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Date: Sunday, December 8th 2002 1039334400 (15 years 9 days ago)
Venue: The Racehorse
Location: 15 Abington Square Northampton England NN1
Telephone: 01604 604313
Admission: free
Performers
Wilson Headstone ( Pat Fish ) ( guitar, vocals ) , Misery Wilson ( Kathy Schaer ) ( bass ) , B-Man ( Ian Botterill ) ( MC ) , G-Man ( Steve Gordon ) ( stratocaster ) , E-Man ( Curtis E. Johnson ) ( theremin-like machine ) , Agent Wilson ( Russell Cooper ) ( percussion )
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Winter Warmer
Being lucky enough to be within walking distance of the Racehorse, but being lazy enough to drive anyhow, I arrived in good time to allow my ears to defrost before the band took to the stage.

Cue the dry ice ! Hang on, that's just the general fug as it appears that I am the only non-smoker in the place. Then on roll Northampton's finest, with the usual faces making up the crowd, they take a while to warm up (not surprisingly!).

Botty seems strangely coherent! Good to see Curtis back behind the megaphone too.

Tonight's guitars fuse to create a Headstone Wall of Sound.

Great noise, and great new tune to round things off.

Keep up the racket !

Credit: NN1 (Wednesday, 11th of December 2002 - 15 years 6 days ago)
New Year;s Eve
We're a family of four (father and mother in their mid-fifties, son age 20 and daughter age15) looking for something to do New Year'sEve. We're in Norwich for christmas and know the Buxton Mill well.

Is your gig going to be suitable for us?

Credit: Jersey, Channel Islands (Sunday, 24th of November 2002 - 15 years 23 days ago)
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  • Winter Warmer
    andyzed1[at]-remove-yahoo - NN1
    11Dec2002 4:58 AM (15 years 6 days ago)
    Being lucky enough to be within walking distance of the Racehorse, but being lazy enough to drive anyhow, I arrived in good time to allow my ears to defrost before the band took to the stage.
    Cue the dry ice ! Hang on, that's just the general fug as it appears that I am the only non-smoker in the place. Then on roll Northampton's finest, with the usual faces making up the crowd, they take a while to warm up (not surprisingly!).
    Botty seems strangely coherent! Good to see Curtis back behind the megaphone too.
    Tonight's guitars fuse to create a Headstone Wall of Sound.
    Great noise, and great new tune to round things off.
    Keep up the racket !
  • New Year;s Eve
    gillianblanchet[at]-remove-hotmail.com - Jersey, Channel Islands
    24Nov2002 12:09 AM (15 years 23 days ago)
    We're a family of four (father and mother in their mid-fifties, son age 20 and daughter age15) looking for something to do New Year'sEve. We're in Norwich for christmas and know the Buxton Mill well.

    Is your gig going to be suitable for us?