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On the bottom of the page of the Look Twice article is a “Buzz Chart” which must have been a weekly thing in The Evening News. The other “Buzz Chart” is from sometime in late ’88.Had that Fallover 24 12”, must be at my sister's....And Toss The Feather’s at The 32 Club; a lively bunch.Used to go up there quite often on a Sunday; sometimes The Irish Club or St., Brendan’s on Chester road ,just for a sesh. Dub Sex single with "Instead of Flowers" on the B side; powerful stuff.There’s a good mention of Yargo, how they’d been working with Arthur Baker in New York......sod it, I’ll just upload it.
Artefact added : 16th October 2010
by dubwise-er
BrendanJabbers Says –
I still have a tape of Toss the Feathers at the International, supporting Mary Margaret O'Hara I think (and what a gig that was). They were a great band, a unique blend of Manc and Irish, and great musicians. I wonder what happened to them?
COMMENT ADDED 17th October 2010
graham Says –
Paddy Steer and Phil Kirby were busy boys that week
buzzing on 2, 3, and 5.
COMMENT ADDED 19th October 2010
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