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About nnsc

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  • Birthday 02/09/1956

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  1. Nice to see the old Northern Baths in the top right photo!
  2. Saw ELO at the Ice Stadium on Sunday and what a spectacular show it was. 13 musicians all in time playing all the greatest hits. Stand out tunes: 10358 Overture and Mr Blue Sky. Did anyone else on here go to see them?
  3. No I don't, I never got the laserdisc bug. Of course I have the EP, LP (mono, Stereo) and DVD of MMT. Blue Jay Way i must admit, although inventive is not one of my most played and there is a big difference in the mixes between mono and stereo.
  4. Dave Mann's shop is great if you're into guitars, ukuleles or harmonica's. The service is second to none too.
  5. Maybe the person who took the photo was wrong about the year! Anyway I've tracked down the posters displayed on the wall - see below This one isn't quite the same but maybe the film was renamed 'Revenge' in this country?
  6. Ian according to the photographer, who gave me the photo it was taken just prior to Britains involvement in WW2.
  7. I think Faust released the Faust Tapes on Virgin. Groundhogs with Tony McPhee did an album called Split. Heard of the James Gang but have nothing by them.
  8. Wow, that's some collection you've got there!
  9. Nice photo Ian, you just can't beat a good music collection no matter what someones personal taste is!
  10. What a ridiculous statement for a manager to make: "I'm not happy," added Kewell. "I'm frustrated because I knew what Exeter were going to bring. They changed their whole team up to suit how we play." seems like the Exeter manager did what he's supposed to do!
  11. I have to thank that man presenting the Captain with his award for indirectly introducing me to many many great friends. He is J. E. Pendleton the founder of Northern Swimming Club in 1908. Without that Club I wouldn't have such a wonderfully rich life that I have now, I salute you Mr Pendleton.