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Subject: The Law Of The Near And Middle East: Readings, Cases, And Materials


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Date Posted: 21:44:21 03/21/14 Fri




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Subject: Forfar, Brechin And Edzell (OS Explorer Map Active)


Author:
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Date Posted: 17:37:40 03/21/14 Fri




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Subject: Hidden Joy In A Dark Corner: The Transforming Power Of God's Story


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Date Posted: 17:37:01 03/21/14 Fri




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Date Posted: 17:35:09 03/21/14 Fri




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Subject: The Audubon


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Date Posted: 17:33:46 03/21/14 Fri




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Subject: Consumer Transactions: 1978 Supplement


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Date Posted: 17:31:53 03/21/14 Fri




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Subject: Steve Ferrone


Author:
Hamish (Superfabulous.)
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Date Posted: 08:43:06 01/25/14 Sat

Just got back from Los Angeles after playing at Steve Ferrone's induction to the Drummer's Hall Of Fame. The band was sensational. Molly Duncan came and played Tenor sax, as only he does. Larry Williams (Al Jarreau's musical director) was on alto sax. Hadn't seen Larry in a long time and last time we played together was in Switzerland when we recorded Chaka's "Whatcha Gonna Do For Me" album. Another old friend, who played in Tokyo with me last summer, Will Lee was on bass and a super funky Oz Noy on guitar. Steve's bandmate from "The Heartbreakers" Benmont Tench was on keys plus Dave Green on percussion and backing vocals which the wonderful Steve Perry (the soulful Journey vocalist joined in on. It was a bit of a tease as we only played half an hour, so we must do it again.
The honouree was on top form as usual and we had the luxury of "Questlove" joining Steve to play drums on the last couple of tunes. What a groove!
A great way to kick off the year after a lovely Sunday the 12th at Ronnie Scott's. There will be a lot of stuff happening this year, including a new website,so look out!

Cheers for now,
Hamish
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Subject: Dundee Rep


Author:
Tom Carr
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Date Posted: 05:48:29 02/03/14 Mon

Spotted a new gig at Dundee Rep on 28 June 2014.

Now I'm wondering who'll be on Sax?????
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Subject: Steve Ferrone


Author:
David Pearce
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Date Posted: 06:07:32 01/30/14 Thu

Hamish

It was really sad to see one time AWB drummer Steve Ferrone take the opportunity to poke fun at the current day Average White Band. His snide remark about the other Average White Band was really uncalled for. What I found even sadder was you laughing along with Steve Ferrones assumption that because you were one of three AWB originals present on stage (Hamish, Molly & Steve) that you all had in some way a greater legitimacy then the Gorrie/McIntyre AWB version.

Perhaps Steve should take a leaf out of his own book and keep it in the pocket. His sarcastic aside should have been left unsaid given his apparent disapproval of the band that he once played in. Yea, Stevie boy should really have kept it to himself instead of using one of his numerous drum master class performances to sneer.

But anyway who knows how things might have turned out for the band had Steve not replaced the late great and original AWB drummer Robbie Mackintosh who could do everything and more than any drummer of his generation.

Funkable Fulham Dave
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Subject: Carnegie Hall Dunfermline 7th February 2014


Author:
Stevie (Happy New Year)
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Date Posted: 15:05:35 01/08/14 Wed

Hi there...for info...just seen that Hamish and the band are playing at the Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline on 7th February as part of the Fife Jazz Festival. Molly Duncan is guesting with them too!! First road trip of 2014...bring it on!!
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Subject: Let It Snow


Author:
keith (Happy Christmas)
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Date Posted: 01:13:28 12/08/13 Sun

Its that time of year again where I dust the Let It Snow CD and pop it on the player.
Subject: Alan Ramsey


Author:
Dougie Biggart
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Date Posted: 15:28:11 08/10/12 Fri

Hi Hamish, many years have passed since Clarkston Road, I've been in touch with Alan Ramsey recently and over the years and remained great friends. Have followed your career with admiration and would love to come to one of your gigs. Alan now retired and we should get him to a gig.

Regards

Dougie Biggart
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Subject: Southampton.


Author:
Hamish (Deelite!)
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Date Posted: 12:56:50 10/20/13 Sun

Hey Mick,
Yes it was an excellent night, made all the better by seeing my old compadre, your brother Joe. we had a great spell together many years ago and created a special bond.
We had a special four piece band there. That time will always be special.
Best.
Hame
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Date Posted: 11:45:35 09/15/13 Sun

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Subject: 606 Club


Author:
Hazel Farrell
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Date Posted: 08:23:43 06/03/13 Mon

Just received a message from Tony O'Malley about the night of 26th May at The 606 Club. Hamish added a three piece brass section to his usual line-up which went down well. Seemingly the whole evening was good for both musicians and audience. Tony O'Malley played the grand piano. Knew that Tony plays at The Chichester Inn sometimes and now know that Hamish also does - maybe one to look out for.
Anybody got other venues and dates to add?
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  • Re: 606 Club -- keith linton (happy), 03:09:59 08/08/13 Thu
    • Re: 606 Club -- michael breen (southampton gig), 03:09:11 09/15/13 Sun
Subject: Darvel 2014


Author:
Neil and Sheila Mckenna
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Date Posted: 11:31:52 06/27/13 Thu

Hi Hamish...as always hope you are well...would be great if you could come back up to Darvel for our 'Homecoming' Soul, Blues and Jazz extravaganza in early May 2014 with the band plus the Dundee horns?...please reply to darvelmusic@gmail.com...fond regards Neil and Sheila xx
Subject: Cinnamon Club


Author:
Hazel Farrell (What a night!)
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Date Posted: 02:43:10 05/19/13 Sun

Friday 17th May - what a wonderful evening at The Cinnamon Club in Bowdon. The atmosphere before the show was buzzing with excitement and then the electricity generated by Hamish and his world class musicians was spell binding. We were lucky to have: Steve Pearce on bass, Adam Phillips lead guitar, Ralph Salmins on drums and Ross Stanley on keyboards - all in good spirits, enjoying the performance and once again working with the maestro. Hamish also saying that it was always a pleasure and a privilege to work with these guys - ever the generous performer.
Started the first set with 'Watcha Gonna do for Me' good energetic opener from Hamish with backing vocals from Steve and Adam. Spanned the decades from the forties with 'We'll Catch up Some Other Time'- firm favourite now plus others which we expect and look forward to and then a new one 'Cherry Blossom' oriental influence which hopefully will be recorded.
'Person to Person' with added new vocals and an encore which included 'Pick up the Pieces' (don't we just love it -I do every time) sending us out very happy.
The Scots (including Hamish's brother David) were represented - the pride of Scotland showing on their faces.
Steve Quirk (Fusion Flavours/Hot FM) played some great spins as usual - adding greatly to the atmosphere.
Another opportunity to see Hamish and the boys is the 25th Anniversary of the 606 Club in Chelsea - forty bands over twelve days when they will play on 26th May - Tony O'Malley also on the bill on that night. Jim Mullen to play on 25th May. Unfortunately we can't make it (boo hoo).
So, who also was there last Friday at The Cinnamon Club? We had a terrific night didn't we?
Best to all Hazel Farrell Manchester
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Subject: Three Gigs in May


