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I got a text from Carl 2bob on Friday evening asking if I'd be able to FILL IN at their regular acoustical night on Sunday, so of course i said yes... little knowing the DANGER it would put me in for LO! I always go there via the DLR and have to change at Canary Wharf... or, rather, TORCHWOOD TOWER!

There appeared to be some building works going on, i decided not to investigate (etc)... actually, to be honest, I really DID get quite excited about being there, and let me say here and now, HEY HEY, after yet another FOOTBALL disappointment the BEST EPISODE OF DOCTOR WHO: EVER was JUST what i need to cheer me RIGHT up. Crikey, the Living Rooms of Britain must have RUNG to the sound of people going "WARGH!! DALEKS! ARGH!!" at about 7.43pm on Saturday. I know ours did!

ANYWAY, it was a slightly quiet evening, as it turned out, and also very HOT, but also rather pleasant. Here's what I played:
  • Better Things To Do
  • The Perfect Love Song
  • Dino At The Sands
  • It Only Works Because You're Here
  • Moonlight Bay
  • The Saturday Lunchtime Wrestlers
  • The Fight For History
  • The Peterborough All-Saints' Wide Game Team (Group B)
  • The Lesson Of The Smiths

  • I also treated the assemblage to my David Beckham Impersonation and enjoyed Actually Quite A Lot of BANTER. Also also a bloke clapped along with a couple of songs, and i managed NOT to accelerate feverishly for a change. It was GOOD!

    Afterwards I had a DELICIOUS CORONA BEER (beer of choice CHEZ NOUS at the moment), chatted to some very nice people, then got the TRAIN OF DANGER home. It was NICE!

    posted 3/7/2006 by MJ Hibbett

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