-3833612?utm_source=linkCopy&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sharebar
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  6. Yep, Keith was reluctantly sacked by Rovers and then quietly re-hired when the fuss died down, if I recall correctly. Then again, as fellow regulars in the Brunel would have had it (Sammy Mason included), 'you might as well do the white line'. Indeed.
  7. Love little Bobby, such a talented lad. Still rocking out with The 45s.
  8. Strummer really meant it (man). You sign to CBS, what are you gonna do? Put out a triple album for the price of a single and lose a fortune on it, that's what. Joe lived his life that way always, I don't believe he ever cared for the cash.
  9. Got me a pretty cool red & black mohair jumper from Paradise Garage, but it didn't last long due to getting drenched in sweat and lager too many times down the Locarno. Our Favourite Shop though was Rodney Thomas in the Arcade. At different times it catered for teds, punks, skins, mods and rude boys. After seeing Quadrophenia the movie you had to look properly sharp and Rodney was your man. Watch the cloth moth.
  10. CHEESLEY! Great header. Can't see us hanging onto this lead though, with their new signing Supermac up top.
  11. 0-0 HT. Could go either way I reckon.
  12. Good find! I'm not in the picture either but I did know a few of the people in it and used to hang out with them there sometimes. A lad called Pete there in the front centre. And that looks like Vice Squad bass player Mark Hambly at the back. The first time that I can recall it became a pretty big gathering was on the first anniversary of Sid Vicious' death, so about 40 years ago, then after that it was quite a regular get together for a while, including members of Lunatic Fringe, Disorder, Chaos UK etc. This was definitely in Merchant Street, just across from Castle park in the location of what is now the Gym. Opposite Cafe Nero at the entrance to the Galleries.
  13. I still have a copy of the Avon Calling LP on vinyl (as above, on Heartbeat Records), which I bought after John Peel featured it on his show for a week when it was released. First ever radio airplay for our very own (as in BCFC fans) Vice Squad, who hit the (relative) big time a couple of years later. I even had the free promo poster on my wall for years. Anyway I used to listen to this album over and over, it was a fantastic record which demonstrated how innovative and different and deliberately 'off-trend' Bristol artists were/are.
  14. There's always one
  15. Yes she will, lucky her. So what about you, any plans?
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