Author:
Hazel Farrell (Good News!)
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Date Posted: 02:29:01 03/20/13 Wed

Hello everybody! My friend Steve Quirk (hotfm)told me about the following Hamish Stuart Band gigs to take place in May - they are:
The Brook in Southampton 12th May, Pizza Express Soho 16th May and my 'local' Cinnamon Club in Bowdon Cheshire 17th May. Didn't want anybody to miss out on these dates, hence this message. Personally - I'm delighted!
Hazel Farrell Manchester
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Subject: Hoochie Coochie, Newcastle


Author:
Keith Linton (Very Happy)
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Date Posted: 06:29:18 02/07/13 Thu

Hamish thanks for coming to Newcastle with the boys it was a very enjoyable night and even though a rewrite of Midnight Rush on the night it was well worth the wait. I hope you enjoyed my home town and I look forward to your return however maybe Ill catch you somewhere else this year please post your gig dates.
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Subject: CUT THE CAKE by AVERAGE KIDS BAND


Author:
Louis
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Date Posted: 11:22:14 03/08/13 Fri

Heres Cut The Cake from The AVERAGE KIDS BAND LOL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ED-cpkYbptg
Subject: Hoochie Coochie


Author:
keith linton (happy)
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Date Posted: 03:18:38 10/26/12 Fri

Hoochie Coochie, Newcastle
Saturday 26th January 2013
Ex Average White Band frontman brings his new band to Hoochie Coochie
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Subject: Let it Snow!


Author:
keith linton (Seasons greetings to all)
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Date Posted: 01:35:27 11/28/12 Wed

Its that time of year again when we look for the Let it Snow CD.
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Subject: Dundee


Author:
Keith Linton (Row 8 in the middle)
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Date Posted: 01:17:23 11/26/12 Mon

Just reminiscing about Thursdays gig in Dundee what a great night and so pleased that three musicians reunited and enjoyed themselves then it struck me the last time I saw the original AWB line up, at Newcastle City Hall, was the night JR Ewing got shot in the show Dallas strange that this week end Larry Hagman who portrayed JR Ewing left this life for a better one we hope.
Looking forward to the Newcastle gig with anticipation that Mr Thomas, Mr Harvey , Mr Pearce and the Dundee Horns are available for the gig.
I know what a dreamer I am!
Subject: HSB + Dundee Horns


Author:
Robert Stuart (reflecting)
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Date Posted: 04:19:40 11/24/12 Sat

The last time I saw this was the 'Feel No Fret' tour in 1979 at Glasgow Apollo, and I never thought I would see it again but last Thursday I saw Hamish reunited with the Dundee Horns of Roger Ball and Molly Duncan, and what an event it was.

To see three definitely older, and probably wiser, men on stage having fun and laughing even when some numbers kinda fizzled out rather than ended ... even the mistakes were fun. We don't know what was or wasn't said over the years since the sad demise of AWB, but it doesn't matter. This was three old friends having a whale of a time in each others company (and the considerable talents of the other HSB members)and we were fortunate enough to witness it.

Thanks Guys ... now if this and Darvel could become annual events then maybe I'd believe there is a Santa after all.

Merry Christmas to all, see you in 2013.
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Subject: Dundee 22 November


Author:
Grant
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Date Posted: 08:04:08 10/19/12 Fri

Word on the street is that Hamish is playing in Dundee on 22nd November, joined by the original Dundee Horns.
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Subject: Guests


Author:
Hamish
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Date Posted: 00:57:47 09/26/12 Wed

Hi, Glad Mini mOare Music was enjoyed. I certainly had a ball as usual. It was nice to have my youngest 'Emma' back with us again,after missing last year as she was competing in the U.S. national gospel choir competition in Florida, which her college choir won!
Just before her set with me this year we had a little guest "blues jam" with my nephew Ally on drums, also the original 'Hamish Stuart Band' keyboard player Andy Wallace, a friend from Glasgow Dave king, on one guitar and a myself on another, plus two American friends who came over for the festival, Harley Hamm on Guitar and last but not least Miles (that's what I'm talkin' bout) Elliot on the bass. It was a little unrehearsed thing that I thought would be fun to do.
To everybody who was there, thanks for coming and hope you all enjoyed it. There are loads of pics from both days on the mOare Music twitter page.
Best.
Hamish
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Subject: Thank you


Author:
Joanna Hurley-Brown
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Date Posted: 05:25:30 09/21/12 Fri

Hi Hamish - Just a short line to say thank you so much for a wonderful music festival, great bands and great organisation. Just one question - who were your American
guests on day two. Would love to know. Guess we'll see you and the band sometime soon. Enjoy your holiday.
Bestest of wishes to you and Claire from Joanna and Patrick
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Subject: Gig


Author:
Keith Linton
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Date Posted: 03:25:20 08/14/12 Tue

I take it you wont be joining the boys in Hyde Park?
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Subject: Any London Area Shows Planned for March 2013?


Author:
Joe Doyle
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Date Posted: 14:33:23 08/27/12 Mon

Hi Hamish,

I'll be in London in March 2013 and would love to see you gig somewhere. I'll be there with my wife and two adult sons who have been exposed since birth to my extensive AWB collection. They want to go to Bristol to see drum n bass, but they will indulge their old man if you are playing somewhere.

I've been a BIG fan since 1973 and have seen countless AWB shows. My best memory, though, is working security for the AWB dressing room at Radio City Music Hall in 1978(?. The opening act was Luther, AWB next then Mavin Gaye was the headliner... I worked most of the shows, and I had to turn away scores of gorgeous women who wanted me to let them in to meet you!

At that show you were kind enough to give me a promotional packet of pen @ ink illustrations of all the members of the band, and I got all the guys to sign them for me. I still have them!

I'm going to see the reformulated AWB this Sept in San Diego... only Alan and Onnie are originals. Unfortunately Klyde Jones left the band for this tour... I thought he brought back the "Hamish Stuart" spirit when he sang your parts...

Hope to see you again sometime... and maybe share a pint!

Cheers for now,

Joe Doyle
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Subject: Hamish on Jazz FM


Author:
Hazel Farrell (Thought that you may like to know...)
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Date Posted: 08:31:46 08/28/12 Tue

Nothing from me for a long time but thought that you may all like to know about Hamish speaking with Gary King on Jazz Travels 6p.m. Tuesday 28th August on Jazz FM. Yes, it's tonight but if you miss it, you can catch up later I'm sure.
Best to Hamish and to all like minded friends.
Hazel Farrell Manchester
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Subject: Correction about Jazz FM


Author:
Hazel Farrell (Oops!)
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Date Posted: 08:50:33 08/28/12 Tue

Correction about Hamish being on Jazz Travels - it's with Robbie Vincent. I've just returned from Colne RnB Festival and not firing on all cylinders - head full of music. Hazel
Subject: Midnight Rush new 7" single


Author:
Markus den Boer
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Date Posted: 22:46:51 07/20/12 Fri

Dear Hamish,

I just found on eBay a new single release with remixes of your songs "Midnight Rush" and "Is What It Is". To be honest, I was really thrilled! Just wondering why you dont put any information on your website about this release, or isnt this a legit item?

