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Andy Diagram (sitting ,Trumpet) and Stalwart(whats his real name Stewert?)Baritone sax. during a recording session for
a college project at the School of Sound Recording in Spirit Studios (Tariff ST).. The Tune Joe Zawinuls Dirrections,also included ,Graham Massey (producer ,Keyboards)Howard Walmsley(tenor and soprano sax) ,Richard Harrison (drums)
and Mark Derby(Bass).
Andy Diagram played with The Diagram Bros, James, The Spaceheads amongst others.
Stalwart must have played with a lot of people over the years
I can only come up with The Knives and Toolshed.oh and Spak Blit.someone tell us some Stalwart Storys?
Artefact added : 5th June 2007
by graham
sbilts Says –
The thing I remember most about Stalwart was his car..an ancient Lagonda which had a bus engine in it and the back was made of wood (whilst it was being refurbished ) it looked like the car the Anthill Mob or Bonnie and Clyde might drive..it looked great parked in Stockport Marketplace...He used to play in the Megaband which was a large band put together by Ian Brookes ,trumpet player and Landlord of the Manchester Arms and Bakers Vaults respectively.. I remember him busking in Stockport Precinct with a few others and they did a demo cassette I bought and still have (can't remember title but will find it) He had the biggest and smallest saxes you have ever seen and is a great player and very affable chap alas dont know what became of him
mark shaw Says –
Hi, I knew Stewart quite well, he gave me a couple of sax lessons and sent me on my way! The last I heard of him was that he had settled down (can't imagine Stewart settling can you?!) with a lady in Hebden Bridge. Mark Shaw
COMMENT ADDED 21st February 2008
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