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Music groups in pubs

AnnS

knowlegable brummie
Certainly wasn't us we didn't do Albertross and you would be hard pushed to find anyone that would say we were very good!
They didn't do Albatross either, you need three guitarists for that don't you?

They covered Fleetwood Mac material from the Buckingham - Nicks era, Rumours etc.

Very strange really i heard them do all these wonderful songs but didn't realise at the time

where they came from.

It was some years later when i saw Fleetwood Mac in concert that the penny dropped.

I went to see them expecting to hear Albatross, but as Mick said that was another band.
 

Brianbrum

master brummie
They didn't do Albatross either, you need three guitarists for that don't you?

They covered Fleetwood Mac material from the Buckingham - Nicks era, Rumours etc.

Very strange really i heard them do all these wonderful songs but didn't realise at the time

where they came from.

It was some years later when i saw Fleetwood Mac in concert that the penny dropped.

I went to see them expecting to hear Albatross, but as Mick said that was another band.
Yep another era we all went our separate ways in 69 for marriages and children etc. I can still recall my two moments of fame. I was 'loaned out' to another band for a couple of weeks in 67 and had a gig in the support act for 'the Baron Knights' on my return we had a gig as the support act for the Foundations at the Plaza Rookery Rd but we couldn't go on the 2nd half because their roadies had damaged our equipment, but good memories all the same
 

oldbrit

OldBrit in Exile
Brilliant what did you play? It's great fun playing in a band ain't it
I am the alto sax player that's the reason I left for America in 1957 to try to get into the big bands, it never happened I was not then a US Citz all union jobs. gave up glad I did I would have been dead years ago
 

Brianbrum

master brummie
I am the alto sax player that's the reason I left for America in 1957 to try to get into the big bands, it never happened I was not then a US Citz all union jobs. gave up glad I did I would have been dead years ago
Aye I know what you mean but full marks for trying to follow your dream
 
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