Its great to hear that you are planning a new album and that it might be released in 2013! Im really looking forward to it. Of course it would be great to see you again live in Germany. Its now nearly 11 years ago I have seen you together with Robbie McIntosh & Gordon Haskell in the Star Club in Mhlheim, Germany. It was a fantastic evening and it was great to have the opportunity for a short talk afterwards. Thanks!

Kind regards

All The Best

Markus
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Subject: ?


Author:
Keith Linton
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Date Posted: 06:56:03 04/10/12 Tue

JJ2?
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  • Re: ? -- Hamish, 10:15:44 04/10/12 Tue
    • Re: ? -- keith linton, 11:23:25 06/11/12 Mon
  • Re: ? -- Hamish (Well! Well! Well!), 03:49:02 07/13/12 Fri
    • Re: ? -- Keith linton (Whenever), 09:12:40 07/22/12 Sun
Subject: Interview


Author:
Luca Perasi (:))
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Date Posted: 01:03:17 07/18/12 Wed

Dear Hamish, I remember your gig in Milan (it was late 1996) and it was fantastic. We took some pictures together in backstage after the concert.
I'm a journalist and working on a book on Paul McCartney's recording sessions. I did over 30 interviews with musicians,producer, arrangers that worked with Paul trhough the years. Denny Seiweel, Richard Niles, Richard Hewson, Laurence Juber amongst others.I would like to talk with you about some of the OFF THE GROUND sessions you played on back in 1992.

This would be a great contribution to my work!

You can reach me at: luca.perasi@fastwebnet.it

Cheers!
Subject: Bonnie Scotland calling


Author:
Jim Russell (elated)
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Date Posted: 16:55:29 07/16/12 Mon

Hi Hamish
I've always been into music and can't believe it's taken me so long to find you.

Tripped over this site tonight by chance.

Remember "The Web" at Hampden Bowl ?
I do.

Hope all's well with you.
We'll catch up soon.

Jim Russell

ps ma mammy in the shoe shop wis pals wi your mammy
Subject: Future Dates


Author:
Dave
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Date Posted: 05:35:28 05/09/12 Wed

Hamish, managed to see your two latest shows which I really enjoyed, brass section at Ronnie Scotts and the stripped down band at Pizza Express, just wondered if any more shows were planned in the London area, also how is the recording going and any news on future releases.
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Subject: Any dates in the US planned?


Author:
Kevin "Fun-K" Anderson (FUJANk)
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Date Posted: 06:07:02 05/29/12 Tue

Hamish,
Would love to see you perform live and was wondering if you planned on touring the US any time soon. Or do I have to come to the UK?
You are a huge influence of mine.

Kevin "Fun-K" Anderson
FUJANk
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Subject: bardcore


Author:
paul (happy)
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Date Posted: 11:01:52 06/23/12 Sat

Hi,

What is the line up for tomorrow night's concert?

looking forward . . . . . .
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Subject: Glasgow State Of Mind - The G20 feat. Mary Hill


Author:
Tom Carr
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Date Posted: 04:37:26 06/17/12 Sun

Have a look at this on Youtube, it's really good.

Search the following:

Glasgow State Of Mind - The G20 feat. Mary Hill

Nothing to do with Hamish but well worth seeing.

Regards to all.

Tom Carr
Subject: Louis email


Author:
Louis (KOOL)
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Date Posted: 13:41:17 06/14/12 Thu

Hi Hamish! my new email is averagesympatico@yahoo.com
Subject: Hi


Author:
Andreakenny (:-()
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Date Posted: 02:33:50 02/24/12 Fri

Hi H

I hope you are well.

Had a feeling you might be playing soon, so I had a gander and there you were...SOLD OUT/Ronnie Scotts, not surprising!

We were there last month seeing Mario Biondi/great gig! RS's is such a personable place/we love it.

I actually met you with our friend Nick Cohen a few years back and you very kindly posed (indulged me) with me for a birthday pic/thanks for that. I was with my partner Earl, who has followed your work forever.

We need more gigs Hamish please, this way we get to see you again/more, which is always such a pleasure.

Scotland the Brave

Andrea x
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Subject: gig


Author:
Hamish
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Date Posted: 10:57:45 02/15/12 Wed

Hi! There's a gig this Friday the 17th, at a very cool club in Streatham called "The Hideaway". I'll be playing with The Quentin Collins and Brandon Allen Quartet.
Looking forward to it!
Ronnie Scott's, the following week will be an enjoyable one with the horns led by Neil Sidwell.
I'll be back at "The Pizza" in Dean Street, Soho, on April 5th with a quartet, playing some new songs.
Nothing much else to report at this time but looking forward to a productive year.
All the best.
HAMISH
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Subject: Gig


Author:
Keith Linton (sad)
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Date Posted: 00:40:47 02/12/12 Sun

Can you bring the Ronnie Scotts gig forward to the 18th? I'm down in the smoke that weekend!
Subject: Merry Christmas


Author:
Hamish (M.C>)
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Date Posted: 17:18:13 12/24/11 Sat

It goes without saying but you got to say it----MERRY CHRISTMAS----To whoever is out there .

So this dyslexic walks into a bra-----------------
Hamish
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Subject: It's time


Author:
keith linton
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Date Posted: 12:04:05 12/05/11 Mon

Time to dust of the Let It Snow CD and give it a spin!
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Subject: Ullapool


Author:
Stevie (Is that a month already?)
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Date Posted: 04:36:47 11/11/11 Fri

Alright?

Just a post to mention Hamish and Robbie McIntosh at the Ullapool Guitar Festival last month...Hoots Mon! I can't believe that's a month already!

My first time seeing Hamish doing an all accoustic set and I didn't know much about Robbie's solo material but they provided a brilliant collaboration.

Enjoyed Robbie's songs and Hamish gave us a taste of some new material which sounded great. The Ali tribute song 'See How the Mighty Fall' which has become a favourite sounded equally rousing in it's accoustic version. A few laughs were also provided with their rendition of 'Hoots Mon' the Lord Rockingham's XI tune!

After show at the Arch pub was a blast with mate Davie K, Davie Stuart and Jamie (Up the Dookers! Stuart. Also managed to get some time and a few drinks with Hamish and Robbie.

Thanks all for a brilliant weekend and roll on next year!

Cheers
Stevie

PS...Hopefully the other Mr Stuart (Robert) might be able to make it next year to provide the usual better standard of match report!!
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Subject: Contact


Author:
K Young (curious)
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Date Posted: 17:38:28 11/09/11 Wed

Hey is there a way to get in Hamish about licensing his music for a US documentary series? Anybody know? The website contact hasn't responded
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Subject: vimto


Author:
Hamish
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Date Posted: 10:17:25 08/31/11 Wed

I have been known to partake of the aforementioned beverage and with it being my birthday, I probably won't make an exception!
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Subject: all quiet ???


