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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 26 Jan 2024, 21:23

I love Peter B.

I got his latest book for Christmas.

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 26 Jan 2024, 21:24

Spock! wrote:
Neil Jung wrote:Any of you seen this lot live? C?




Either '76 or '77, supported Steve Hillage at the Hexagon, Reading.

Both excellent, I wasn't very familiar with Nat. Health at the time and preferred Hillage's set slightly.


Nice

I saw them at a Top Gear BBC recording at the Maida Vale Studios





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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 26 Jan 2024, 21:24

LMG wrote:I love Peter B.

I got his latest book for Christmas.


Nice!



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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 26 Jan 2024, 21:24

LMG wrote:Tricky time signatures!


truly. always changing, just amazing

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 26 Jan 2024, 21:25

Jimmy Hastings (Caravan etc) clarinet



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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 26 Jan 2024, 21:25

this gweetar just slices in

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Hightea » 26 Jan 2024, 21:25

C wrote:
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C wrote:Phil Miller was a tremendous guitarist

Incidentally, the band was named after Dave Stewart's National Health spectacles


Evening Chris and welcome

*chink*



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ha never knew that


Good day Steve and a very warm welcome



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hey had to stop by for NH!
Phil and Pip
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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 26 Jan 2024, 21:25

kath wrote:
LMG wrote:Tricky time signatures!


truly. always changing, just amazing


Wonderful stuff


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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 26 Jan 2024, 21:26

my foot is hyperbouncebouncebouncin mwhahaa

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 26 Jan 2024, 21:26

Hightea wrote:
C wrote:
Hightea wrote:ha never knew that


Good day Steve and a very warm welcome



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Hey C
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Phil and Pip
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groovy pic!!

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 26 Jan 2024, 21:27

This book will aid you to see the world anew.

Guarantee.

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 26 Jan 2024, 21:27

go awnnnn with the freak

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 26 Jan 2024, 21:27

Hightea wrote:
C wrote:
Hightea wrote:ha never knew that


Good day Steve and a very warm welcome



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Hey C
hey had to stop by for NH!
Phil and Pip
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Nice Steve / is that from the 1990 Live by Hatfield and The North?

I recognise Pip’s shirt!




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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Hightea » 26 Jan 2024, 21:28

Spock! wrote:
Neil Jung wrote:Any of you seen this lot live? C?




Either '76 or '77, supported Steve Hillage at the Hexagon, Reading.

Both excellent, I wasn't very familiar with Nat. Health at the time and preferred Hillage's set slightly.


I wish been listening to them since the albums came out. Sadly they never came to America.

Have see Hatfield, In Cahoots(Phil's band), Pip's band also.

damn they are jamming in odd time signatures - how the hell they doing that. amazing

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Hightea » 26 Jan 2024, 21:28

C wrote:
Hightea wrote:
C wrote:
Good day Steve and a very warm welcome



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Hey C
hey had to stop by for NH!
Phil and Pip
Image


Nice Steve / is that from the 1990 Live by Hatfield and The North?

I recognise Pip’s shirt!




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Nope this is Hatfield in 2006 at Nearfest.
guess Pip likes that shirt! lol

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 26 Jan 2024, 21:29

Hightea wrote:
Spock! wrote:
Neil Jung wrote:Any of you seen this lot live? C?




Either '76 or '77, supported Steve Hillage at the Hexagon, Reading.

Both excellent, I wasn't very familiar with Nat. Health at the time and preferred Hillage's set slightly.


I wish been listening to them since the albums came out. Sadly they never came to America.

Have see Hatfield, In Cahoots(Phil's band), Pip's band also.

damn they are jamming in odd time signatures - how the hell they doing that. amazing


It is astonishing.

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 26 Jan 2024, 21:29

Hightea wrote:
damn they are jamming in odd time signatures - how the hell they doing that. amazing


it is amazing and phenomenal!!! forsooth

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 26 Jan 2024, 21:30

I have owned this album since the last century.

It takes an evening like this to appreciate it.

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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Spock! » 26 Jan 2024, 21:33

Locked in with the bass. Fab.

Bass drops out, dig the guitar.


Keyboards a sonic stream.
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Re: PSL: National Health, Friday 26th Jan @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 26 Jan 2024, 21:33

LMG wrote:I have owned this album since the last century.

It takes an evening like this to appreciate it.


i first heard it during a listen here however long ago, and i loved it. it hit me right away and never let me go. sometimes very complex changing music takes me a play or three. not this. i just love it. it is tasty


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