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    Mike Jagger did a lot for Mars Bars...................

    Bob.........

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    saw them when they played Ashton Gate, back some 27 ish years ago, us lads in a car, no tickets sat outside in the park listening to Jake Giles band (or something like that) Centerfold and all that managed to blag are way in, and it was brilliant, really want to see them again, reckon its got to be Glastonbury this year...........just like The Who you cant beat quality whatever the year..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Stude View Post
    July 5th 1969 (I think) Rog. I was 15 at the time and Mum and Dad would have grounded me if they realised where me and my mates had gone.

    Can't match Gene Vincent and Eddie Cochran though.

    Saw Hawkwind at the IoW festival and played support to some upcoming rockabilly band called 'Shakin Stevens and the Sunsets' at the Cirius Club in Southgate in 1971.

    It's pretty hard to remember how rebellious it all was at the time. Nice to go back down memory lane though.
    July 1969, I knew that I remembered you from somewhere Al, did you sell all them Purple Hearts?

    Rog.
    If some's good, more's better and too much is just enough

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    Of the era, always thought the Kinks were way ahead of the Stones and Beatles, but I admire old Keef for not being, well, dead frankly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SG57 View Post
    July 1969, I knew that I remembered you from somewhere Al, did you sell all them Purple Hearts?

    Rog.
    I may have, but I must have bought them from you. I'm surprised Odgie hasn't chipped in yet!!!!

    Perhaps we should look at starting up a residential home for old **** hotrodders.

    The place would be oversubscribed and we could all tell each other tall tales.

    Hang on, that's a bit like here I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoJive 55 View Post
    Mike Jagger did a lot for Mars Bars...................

    Bob.........
    Thought that was Marianne Faithfull Bob.

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    Saw the Stones at Wembley about 82 (i think) suport bands were Black ahuru and J Giels Band. When Black Ururu were on it was raining, When J Giels came out the rain stopped, When the Stones came on the sun came out and a message came on the big screen that England had just won the football. Couldnt have made it up QUALITY.

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    The Stones have provided some great songs:-
    Start Me Up
    Brown Sugar
    Honky Tonk Woman
    Tumbling Dice
    Not the greatest guitar player our Keef favouring the 5 string variation of open G but has written some classic riffs on the above songs.
    Mick Taylor was a better guitarist but old Ronnie Wood fitted in well.

    Have to agree with Poncho tho that the Kinks were up there and vastly underrated.

    "It's Only Rock & Roll" but we like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Stude View Post
    Thought that was Marianne Faithfull Bob.
    Ture but MIke was eatting it ........



    Bob.......

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    "Mike" Jagger

    Taken straight from her autobiography:-

    "The Mars Bar was a very effective piece of demonizing," she wrote. "It was far too jaded for any of us even to have conceived of. It's a dirty old man's fantasy -- some old **** who goes to a dominatrix every Thursday afternoon to get spanked. A cop's idea of what people do on acid!"

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