Author:
Hamish (???????)
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Date Posted: 02:39:06 08/31/11 Wed

Hi there--is anybody out there? Did I offend the readers of The News Of The World? Heh! Heh!
Had a very nice day at the "Vintage" Festival recently, on the South Bank. Ran into a few friends. Nice to see Eddie Pillar, Jimmy James and Booker T. I'd never been introduced to Gwen Dickie (from Rose Royce) and only met her as I helped her off-stage. She had hurt her back and she'd just introduced me. She sounded great though, still as fresh as thirty odd years ago? No mean feat!
It was a really well organised event-so-more power to Wayne Hemingway and his team.
Most of my time since then has been taken up with organising music for the "Faversham Hop Festival" which is an annual weekend of music in the streets and pubs, celebrating the hop harvest. We're repeating the thing that we did for the Faversham Festival recently, which consisted of putting a band together from the great pool of local musicians. It was a great excuse to do something different and challenging. We had the great folk singer/ writer Chris Wood, Trombonist Robert Jarvis, Ivan Thompson on sax, Nico Ramsden, guitar, Felix Krish, bass, Brendan Power, harmonica, Geoffrey Richardson and Stephen Hussey, violins, and Steve Washington on drums. We played a handful of Chris's songs, some of Brendan's and some of my new songs, plus a couple of Randy Newman songs-You've Got A Friend In Me (from toy story) and the epic Baltimore. The eclectic nature of the instrumentation and material made for a really fun and interesting small sort of chamber orchestra kind of feeling
and we're taking the opportunity to repeat it this Friday evening in the garden of The Anchor in Faversham. Saturday afternoon we're repeating something which we did on New Year's Eve. My oldest pal Matt Irving on keys, Nico Ramsden on guitar and Steve Pearce and Ralph Salmins on bass and drums.
We simply play old R'n'B and pop tunes of the past. Matt and I went to school together and some of the tunes we'll play we did more than forty years ago. Funnily enough-the easiest ones to remember.Lee Dorsey, Curtis Mayfield, Isleys, positively no AWB just old stuff, for fun.
The following weekend sees the 4th year of mOare Music and this year's line-up is a s strong as ever. With a couple of great young local bands plus some Tex Mex, Brasillian, some soul and so on. Gallagher and Lyle will play Saturday along with Robbie MacIntosh, myself, young local band Babe Shadow, and Bosco's band Arakatuba. Robbie and me will do an acoustic set at some point and on Sunday we've got new band Felix Fables,The Urban Soul Orchestra, Shea Seger with her husband Andy Wallace and Jody Linscott (from the sooner or later days) plus Adam Phillips on guitar. Paul Young's Los Pacaminos, with my old pal Matt on accordion, Chris Difford and to finish things off Incognito. I'm really pleased that Bluey accepted out invitation and I know he'll finish the event off with a great set. a weekend to look forward to.
I'm off up to Ullapool with Robbie MacIntosh to do the Ullapool Guitar Festival in early October and really looking forward to that. Robbie's a great musician and always great to be around. We haven't done this duo thing in a long time and it's always interesting to see what we can come up with, taking both of our back catalogues and seeing what pops up. It'll also be my 62nd birthday the day that we play, so, Lookout!
I currently have nothing else in the callander as I'm still working on material for another album and getting close to a group of songs that really work.
So I'll be working on that through the winter.
Cheers for now. Hamish
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Subject: RAG


Author:
ENOUGH (ANGRY)
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Date Posted: 14:06:20 07/05/11 Tue

SHUT DOWN "THE NEWS OF THE WORLD"
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Subject: HAMISH PLAYING THE VINTAGE FESTIVAL


Author:
Paul Fitz
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Date Posted: 09:36:51 07/04/11 Mon

Went to see Al Jarreau at the Festival Hall last night and was handed a flyer for the Vintage Festival which is on 29th-31st July at Southbank Centre.
Line up for the Saturday according to the flyer is.....
Hamish Stuart, Percy Sledge, Booker T, Gwen Dickie (Rose Royce) and Jimmy James.

Contact details below....
vintagesouthbankcentre.co.uk
0844 847 9910
Subject: HSB Darvel 21/05/2011


Author:
Stevie
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Date Posted: 17:30:22 05/21/11 Sat

One word...OUTSTANDING!!!
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Subject: Darvel 21st May 20011


Author:
Keith Linton (Phenomenal)
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Date Posted: 09:21:30 05/22/11 Sun

Darvel 21st of May OMG hes been on the Sanatogen wine again 2 hours of pure brilliance and my god did Hamish nail Ray Charless Just For A Thrill one of my favourites that Hamish always performs however last night I think even Ray (god bless him) would have been proud of Hamishs rendition.

Thank You my man keep drinking the wine.
Subject: Cornell Dupree


Author:
Hamish
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Date Posted: 07:07:05 05/11/11 Wed

Well--Sad news indeed. Cornell Dupree passed away on Sunday.

First heard him playing on Aretha albums, with King Curtis and all those other bad boys, Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Richard Tee, Eric Gale and so on. He played beautifully understated parts in the rhythm section, ripping out the occasional killer fill and when called upon, played singing, rhythmic, percussive solos. Simply a great player. A lovely, humble character too.
I first met Cornell when AWB signed to Atlantic, who flew us down to Miami to record. We arrived at Criteria Studios, and on walking into the control room were confronted by as stellar an aggregation as I've ever seen. Hugh McCracken and Cornell on Guitars. Richard Tee on Organ, Bernard Purdie on Drums, Chuck Rainey on Bass and Lady Soul herself, at the piano.
Jerry Wexler was working with Aretha as Tommy Dowd arranged the vocal mic and Arif Mardin, who would become our producer, was routining the band. Six jaws dropped--Heaven--. After our landmark visit, we returned to The Thunderbird Hotel to check in, a little later as we were looking around I saw the band arrive back from the studio. "Wow, They're in the same hotel" Couldn't believe it. I plucked up the courage, and called Cornell's room. I had to speak to this guy! "Hello Mr. Dupree. I'm with this band and we're here and you're great, I love your playing" and so on. Cornell in his elegant, laid back way said "I'll meet you in the Bar" "Dooers and soda". he was warm,open and friendly. Our paths crossed a lot more as time went by, and we settled in New York, as things took off.
We used to go uptown to see "Stuff", the band that Cornell had with Tee, Steve Gadd, Eric Gale, Chris Parker and Gordon Edwards, at Mickell's every Thursday. We'd hang with Cornell and his lovely wife Erma. It became a kind of family affair when my brother Davy,(who was roughly ages with Cornell's son)came to visit, they became good buddies too. Happy days as they say. Many memorable nights were spent listening to these guys play. Eric Gale was also a superb player but Cornell was my personal fave. He had a wonderful subtlety,lightness of touch.
I had a "quad" hi-fi at the time and Atlantic did the best quad mixes. One was, Donny Hathaway's "Extensions Of A Man" and on one song Cornell's guitar was about the only instrument in one quarter of the mix. I'd sit next to that speaker and admire the economy in his playing, an object lesson! Cornell was also one of the few outside musicians to work with "the white band" we were all huge fans.
The greeting, like the "Hello"of the time was "What it Is" to which he'd retort "I know what it is!" "But what do it do!" With his Sherlock Holmes type pipe, dangling from the corner of his smiling face. He had a bunch of very dry,knowing, kind of whimsical looks. When he thought something was stupid, he'd look down over the lenses of his glasses with a raised eyebrow and a kind of "Oh yea?"
We lost touch as he moved back to Texas and I moved around, but I tracked him down, a few years ago, when he played Ronnie Scott's. Myself and Claire had nice,long dinner,with "himself" and Erma, catching up and shooting the breeze. Starting, of course with a little "Dooers and soda".

