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Date: Sunday, June 26th 2005 10:00pm 1119823200 (18 years 358 days ago)
Venue: The Racehorse
Location: 15 Abington Square Northampton England NN1
Telephone: 01604 604313
Admission: free
Wilson Headstone ( Pat Fish ) ( guitar, vocals ) , Misery Wilson ( Kathy Schaer ) ( bass ) , B-Man ( Ian Botterill ) ( MC ) , Agent Wilson ( Russell Cooper ) ( percussion ) , G-Man ( Steve Gordon ) ( stratocaster )
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Free admission. Wilson onstage at 10:00pm sharp. Drier than glastonbury.
Credit: pat

📝 Pat Says

No boats required! We said it would be drier than Glastonbury, didn't we? Another super night at the Racehorse for Wilson. Our projector made its live debut, running kung-fu movies and footage of...uh...Wilson over the band and the PA from Phoenix Soundworks performed admirably under severe pressure. The Importers got the show under way with a bright and tuneful set of original pirate material that certainly revealed their fondness for New Order. It was only their second ever show, but despite the occasional wobbly moment where band and backing track didn't quite see eye-to-eye, they acquitted themselves well. We shall surely be seeing more of them.

We've really taken to starting the set with Dark Agenda. It's just the right pace for getting us started, makes us feel all confident and in control of things. And so it went: MC Bot was in fine voice and the crowd was warm and friendly. Well, we were all warm, let's face it, except for Steve Bez, who had simply gone out and bought himself the biggest electric fan that he could find. Stevie G broke his bigfoot wah-wah pedal and I found myself obliged to finish Battle Time on an acoustic after breaking a string on my Burns. Apart from that, sweet as you like. So thanks to Phoenix Soundworks, Ash and John at the Racehorse, The Importers and everybody who came along.
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