Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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Now?





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hittin play.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:36

Werth has a fine voice






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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby John aka Josh » 21 May 2021, 21:37

Shall keep going.



Lovely flute.
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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bouncebouncebounce

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby never/ever » 21 May 2021, 21:37

Just woke up to this news....

RIP Mike....

House on the Hill now playing in memoriam
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:37

Keith Gemmell (flute, saxes) is another talented musician sadly no longer with us - but what a legacy of great music





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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby kath » 21 May 2021, 21:38

they got their own freaky groooove goin awn is what

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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never/ever wrote:Just woke up to this news....

RIP Mike....

House on the Hill now playing in memoriam


Welcome Maarts




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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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never/ever wrote:Just woke up to this news....

RIP Mike....

House on the Hill now playing in memoriam


ya ya. ::smack::

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:38

kath wrote:they got their own freaky groooove goin awn is what


A very underrated and overlooked band





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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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really is primo flute action

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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kath wrote:they got their own freaky groooove goin awn is what



Yes, almost falling apart, but not.


Almost sounds like a conch after the drum solo before clearly becoming sax.
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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... wicked.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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John aka Josh wrote:
kath wrote:they got their own freaky groooove goin awn is what



Yes, almost falling apart, but not.


Almost sounds like a conch after the drum solo before clearly becoming sax.


i love this.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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and whammmmm

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby John aka Josh » 21 May 2021, 21:41

When the band returns after the sax section, post drum solo, I can just visualise an idiot dancer flailing manically!




Takes me back, this does.
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:42

Chris LMG and I had the pleasure of seeing one of their reunion gigs circa 2005 I think

Howard's voice was still as good!

They were supporting Man

A wonderful night





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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby Six String » 21 May 2021, 21:42

And I’m back, I think.
Gone to hell
Back by eight.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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John aka Josh wrote:When the band returns after the sax section, post drum solo, I can just visualise an idiot dancer flailing manically!




Takes me back, this does.


mwhahaha. i flail all the time, but it usually ends up with an ice pack and advil.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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C wrote:Chris LMG and I had the pleasure of seeing one of their reunion gigs circa 2005 I think

Howerd's voice was still as good!

They were supporting Man

A wonderful night





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It was excellent.

Full of music.