Love and condolences to Erma.
Farewell Cornell.
And thanks for being!
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Subject: Darvel Festival


Author:
Hamish
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Date Posted: 06:14:22 04/10/11 Sun

Hi There!
I never write anything in here, simply because, I have no idea why anyone could be that interested. I've just been getting on with my life and not playing live quite so much, for the simple reason, that I wanted to spend time working on new music and really needed to focus on that, but have still found the time to do some select things like the "Jazz Voice" concert at The Barbican, toward the end of last year, which kicked off the London Jazz Festival. That was a joy to do! One doesn't often get the chance to sing with a full orchestra. In fact, I've only ever had the experience once before, over Ten Years ago in Gstaad with Quincy Jones. which was a blast. I got sing "In The Heat Of The Night" with the man himself conducting, plus "Everything Must Change" with Patti Austin, a treat.
Needless to say the Orchestra was top-notch, as it was for the Barbican gig. Guy Barker wrote all the arrangements, and about 8 different singers shared a large group of songs spanning quite a few decades. It's always difficult to handle songs to which really iconic versions exist and this was one of those situations, A Ray Charles thing-"Busted" and modelled on the Sinatra version, "That's Life"
You just have to go for it! Had one of the "time's" of my life! Great BAND! Nice to have Ralph Salmins on drums. It helped to have a superb player who I know well, a friend, in the drum chair. This is what I've been doing this for, for all these years. These are precious moments.

The pub "BIZ" goes on, and I haven't worked New Year's Eve in as long as I can remember but decided to play @THe Anchor this past year. Steve Pearce and Ian thomas came down to play, plus my oldest pal Matt Irving came and played keyboard, also gracing us with his own inimitable version of "Wooly Bully" New friend Nico Ramsden played guitar and we did old r'n'b tunes all night. It was funny to play tunes that Matt and I had played together 40 years ago, plus, "Witchita Lineman" and a few other wild cards. So much fun. And completely AWB free. Just revisiting the roots!
Every day I work on new music. Sometimes things develop quickly, other times not, hence, the need for "focus".
I record things as I go along on Logic, messing with the grooves, which I really love. It gives me the chance to play bass. "NO DRUM MACHINES!" Rule number one. Funnily enough, that's rule number two-too! It's coming along and there definitely is "growth in the spring".

Over the last couple of years,I've worked with, trombonist/arranger Neil Sidwell on a couple of benifits, performing," Whatcha Gonna Do For Me" and Arif Mardin's arrangement of "pick up the you know what" and we've talked about doing more. So just before Christmas we did and played the 606, then at the beginning of this year we did some more and finally had an entire show together, which we performed in two (sell out) shows @ Ronnie Scott's in Soho on March 5th. It worked beautifully and Neil did charts for a couple of new tunes, bout time!
Every song sounded like it had had horns as part of fabric from day one, just great! We're going to do more this year, with this bigger lineup and the next one is The Darvel Festival on the 21st of MAY. Really looking forward to doing it again. That pretty much covers things for now. Life has been, and is pretty good. We carry on day to day and then those special moments come along.
Wishing many special moments and all the best.
Hamish.
Apologies for any grammar, spelling, or any other screw ups!
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Subject: Cloudy


Author:
paul twiby (Soulful)
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Date Posted: 05:16:31 05/01/11 Sun

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O61FnFwMxXI Hello Hamish,are you aware of this wonderful rendition of your great song?
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Subject: Gregory Porter


Author:
Hamish (wow)
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Date Posted: 10:56:30 04/19/11 Tue

Did anybody see Gregory Porter on Jools the other night? Wow! What a beautiful voice. Best I've heard in at least a decade.
I want to hear more!
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Subject: Darvel Festival


Author:
Hamish
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Date Posted: 01:05:17 04/12/11 Tue

Looking forward much to returning to Darvel. Have enjoyed every year immensely, and this year with the bigger lineup is an exciting prospect.

Ash Soan on drums, Adam Phillips, Guitar, Steve Pearce, Bass, Mike Gorman, Keys, Bosco DeOliviera, Percussion, Neil Sidwell, Trombone, Paul Spong, Trumpet, Nigel Hitchcock, Sax and I'll be doing my usual "schtik".

I hope the roof has been reinforced!

See you there.
Cheers.
Hame
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Subject: Hamish at Ronnie Scotts


Author:
Russell W.
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Date Posted: 12:06:16 02/07/11 Mon

Have just found out that Hamish is playing a one off at Ronnie Scotts on Sat 5th March.
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Subject: Guitarist Extrodinaire Jeff Golub


Author:
Louis
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Date Posted: 18:10:47 01/27/11 Thu

Hey heres a version of `PIECES` that both Adam & Hamish will appreciate by Steve Ferrones Buddy Jeff Golub! Great guitarist! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dkj8LXNmLKI
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Subject: Darvel Tickets Now on Sale


Author:
Sheila and Neil McKenna (Happy)
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Date Posted: 09:14:16 02/01/11 Tue

Delighted to announce tickets now on sale for HSB (with Horn Section!) at Darvel - Support act The Pee Wee Ellis Assembly

See www.darvelmusicfestival.org

Regards
Sheila and Neil
Subject: Film Soundtrack


Author:
Louis
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Date Posted: 15:57:58 01/25/11 Tue

Hi Hamish! my screenplay/film is finally going forward & would like to talk again about what we previously discussed if you like. my email is louwright39@hotmail.com THANX
Subject: Christmas Greetings


Author:
Paul Twiby (Soulful)
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Date Posted: 05:41:39 12/24/10 Fri

Have A Great Christmas Hamish.......and the same to everyone else in La La Land.......
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Subject: The Return of Hamish - May 2011


Author:
Neil and Sheila McKenna
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Date Posted: 05:36:35 12/21/10 Tue

We are delighted to announce that Hamish and his fantastic band will be returning to headline the 10th Anniversary Darvel Music Festival on Saturday 21 May 2011.

We are also thrilled that the support act for the evening will be the Pee Wee Ellis Funk Assembly.

Tickets will go on sale from 1 February but if you would like to reserve places in advance then please contact us at info@darvelmusicfestival.org

Regards
Sheila and Neil
Subject: Hamish Has The Horn!!


Author:
Paul Fitz
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Date Posted: 04:33:28 12/15/10 Wed

I've seen Hamish many times but last nights 606 gig was one to remember. It was the first time since his AWB days that I'd seen him play with a full horn section and it brought a new sound and dynamic to the band that blew everyone away!
I've always thought that the HSB has compensated brilliantly without a horn section on classic AWB songs like Atlantic Avenue, Queen of my Soul, and Person to Person but when you hear THOSE songs with THAT rhythm section, THAT voice and a brass section to boot then you really are in heaven.

Two highlights of the evening were his cover of Let's Stay Together - Memphis sounding horns included, and one of his newer songs How The Mighty Fall - which was just unbelievable with the addition of the horns.

