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PARTINGTON ROCK AGAINST RACISM
BAND : THE CURBS

Pete Taylor & Militant Frank organised a Partington R.A.R. gig in their own town.
The very next day, 10th February 1979, The Curbs had great pleasure supporting Manchester post-punk band, Joy Division at the Bolton Institute of Technology.

14.12.1978 : Photo of the Manchester RAR team at Kelly's, Manchester.
Partington's Militant Frank Manley (far left) & Alan Stonehewer (far right).
Chris Griffin (Manchester Mekon), Anita Waters, Tony Jawando (Centre L to R).
Special thanks to Bernie Wilcox for reminding me of Chris, Anita & Tony's names.

The Curbs were a R.A.R. band based in Knott Mill
TJ Davidson's (Rehearsal and Recording Studio)
35, Little Peter Street, Knott Mill, Manchester M15

Pete Taylor - Vocals & Bass Guitar (Partington)
Mike Cross - Lead Guitar (Oldham)
Stuart Cross - Drums (Oldham)
Phil Painter - Roadie and Driver (Partington)
Dawn was Stuart's girlfriend (London)
Sound Engineer - Alan Stonehewer (Partington)
Artefact added : 22nd September 2019
by curbsfan
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