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Date: Wednesday, March 2nd 2005 9:00pm 1109797200 (19 years 117 days ago)
Venue: The Labour Club (Website)
Event: Masters of Budvar present
Location: 95-97 Charles St Northampton England NN1 3BG
Admission: free
⭐ With
Pat Fish Solo ( guitar, vocals )


I'm playing an acoustic gig. As in really acoustic: no amps, no microphones, no nothing. Just me and an acoustic guitar. Oh, and maybe Joe Woolley and another acoustic guitar. It's part of Joe's Beat Wednesday season at the Labour Club. The nights take place upstairs in the Keir Hardie Room: soft furnishings, warm and cosy vibration, candlelight...and a ring of fire around the stage!

Wednesday 2nd March 2005 - The Labour Club NN1 - 9:00pm - Free
Credit: pat

πŸ“ Pat Says

A nice evening at Joe's Beat Wednesday club last week. I missed the earlier acts, engaged as I was in watching the mighty Tottenham running the legs off a hapless Nottingham Forest, but arrived in time to see the best set so far by Ghost Train. They really do have a spring in their step now and delivered a wonderful and well-received set.

I played my set on Curtis' rather lovely Yamaha acoustic, accompanied by Joe Woolley on acoustic lead. After Ghost Train it all felt a bit dirgey and heavy-handed, but it went down well enough and ended up finishing in a near-riot as certain senile delinquents forced us into a spirited little rendition of the TVP's "Part Time Punks" wherein everything got spilled on the floor.
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🎼 Played

Set 1
1. Play It All Night Long (Warren Zevon)
2. Scarlett
3. Girls Say Yes
4. It Has To Be You ( Max Eider )
5. It Ain't Me, Babe (Bob Dylan)
6. Angels
7. Part-Time Punks (TV Personalities)
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