All in all a great evening and a fantastic treat to hear the fantastic HSB backed by a brilliant horn section.
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Subject: Hamish's Sly Stone Cover..........


Author:
Paul Fitz
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Date Posted: 05:40:04 12/14/10 Tue

For those of you that haven't heard it, there's a great version of Sly's - If You Want Me To Stay with Hamish on lead vocal available on i-tunes. The band are called The Baker Brothers and the albums called Avid Sounds. It's a brilliant version and worthy of the great man's vocals.
Off to the 606 to see Hamish and the lads tonight, especially looking forward to hearing the horn section that's been put together for tonight's show.
Subject: Oran Mor Glasgow - what a treat


Author:
portraitpainter (buzzin')
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Date Posted: 16:07:04 06/27/10 Sun

What a night tonight at Oran Mor. I knew it would be a treat but I didn't realise it would be THAT good. It's been a long time since the two AWB gigs in the 70's. Over the years they have remained in my top 5 of all time. Make room for one more now . . . or push Stevie Wonder in Birmingham 1984 out the way . . . .
Combine an intimate venue with Mr. Stuart and his top drawer chums and it makes for a dream of a gig. What a voice. What a vibe. What a night.

*goes off to die happy now . . . . . as you were, thank you
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Subject: Hamish gigs


Author:
Pam Romans (hopeful)
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Date Posted: 19:23:04 07/30/10 Fri

Any idea if Hamish will be gigging at the 606 club in Chelsea this September?? Sure hope so.. saw him and his band 2 years ago and would be thrilled if he was playng while we are visiting from Canada.
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Subject: R U M E R


Author:
keith linton (wow)
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Date Posted: 12:52:18 07/28/10 Wed

Has anyone heard of this girl? R U M E R check her out sings like Karen Carpender!!
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Subject: Steve Ferrone with Buddy Rich Orchestra


Author:
Louis (KOOL)
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Date Posted: 16:39:53 08/01/10 Sun

Steve Ferrone is one of the BEST "in the pocket" Groove drummers ever! just watch! http://www.drummerworld.com/Videos/steveferronepickupthepieces.html
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Subject: Marvin Gaye


Author:
Louis (Maigic)
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Date Posted: 14:40:23 07/16/10 Fri

Marvin Jamming & kinda outta it but still MAGICAL! Dig it!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRiBfjHZijA
Subject: gretch white felcon


Author:
rod auger (wondering)
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Date Posted: 19:10:27 07/09/10 Fri

Do u still have your old Gretch White Felcon from the AWB days?
Subject: Cado Belle


Author:
Paul Fitzpatrick
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Date Posted: 15:43:34 11/20/09 Fri

Growing up with AWB's music in the mid 70's there were two other standout UK based 'blue-eyed' soul bands who released great debut albums but didn't have AWB's longevity. One of course was Kokomo who supported AWB on tour and produced two excellent albums. The other was a Glasgow band called Cado Belle who released a fantastic debut album in 76 (with Kokomo on backing vocals).
I'm sure most of you will already own Kokomo's debut album but I would recommend Cado Belle's debut album to any Hamish/AWB/Kokomo fans who don't already own it - They had a great reputation as a live band and although I come from Glasgow I never got to see them live. Would love to hear from anyone who did see them or who remembers them.
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Subject: HAMISH AT ORAN MOR


Author:
robert stuart (confused and bewlidered)
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Date Posted: 05:27:43 06/24/10 Thu

OK ... MAKE THAT SUNDAY
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Subject: last nights gig


Author:
Keith Linton (Very Happy)
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Date Posted: 09:19:03 06/28/10 Mon

Harry get in touch I have a little something for you from last nights gig. Email me.

Thanks Hamish for a fabulous night it was worth the 400 mile round trip and thanks for looking at the camera direct when you were singing Just for a Thrill please record the song and issue it together with some of the covers you did last night. Hope to see you again soon.

Oh and while Im on the subject JJ2?
Subject: HSB - ORAN MOR - SUN 27TH JUNE


Author:
robert stuart (Hmmmmmm .....)
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Date Posted: 05:23:47 06/24/10 Thu

Hamish,

Just on the off chance you see this ... any clues as to the line up for Saturday ?

Also, be kind to Keith Linton. He may be fragile after Frau Merkle's boys send Don Capello's lads to 'swim with the fishes'... if you know what I mean ...
Subject: Average White Band 1972-1982 Wanted


Author:
Michael.Drucas.
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Date Posted: 13:54:56 06/21/10 Mon

Average White Band 1972-1982 Wanted By Colletor
Concert Posters,Flyers,Tickets.
Hamish.Stuart.Band Wanted Live audience recordings.Video.
High Prices Paid.Please e-mail michaeldrucas@yahoo.com
Michael.Drucas.17 Phillips Beach Ave Swampscott,MA 01907 USA
Subject: HSB AT ORAN MOR 27TH JUNE


Author:
Stevie (Can't wait)
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Date Posted: 06:17:49 05/15/10 Sat

HSB are at Oran Mor, Glasgow on 27th June...got my tickets today..see you there!!!
Subject: Barnsley


Author:
Hazel Farrell (Savour the Flavour)
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Date Posted: 07:19:28 05/11/10 Tue

We were also at Aroma Cafe in Barnsley when Hamish played along with Snake - that was the last - the cafe no longer has music on Saturday evenings. It was such a lovely intimate atmosphere wasn't it? So, it's another for the Bumper Fun Book. If anybody get's wind of Hamish's Music Festival at The Mariners (usually around September) please share it.
Best to all. Hazel Farrell
Subject: HSB GIG?...LIVE CD?


Author:
Harry
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Date Posted: 10:03:53 04/06/10 Tue

I hear...there will be an HSB gig. Us...staaaaaaarving...fans....would be "incandescently" happy and pleased....if a new..."live cd"...came from these type of gigs. Cmon Mr. Hamish....take a "chance and fly".
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Subject: Blast From The Past


Author:
Paul Twiby (Soulful)
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Date Posted: 07:58:12 01/08/10 Fri

Hamish, Happy New year....Theres a track by Chaka Khan thats big on the Modern Soul Scene at the moment called Lovers Touch.....I do believe that it was the B side to What You Gonna Do For Me,at about 2.18 in it features a wonderful falsetto vocal that I think belongs to you....and you are gonna tell me that Steve Ferrone was on drums as well!!!! Were there any other AWB guys involved in this great dance track? if anyone is interested then you can get this track on Soul Togetherness 2009 www.expansionsrecords.com
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Subject: Darvel 2010


Author:
Neil and Sheila McKenna
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Date Posted: 11:07:41 01/06/10 Wed

DARVEL 'FOUR SEASONS' MUSIC FESTIVAL 2010

27 March at Darvel Town Hall with Hamilton Loomis Band and Niki King - see www.darvelmusicfestival.org for details and early-bird concessionary rates valid until 31/01/2010.

Keep watching for festival news re- the MAIN MAN,
Mr Stuart and friends over the next few months!

