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"Rubber Soul" was an event put on on 19th March 1992 at the Viewpoint Gallery, in the Old Fire Station on The Crescent, Salford - just opposite Salford University's Maxwell Hall. Big Block 454 (Pete Scullion on guitar and Colin Robinson on synths and Atari ST running Creator) provided backing music for a fashion show (featuring clothes made from rubber and wood - people wearing tree parts, basically) and then performed with improv band "Those Who Celebrate" and the Gestures dancers. A wonderful evening, actually.
Artefact added : 9th June 2007
by Big Block 454
Big Block 454 Says –
At this venue, Big Block 454 met up with film maker Les Howarth - eventually making two albums of music for his films. He also filmed the band performing at the Salford Centric multi-media event at St.Philip's Church on Chapel Street, Salford in 2002.
Big Block 454 Says –
"Those Who Celebrate" were also known as the "Ish Improvisers", I think.
COMMENT ADDED 16th June 2007
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