Not as we know it at The Prince Albert


Fred had been ill and not been with us for a couple of weeks. Naturally, he hadn't wasted his time and brought us two new songs. The first was presumably called Cough, and its inspiration was obvious. The second was called I'm a Beaten Man. Without delving too deeply into the subject matter, I can divulge that pleasure involving whips and chains was involved.

Apart from a selection of tunes through the evening and songs from Richard, Dick and Dave H, we didn't have much that could be called folk music. Instead, the evening included Steely Dan & Pink Floyd (David & Simon), Billy Holiday & Joan Armatrading (Rosie & me), Everly Brothers (Martin) and The Hollies (Mike).

We'll be at Clayton's Bar in Marlow for the first time next week. It's opposite Platt's showroom. Parking is available in the car parks in Riley Road, behind the Waitrose/Sainsbury's site. Bring your George Harrison songs. It would help if you claimed them here so we don't all sing the same ones.

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