"Who is Lord Sitar?"

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Re: "Who is Lord Sitar?"

Postby Fonz » 02 May 2019, 06:40

NMB wrote:I used to work with Big Jim's wife, a very nice lady. Jim used to play a monthly gig in his local pub so I went to that quite frequently. I've never heard the Lord Sitar album though.


Which pub?
I saw him a couple of times, with Herbie Flowers on bass, in a pub just outside Midhurst, about 25 years ago.

The Royal Oak
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Re: "Who is Lord Sitar?"

Postby Snarfyguy » 02 May 2019, 07:59

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Re: "Who is Lord Sitar?"

Postby NMB » 02 May 2019, 14:58

Fonz wrote:
NMB wrote:I used to work with Big Jim's wife, a very nice lady. Jim used to play a monthly gig in his local pub so I went to that quite frequently. I've never heard the Lord Sitar album though.


Which pub?
I saw him a couple of times, with Herbie Flowers on bass, in a pub just outside Midhurst, about 25 years ago.

The Royal Oak


I can't remember which pub it was but Midhurst sounds about right.
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