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Date: Friday, October 22nd 2004 1098403200 (18 years 342 days ago)
Venue: The Labour Club (Website)
Event: The Black Watch
Location: 95-97 Charles St Northampton England NN1 3BG
Admission: free
⭐ With
Pat Fish Solo ( guitar, vocals )
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Another gig to announce, a bit of a special one.

The Black Watch are coming from Los Angeles to play a festival in Liverpool, their first trip to play in the UK. As a warm-up date, they will be playing at The Labour Club, Charles Street, Northampton NN1 on Friday 22nd October 2004. Support will come from Pat Fish and his Last Ditch Karaoke Playboys. The doors will open at eight o'clock and admission will be free to all. It's a Masters of Budvar International Special Joint. Hopla!

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Credit: pat

πŸ“ Pat Says

Excellent night last night with John Andrew Frederick in full effect at the Labour Club. It was a vile night for weather and the joint was fairly sparsely populated when I went on to do my set. I felt a bit like the horrible old toothless drunk bloke shouting in the corner while people tried to have a nice, quiet beer. This is, of course, because I was that horrible old toothless drunk bloke shouting in the corner. Still, apart from falling entirely off the intro to Big Cats and having to start again, it all seemed to go quite well. There was, as Anita spotted, something of a Pink Floyd theme going on.

John came on solo and delivered a marvellous 45 minutes. The place filled up nicely as he played and he won the crowd over with a simple, direct and lovely delivery. His voice and guitar both sounded great and he played two or three well-deserved encores. I had forgotten just how good a song "Terrific" really is. No, really. I'll say it six times.

You know the rest. Large quantities of take-out Budvar, the usual suspects gathering at dead of night, nonsense getting talked. Agent Cooper set about demolishing the joint. Mr. Jack Daniels did much the same sort of a job on me.

Roll on November 5th...

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