The Northampton show was good fun. Martin Stephenson was excellent, and his
guitarist, Joe Gillan, is so good that he had Max's jaw flapping around his
ankles. Of course, the boy Eider wasn't too much of a slouch himself. Pat
Byrne appeared during the first number, came up to the stage and said hello.
Then, astonishingly, he disappeared, leaving Max and me totally uncertain of
what song we were playing next. It turns out that Pat had come up to the
gig, and left his harmonicas at home! Oops! Anyway, we had a good old set,
which went something like this:
Soul Happy Hour
Goldfish (prehistoric version)
Baby, It's You
Just Like Bettie Page
Zombie Love Mayhem Upset
After the show we had a big party where the record decks didn't work.
It was fine. (Oh, and I got to throw somebody out, too!)