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    Here's what I looked like in the mid-'70s:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    Here's what I looked like in the mid-'70s:

    I KNEW I recognised you - you're the Maxell advert man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian7633 View Post
    We played mainly original stuff, Manic Street Preachers/Terrorvision style and a few covers from Hendrix, The Who, Aerosmith and some more obscure songs too. I played in another band as well that was purely 60's/70's covers. That was great fun and our vocalist was the former Lib Dem MP Norman Baker. That band is still going but Norman and the drummer are the only original members.
    Yep...it's great fun...I was on the road for 11 years in a Blues Band called Ten Bob Blind...Keyboards/backing vocals...the odd occasion out front on Rhythm guitar/ harmony vocals with the lead singer...A heart attack put pay to the lot...at 37...too much drink..fags, takeaway food,working day job...and working in the band till the early hours...Bugger...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    Here's what I looked like in the mid-'70s:

    Straight out of Rising Damp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    1989 with my then girlfriend

    You look like a couple of extras from Only Fools and Horses. Or maybe an early episode of Eastenders in the Vic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence001 View Post
    Straight out of Rising Damp!
    I actually think in that picture Joe looks like a young Jim Davidson!





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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Then and now!......

    1979 at the tender age of 17. Was supposed to be doing my mock A-level Physics exam but I was getting a much more useful education at the Capital Radio Jazz Festival at the Ally Pally. Check out the line-up in the programme below.

    Im the one on the bottom left.






    40 years later on holiday in Italy with my daughter Beth.
    Im doing a bad Samuel L Jackson impersonation to protect my little bald head from the sun.





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    Photo cropped so no one sees yer old man peeping out of your shorts. Good idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    1989 with my then girlfriend

    She looks very impressed that you could tell her what time it is in Hong Kong
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Photo cropped so no one sees yer old man peeping out of your shorts. Good idea
    One has to maintain a semblance of decorum after all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    She looks very impressed that you could tell her what time it is in Hong Kong
    Was one of those databank watches, you got a little keyboard to plug it into, totally f***ing useless.

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