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Added 5th June 2007 by Robin

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Fanzine
Dislocation Dance, Distractions, The Freshies, Night Visitors, The Out, The Things, The Victor Brox Blues Train, The Hamsters, F104
Rafters
1980

Gig guide sheet included in City Fun fanzine No. 24.

(If you know that any of the bands mentioned were from Manchester please add a comment below.)

Obviously, there are many venues on this but the site only allows for one!
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“Was it really 27 years next month since I played in F104 at the Commercial in Stalybridge,does'nt time fly.
Johnny Harper is a comedian and singer from Mossley and is still doing the rounds.My mate used to play bass in his backing band and when I went to see them once Johnny followed a women in the toilets,put the mike under the cubicle and all the club could here what she was doing !!.He calmly walked out, got back on stage and carried on singing.When the woman came out of the toilets the whole club stood up and gave her a round of applause !!.”
“The Hamsters were from Denton and are still playing in some format as Sick Nurse the singer is Moey who was at the first Pistols gig at the Lesser Free Trade Hall and is quoted in "I swear I was there"”
“The Charlie Parkas? Did they not play regularly at the Seymour in Seymour Grove in the late 70's. I think Stalwart was in them. Also Armed Force rings a bell. I think 992's First Drummer Mazz was in them. I saw them at the Russell Club a couple of weeks before the first Biting Tongues gig,it gave me the confidence I needed in a "we can do a lot better than that" sort of way...as they were pretty dire....”
“were the charlie parkas manc?”
“Weren't the Charlie Parkas a spin-off from Alberto y Lost Trios Paranoias?”
“Yes, the Charlie Parkas were a spin off - And they had a residency at The Lamplight Chorlton - not the Seymour
Charlie P”
“Im thinking of the Dizzy Gillespies (honestly)”
“The Out were from Manchester, mainly Stockport. My dad was the bass player, George Borowski on guitar and Paul Burgess on drums.”
18 May 2011
“No Mystery were from Stockport, Norman Beaker on guitar.
Cheaters were a Stockport band.
Achilles-if it's the same band-were a prog band from Warrington and friends with Jez Burtonshaw, who was briefly the soundman for Special 20.”
28 Aug 2014
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