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Kevin

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“Contact me if interested (£10)”
11 Nov 2015
“Hi Paul, the whole magazine is on MDMA.
Front cover here;
www.mdmarchive.co.uk/artefact/11040/B...
06 May 2015
“Interesting that Mick Duffy suspected Slight Seconds of a duff review in City Fun. Not the case. I wasn't even aware of that until I just read it. One must assume he did like us until his paranoia took over.
Funny old article that had me chuckling.
As to what happened to Slight Seconds after the Manchester Collection album. Well..we continued gigging for a while and recorded one side of the Waiting Room album for Object.
We wilfully took our leave of the Collective because we felt, at the time, that it was leading nowhere. Without a manager gigs dried up but we kept rehearsing and writing up to mid 1980.
With Peter, the drummers, death we folded. I continued as 41 Degrees with one track on Do The Maru album for Object and an album's worth on Open Heart.”
21 Jan 2014
“Hello, I am in the picture (11th from the left, tall guy with glasses at the back). I am stood next to Mike Shaw (bass) and Peter Hibbert (drums) we were Slight Seconds.
The only other people I know in the picture are Louise Alderman (second from left), my auntie; and Martine Hilton (blonde, 5th from left).
Oh yes, I see Frank Ewart (4th from right) long hair with glasses, guitarist in Manchester Mekon.
I recognise some of the faces but names elude me...it is 30+ years ago :(”
31 May 2013
“Eeee by gum that takes me back. I was there! I was introduced to Viv by Pete Shelley.

Happy Days eh!”
03 Feb 2012
“My mistake. The old brain cells. It was 1977 and I was 18 that day. I was friends with Bob Dickinson (the keyboard player) and he was very nervous as this was Magazine's first full gig.”
10 Aug 2011
“Sad to hear about Leroy. He helped out at Revolution in April 1982 during the recording of 41 Degrees album. He was on some Job creation scheme and we had many talks and laughs about his time with Sweet Sensation.”
12 Mar 2010
“41 DEGREES – OPEN HEART (41-001)
1. PARADISE LOST
2. SILENT TOWNS
3. TONIGHT
4. ADAPTATION (For N.M.)
5. FORGOTTEN SPIRITS
6. WHITE FLOWERS
7. A HUMMING SOUND
8. WHO KNOWS TOMORROW?
9. THE SPIRIT MOVES
10. FACE TO FACE (Over and Out)
11. NOVEMBER

K.S.Eden: vocals (all except 4,11), bass (1,3,4,6,8,10,11), piano (1,2,7,10), Electric piano (7,10,11), percussion (1,5,10), guitars (2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10), synth (3,7,8,9,11), shehnai (4,11), tape (4), drums (6)
Tim Franks: drums (all except 2, 11)
Steve Miro: guitar (1, 5), Electric piano (1), synth (2), That (4), vocals (6, 8, 9), drum (6)
Martin Southern: synth (1, 2, 6), tape (3), electric piano (4), drum (6), vocals (8), bass (9), trombone (11)
Dave Lunt: guitar (4), bass (5, 11)
Stuart Pickering: vocal (8)

Words:
1,2 – Dave Coppenhall/K.S.Eden
3,10 – Dave Coppenhall
4,5: arr. K.S. Eden
6-9: K.S Eden

Recorded and mixed at Revolution Studios, Cheadle Hulme during April 1982
Engineered by Stuart Pickering
A 41 DEGREES PRODUCTION
Artwork by Dave Coppenhall”
24 Feb 2010
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13 Jan 2010
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05 Jun 2009

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Lancashire Hill Sunday School, Stockport 1 item