Best

Neil and Sheila x
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Subject: happy new year


Author:
David Stuart
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Date Posted: 17:23:51 12/31/09 Thu

A happy new year to you and yours alll the gang Robert,Mark.Steve,Harry,and Mick one day we will all make the 606
all the best David
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Subject: Play it now


Author:
Harry
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Date Posted: 12:42:02 12/28/09 Mon

...Go to you tube....now....type in "the baker brothers..chance and fly"....Hamish sings...go.
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Subject: Hamish in January


Author:
Hazel Farrell (Just a thought...)
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Date Posted: 00:41:19 12/28/09 Mon

A weekend in London was booked for mid January which was to include seeing Hamish at The 606 on Jan 18th. However, this has been cancelled and thinking that this could be a double booking for him, I tried all the obvious club sites but his name isn't listed. So, if anybody has seen that he is to play in the London area on either 17th or 18th, could you post details here.
Happy New Year everbody, hope that Christmas was good for you all. Hazel Farrell
Subject: Merry Christmas...and


Author:
Harrya
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Date Posted: 06:10:38 12/21/09 Mon

Hey....all have a great holiday season here. And...the most productive new year. As to Hamish, wishing a very happy and successful new year. Lets hope as fans JimJam 2 sees the light of day. And an HSB effort as well. Then all will be right in the world.
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Subject: Live at Daryl's House


Author:
Paul Fitzpatrick
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Date Posted: 10:02:15 11/10/09 Tue

For all lovers of quality 'Blue Eyed' soul music check out Live from Daryl's House http://www.livefromdarylshouse.com/.
Where Daryl Hall invites various guests to his house to jam. Smokey Robinson and John Oates have guested and last month Todd Rundgren and Daryl sang You Got It from THE white album and joked that they'd need to play it in a lower key as none of them could match Hamish's range.
Maybe Hamish could set up a similar gig - Live from Hamish's pub!
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Subject: What A Surprise!!


Author:
Sally
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Date Posted: 13:34:07 11/03/09 Tue

Hi Hamish,
I was absolutely delighted to see you performing at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the AllStars Collective, supporting the Women of Rock concert, in aid of the Karen Keating Foundation. It was a fantastic concert, but the only disappointment of the evening was due to you not having a microphone - criminal!
I was surprised when Gloria Hunniford explained that everyone on stage Sunday evening, had given up their time for no financial reward, purely to raise money for breast cancer - you are a star.
Yes, I am sorry to say that the mad woman who stood up, and waived and called your name hysterically was me - but then you are my favourite artist of all time, and I didn't expect to see you there - so, I just couldn't contain my excitement, much to the dismay of my partner, and those sitting around me!
Thank you also for an absolutely fantastic evening at the 606 Club on the 26th Oct., and for taking the time out to have a chat at our table. My friend Pauline and her husband Brian had travelled down from Norfolk to see you (Pauline and I were at school together in the 70s when we both fell in love with your voice, and neither of us, to this day, have managed to shake off the crush!). Due to work commitments my friends are unable to travel down very often to see you, so Monday was a very special evening, made even better, by you taking the time out to speak to us.

Sally xxx
Subject: Dream Police audio clip


Author:
Brian Lawrence (Hopeful)
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Date Posted: 01:52:07 10/18/09 Sun

Hi - I'd love to get a short audio clip (20-30secs would do) of any 'Twelfth Night', 'In Crowd', 'Dream Police'/'Berserk Crocs' or 'Hopscotch' song, live or studio - any chance ? It's for inclusion on:
www.scotbands.moonfruit.com and can be emailed to address given. Hope I'm lucky !
All the best,
Brian Lawrence
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Subject: Coronation Street


Author:
KL (Phenomenal)
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Date Posted: 10:03:40 10/10/09 Sat

AWB fame at last!!! Lets Go Round Again was playing in the background at the Rovers Return on Coronation Street Friday 9th of Oct nice little earner for the boys.

I know Im sad!
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Subject: birthday


Author:
Tam
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Date Posted: 09:53:02 10/08/09 Thu

Just to wish you a happy birthday HAMISH its the big one
have a good one
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Subject: The Pipe & Slippers are on order


Author:
Robert Stuart
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Date Posted: 02:39:08 10/09/09 Fri

Hi Hamish,

Just another (slightly belated) birthday greeting. I hope you had a good day. You'll get your 'dumps' at the next scottish gig (or is that just an east coast thing ?).

David sent me a match report of the Moare Festival this morning. I am praying that somebody had a camcorder on when you sang with Paul Young & Pete Cox. If you know of anyone who did, please get them to post it and forward the YouTube address.

Cheers ... Robert
Subject: Gig


Author:
KL (It would be nice of Hamish to let us know!!)
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Date Posted: 00:39:11 06/26/09 Fri


The Hamish Stuart Band are playing the Voodoo Rooms in Edinburgh on Sat 01
August at 9pm.

This is part of the Edinburgh Blues & Jazz Festival.
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  • Re: Gig -- Grant, 05:09:27 08/02/09 Sun
    • Re: Gig -- KL, 06:38:37 08/02/09 Sun
  • Re: Gig -- Casius Harlem(soulful stevie) (feelin soulful), 10:42:53 09/23/09 Wed
  • Re: Gig -- Stevie, 15:17:33 09/23/09 Wed
Subject: Moare Music


Author:
robert stuart
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Date Posted: 06:30:47 09/08/09 Tue

Hi Folks,

Just wish all those (performers and audience) making the pilgrimage to Hamish & Claire's pub this coming weekend a great weekend of music and, dare I say it, the odd dry sherry or two.

Wish I could be with you (there would be no problem ... etc.)

Robert
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Subject: Edinburgh


Author:
Hamish
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Date Posted: 06:08:13 08/06/09 Thu

Yes! Great gig in Edinburgh on Saturday. Best I've had there since the old Odeon in the seventies--Really!
Everything was right. Band -venue-audience-sound.
Nice to know that the material which is not old awb is appreciated too.
It was a real joy.
All the best to all.
Hamish.
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Subject: Having A Moan!


Author:
Sally (Frustraded!)
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Date Posted: 09:05:25 07/19/09 Sun

I really hate to have a moan, but feel that I have to in order to try to get things changed! I am a huge fan, have been for many years, and I frequently check out this site for news etc, and usually find that there isn't a great deal of latest information. Purely by the courtesy of a dear friend, I have just caught Hamish being interviewed on Radio 2, Johnny Walker, Sounds Of The Seventies. I would have been gutted to have missed it, and I certainly wouldn't have heard about it here!

Come on Hamish, I know that computers are really not your thing, but us fans are desperate for info. and want to hear everything you are doing (well I speak for myself anyway!!).

Sally (not usually a moaner!!)
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Subject: In Monochrome


Author:
Hazel Farrell (Smooth quality number...)
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Date Posted: 23:49:28 05/26/09 Tue

In case you've not found it yet, take a peep at Hamish singing 'Love and Happiness'(no geetah) with David Sanborn on Youtube. Good recording and you get the whole song.
Best to all Hazel Farrell
Subject: Speaking of Bonus tunes


Author:
Harry
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Date Posted: 12:41:08 05/13/09 Wed

Announced a while ago...Ill post it here..Edsel Record company.....has compiled all the AWB albums. They are selling them three and four albums on one cd....as packages. With many many bonus songs and takes...Im sure Hamish sings on some of em. Check it out on Amazon UK. For those of us in the states...these releases are just now becoming available here. Buy these packages. As backup and for the bonus tunes. If this effort is successful...I hope the HSB band...compiles and combines.."Sooner or Later, Real live..Solo...AND A BRAND NEW ONE...and Edsel packages them combined on amazon.
Subject: To hamish


Author:
Alice Gallacher
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Date Posted: 05:56:46 05/05/09 Tue

Hello Hamish

My name is Alice, the daughter of your biggest fan! My mother Pauline has loved you and your music from the very start, and has met you on several occasions at the 606 club.

