Title: Beeston, Nottingham - 30th June 2017
Post by Pete Atkin on Today at 12:12
Many a thank to Colin Tucker for asking me to play at the Second Time Around Folk Club for organising it so well, and for getting such a good and friendly audience. I feel sure there must have been several there whose names I would have recognised, so I'm sorry I didn't get a chance to say hello. Anyway and for what it's worth, here's what I did --
The Way You Are With Me (gtr)
Have You Got A Biro I Can Borrow? (g)
The Beautiful Changes (g)
I See The Joker (keybd)
Touch Has A Memory (k)
Thief In The Night (g)
Carnations On The Roof (g)
Hill Of Little Shoes (k)
Beware of the Beautiful Stranger (g)
Time To Burn (k)
History and Geography (k)
Girl On The Train (g)
Stranger in Town (g)
Dancing Master (k)
The Flowers and the Wine (k)
Thirty Year Man (k)
The Colours of the Night (g)
Perfect Moments (k)
Laughing Boy (g)
(req) The Last Hill That Shows You All The Valley
Title: Re: Beeston, Nottingham - 30th June 2017
Post by Mike Walters on Today at 16:58
Well, I was there, along with my old friend and fellow MV Andy Victor. It was something of a sentimental journey for me since in our schooldays Andy and I used to be frequent attenders of various Nottingham folk-clubs (Andy still lives there and still is) and I remembered one or two of the club regulars from those days. Not only that, but the first time Andy and I saw Pete perform live was some forty years ago just down the road at Nottingham University SU.
Thought it was a terrific evening. Pete was on top form, a great mix of older and newer songs, and a very appreciative audience. I spoke to one or two people who hadn't been familiar with the songs previously who were really enthusiastic. Oh, and a rare outing for Stranger in Town, my favourite song from LL.
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