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Post by humphrey » 26 Nov 2012 16:33

[link2new]radio recordings,Various.php[/link2new]

have a few more bits and pieces to add yet

anyone have anything that should be there?



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Post by duerson » 27 Nov 2012 22:45

That's brilliant, should keep me busy for a while there's loads there. I also remember them being interviewed by Craig Cash on the local radio in Stockport. Would have been either KFM of Signal Cheshire when they played Manchester in 1991 or 92 or thereabouts.

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Post by mrdisposablerazor » 21 Nov 2018 08:18

duerson wrote:
27 Nov 2012 22:45
I also remember them being interviewed by Craig Cash on the local radio in Stockport. Would have been either KFM of Signal Cheshire when they played Manchester in 1991 or 92 or thereabouts.
I found a tape of this interview yesterday which also includes acoustic versions of 'This Is Not A Song' and 'Laurence Olivier' at the end.
There was also an acoustic version of 'After All' before the start of the interview but I wasn't sure if it was part of this session or not so I'll upload it separately.

Interview plus acoustic tracks

After All (Acoustic)

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Post by humphrey » 21 Nov 2018 15:55

thanks for that mrdisposablerazor! :D :D

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Post by duerson » 25 Jun 2019 21:07

mrdisposablerazor wrote:
21 Nov 2018 08:18
duerson wrote:
27 Nov 2012 22:45
I also remember them being interviewed by Craig Cash on the local radio in Stockport. Would have been either KFM of Signal Cheshire when they played Manchester in 1991 or 92 or thereabouts.
I found a tape of this interview yesterday which also includes acoustic versions of 'This Is Not A Song' and 'Laurence Olivier' at the end.
There was also an acoustic version of 'After All' before the start of the interview but I wasn't sure if it was part of this session or not so I'll upload it separately.

Interview plus acoustic tracks

After All (Acoustic)
I’ve only just spotted this. Don’t suppose it’s possible to re upload. Would love to hear this!

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Post by humphrey » 25 Jun 2019 21:14