daveb10000 at NTLWORLD.COM
Tue Sep 2 08:13:08 EDT 2014
I haven't yet had a chance to see the reformed Pink Fairies myself, but am
hoping to do so next month. There are, however, a few YouTube clips of the
band from this year. For example:
Hope that helps a little.
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Sent: 02 September 2014 12:16
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Subject: Re: Sonic Attack
On Mon, 1 Sep 2014, Steve Freight wrote:
> Currently sitting at the 20th most purchased Album according to Amazon.
OK, this is enough to bring me out of my silence. Firstly I had
managed to miss this, and I am torn between being cross at it being still
another retread and delighted by what it actually *is*---I shall go for the
latter, I think. But also this got me looking at Mission Control for the
first time in a *long* time, thankfully still in time to find the notice
about Hawktoberfest and go, "The PINK FAIRIES?"
Sadly, Wikipedia, for want of a better source, tells me that this
Pink Fairies contains neither Larry Wallis nor Paul Rudolph (and not Twink
either, possibly for the best but he is apparently active again as I learnt
from Jerry Kranitz's Space-Rock Radio in Aural Innovations the other day,
leading me to webpages that say he is now trading as Mohammed Abdullah in
the name of a newly acquired Muslim faith!). In fact, it's basically the
last Deviants line-up, including Jacki Windmill, a second drummer and Andy
Colquhoun on guitar. Apparently this line-up did a couple of Fairies gigs in
May; did anybody see, was it fun? I would probably pay a quid or two extra
myself to have Ms Windmill not turn up, but otherwise I want not to be too
disappointed... Yours all, still out here,
Jonathan Jarrett "There is scarce any tradition or popular error
Medievalist historian but stands also delivered by some good author."
Birmingham (Sir Thomas Browne, "Pseudodoxia Epidemica", 1646)
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