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Posted By: GUEST,Clive Pownceby
21-Nov-09 - 07:59 AM
Thread Name: Liverpool Folk Club 1970
Subject: RE: Liverpool Folk Club 1970
Sundry follow-up points; - I did indeed use a drum kit with Jack Ketch and still have it. I now play acoustic rockaboogie with the Lunchtime Legends. Sue Webster, our singer (featured on "The Gypsy's Wedding Day" mentioned a post or two back) used to say my Zyn rivet cymbal sounded like 'someone frying bacon.' I stopped using it - deeply wounded! Every now and again a JKB reunion is mooted but unless we can find Ken Dunlop..........
Tony Rosney is still with us - last saw him at a wake for Frank McCall. Dave Hockley sadly left us last year. More a poet than a singer.
I used to keep Martin Dunn's prized flute in our safe custody vault free of charge when I worked for Midland Bank. Fine musician and a gentle character - sometimes seen at Whitby Festivals.