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Aqua - July 1977. Photo taken for the Levenshulme Reporter (free newspaper) regarding Aqua's one day tour of street partys for the Queens Silver Jubilee.
There were 3 in total starting at 11am in Burnage Congregational Hall, 3pm at a street party near Audley Rd in Levenshulme and 5 pm at a street party in Didsbury. This was our 1st gig for a lot of us, and whilst eating your triangle buttys with Tizer and jelly you would be treated to Prog Rock cover versions (Gong and Hawkwind) a couple of rock classics (crowd pleasers like 'All Right Now') and a very trendy 'God Save The Queen' (Sex Pistols version!), and 'Peaches' by The Stranglers.

We were just deciding who we were.

From left to right
Caroline western
Alan Hempsall (later of Crispy Ambulance)
Colin Seddon (Biting Tongues, Innersense Percusion)
Graham Clark (violin legend strangely not on the violin, Toolshed, Gong)
Gary Madely (Crispy Ambulance)
Graham Massey (strangely on the violin), Biting Tongues, 808 State, Toolshed etc.
Martin Heaton
Artefact added : 5th June 2007
by graham
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