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Saturday December 23rd 1972

friars aylesbury phase two - borough assembly hall, market square, aylesbury

friars aylesbury christmas party

stackridge inducted into the friars heroes hall of fame in 2009

exclusive pictures from this gig in the galleries

exclusive friars interview with mutter slater

Stackridge
Average White Band
 
related friars history (click on date)
Stackridge Saturday July 21st 1973 Saturday November 17th 1973 Saturday July 13th 1974 Saturday January 5th 1975 Saturday June 7th 1975 Saturday December 30th 1975 Friday September 26th 2014 Friars Dunstable   Saturday 30th June 1973 Friday 16th August 1974

Forever More (Alan Gorrie)  Friars Bedford  Friday January 15th 1971

 
setlist
Typical setlist at the time known to have included:   Lummy Days, Anyone For Tennis, Syracuse, Teatime, Dora, Purple Spaceships Over Yatton, Marzo, 32 West Mall, She Taught Me to Yodel, Let There Be Lids and Slark
 
band line up
Stackridge
Mutter Slater (flute/vocs)  Andy Davis (vocs/guitar/keys) Billy Sparkle (drums)  Jim "Crun" Walter (bass)  James Warren (guitar/vocs) Mike Evans (violin)
Average White Band
Alan Gorrie (bass)  Malcolm Duncan (sax)  Hamish Stuart (bass) Onnie McIntyre (guitar/vocs)  Roger Ball (sax)  Robbie McIntosh (drums)
 
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)
 

 
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what happened next
Stackridge are still going strong in 2013 with mostly the classic line up above. James Warren was part of the Korgis who had a huge hit with "Everybody's go to learn Sometime"

Average White Band did all right for themselves scoring some huge hits including the notable "Pick Up The Pieces". Robbie McIntosh died in 1974.

 
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Stackridge - Lummy Days 
 
 
Average White Band - Pick Up The Pieces
 
 
 

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