Menu
Live Performance

Details

Date: Sunday, 25th of September 2005 1127631600 (11 years 214 days ago)
Venue: The Soundhaus
Location: 76-92 Great Russell Street Northampton England NN1 3BU
Telephone: 07974 885450
Admission: £4:00
With
Performers
Pat Fish ( guitar, vocals ) , Russell Cooper ( percussion )

Notes

Sunday 25th September - The Soundhaus, Great Russell Street, Northampton

Who's Playing: Slipstream, Pat Fish and Paul Cox/Joe Woolley

Admission £4:00 - Info 07974 885450

Sponsored by Spiral Archive Records, Abington Sq, Northampton -
Artist Website: www.spiralarchive.com

Pat Says

It was me, Russell and, for the bold part of the show, the DAT player.

Reviews

Big Sunday
I don't know much, but one of the things I do know is that you aren't supposed to have this much fun on a Sunday night!

What SHOULD happen on a Sunday evening? :

Have your weekly bath in front of the fire? Yes!

Watch Joe Woolley nearly destroy his guitar in an unprovoked frenzy? No!

Iron a shirt for the morning? Yes!

Listen to Pat, unshackled from being the Butcher or Headstone, treat us to a medley of tracks spanning the decades AND with Misery Wilson by my side? No!

Curl up in front of Last of the Summer Wine with a bottle of cyanide? Yes!

Be aurally assualted by arguably one of the finest and most expansive bands from these here parts? No!

Great night enjoyed by the masses in attendance. To all those who stayed at home with Nora Batty - YOU GOT WHAT YOU DESERVED!

Now where is that iron??


Credit: NN1 (Sunday, 16th of October 2005 - 11 years 193 days ago)

Played

Visitor Feedback
Visitors' comments for this page [Add your own]
  • Big Sunday
    andyzed1[at]-remove-yahoo.co.uk - NN1
    16Oct2005 11:55 AM (11 years 193 days ago)
    I don't know much, but one of the things I do know is that you aren't supposed to have this much fun on a Sunday night!
    What SHOULD happen on a Sunday evening? :

    Have your weekly bath in front of the fire? Yes!

    Watch Joe Woolley nearly destroy his guitar in an unprovoked frenzy? No!

    Iron a shirt for the morning? Yes!

    Listen to Pat, unshackled from being the Butcher or Headstone, treat us to a medley of tracks spanning the decades AND with Misery Wilson by my side? No!

    Curl up in front of Last of the Summer Wine with a bottle of cyanide? Yes!

    Be aurally assualted by arguably one of the finest and most expansive bands from these here parts? No!

    Great night enjoyed by the masses in attendance. To all those who stayed at home with Nora Batty - YOU GOT WHAT YOU DESERVED!

    Now where is that iron??