Her birthday is coming up soon (the end of May) and i was wondering (without sounding cheeky) if i sent you a card and a stamped envelope, if you could sign a birthday card? i appreciate you are a very busy man, and probably won't have time, but i thought i would try :) im sure it would make her day unforgetable.

Anyway good luck in all your projects :)

From Alice xxx
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Subject: To Hamish


Author:
Alice Gallacher
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Date Posted: 10:02:46 05/07/09 Thu

Thankyou very much Hamish! I really appreciate it! :)

Take care

Alice x
Subject: Darvel 2009 - Match Report


Author:
Robert Stuart (Awestruck)
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Date Posted: 08:25:41 05/05/09 Tue

A couple of years back we all marvelled at how Sheila, Neil and the Darvel Organising Team managed to pull off a line up that even the best of the London clubs would have struggled to put together. Tony O'Malley followed by Ian Shaw with Guy Barker, then the Hamish Stuart Band with Peter Cox on guest vocals. You'd think the Darvel organisers had peaked that night. We knew we were spoiled that night, and there may never be another night like it. Well ... how wrong can you be. Saturday 2nd May will also go down in Darvel history as one of those "I was there" night's, a bit like Wembley '77. If everyone who claims to have been there was actually there, then Wembley must have had a capacity of around two million. (I was there ... and so was Hamish, as AWB played Drury Lane late on that night. I think Hamish wore a Scotland shirt on stage, and he actually had the "see you Jimmy" ginger afro back then as well !). Anyhow on to Darvel 2009, Sat 2nd May.

Hamilton Loomis (http://www.hamiltonloomis.com & http://www.myspace.com/hamiltonloomis). I had never even heard of this guy before, but I sure as hell know who he is now. How do you describe Hamilton Loomis to someone who has not heard of him ? Well, this may just be one of those urban myths, but I do believe that George Clinton & Walter Trout had a child ... and they named him Hamilton Loomis. This guy, and his band, take the genres of funk & blues, force them into a Kitchen Devil, press the 'on' button till the blender starts to spark and smoke, then out comes this amalgam of the two which, even when taken sparingly, is likely to whip you into a frenzy. Don't listen to me, go to the website, go to their myspace, click on a few tracks and just enjoy funky, bluesy, guitar and sax music played like it ought to be (yes, you heard me Mr. Springsteen, like it OUGHT to be played).

Not for these guys the standard 12 bar/3 chord tricks of yet another band playing 'Sweet Home Chicago', and thinking it's blues. Hamilton used loads of funky jazz chords and rhythms ... but it was still the blues. On Hamilton's website he pledges his love for a 1975 Les Paul. Well God only knows what kind of sounds he screws out of that, because he certainly got some tones out of the Leo Fender Music Man baby box he played on Saturday. Hamilton, to you and your band, respect dude. Haste ye back, as we say in these parts.

Our ears had barely adjusted when Miss Ruby Turner hit the stage. I had seen Ruby on Jools Holland before, but that really didn't do her justice. The good Lord gave this girl the gift of a voice, and oh my God, she certainly knows how to use it. Her soulful vocals carried us through a range of self-penned material, some recorded by other stars such as Lulu, all the way back to the Louisiana cotton fields with a gospel song from Sister Rosetta Tharpe. There have been comments made in previous years about noise from the bar area while the artists are performing. Miss Turner's rendition of Jordan and Foster's soul anthem "I'd Rather Go Bind", possibly one of the greatest torch songs ever written, could only be described as absolutely, awesomely astounding. I've heard many people cover this number, but never ever like this. During the unaccompanied ending, Miss Turner took the audience in her hand, slowly hushed them into a silence so deep and complete that no-one even dared breathe. Absolutely stunning. What a performer, and how fortunate were we to have witnessed it. Praise be sister, praise be. You were a wonderful gift to us on Saturday. Thank you.

What is there left to say about Hamish that many others - like Charlie C. - have not already said far more eloquently on this website. When you look up 'class' in the dictionary, there ought to be a picture of a smiling Hamish Stuart there. The man (and the band) continue to redefine what great soul music is all about. What's annoyoing about the HSB is how they make all this complexity look and sound so easy, when clearly it isn't. This is simply musicianship at its finest.

Hamish's Mum was there, so we knew Cloudy was a given (he'd have hell to pay if he didn't play his Mum's favourite, and like the good boy he is, he always does as he's told). Hamish always saves a wee gem or two for Darvel, and this year it was Robert Burns' 'My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose' (see Tom Carr's note on Hamish's website) which he performed with Jim Mullen. Two Scottish national treasures, playing the music of the country's national bard. It just doesn't get any better than that ... or does it. These two icons of Scottish soul/jazz music went on to play Stevie Wonder's 'If It's Magic' from the Songs in the Key of Life album, and it was Magic. Beautiful, simply beautiful. Two highly skilled craftsmen, at the peak of their abilities, sharing their craft with each other, and with those of us who could only dream of playing like that. I'm sure every one us felt like they were playing in our own front room, and just for us. That's how intimate it was. Between Ruby Turner, and then Jim & Hamish, there was many a moist eye in the hall, mine included. Music can make you dance, it can make you feel good, but when it makes you feel deep emotion, that is when soul is at it's finest.

The HSB line up was Jim Mullen (guitar); Bosco D'Olivera (percusion); Ian (a.k.a. Hugh Jackman) Thomas (drums); Steve Pearce (bass); Robin Aspland (Keys) and Hamish. The whole band were magnificent, as ever. These guys are so damned good I've run out of words to describe them.

The set list, as best I can recall it, was:

I'll Be There (Detroit Spinners / Darryl Hall & John Oates)
Atlantic Avenue (AWB)
Unspoken Love (unknown)
Whatcha Gonna Do For me (AWB)
Cloudy (AWB)
How The Mighty Fall (Muhammad Ali Tribute)
Queen Of My Soul (AWB)
My Love is Like A Red Red Rose (Robert Burns)
If It's Magic (Stevie Wonder)
Let's Stay Together (Al Green)
Circle Game (Joni Mitchell)
Where Has All The Time Gone (from 'A Night On The Town', Sinatra, Gene Kelly etc.)
Person To Person (AWB).

Then we ran out of time ... quite literally.

Thanks again to all the artists and the organisers for a truly wonderful evening.

Slainthe ... Robert (the 'other' Mr. Stuart)
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Subject: An Aw That!


Author:
Tom Carr
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Date Posted: 03:39:09 05/03/09 Sun

O my Luve's like a red, red rose
Thats newly sprung in June:
O my Luve's like the melodie
Thats sweetly play'd in tune.

As fair art thou, my bonnie lass,
So deep in luve am I:
And I will luve thee still, my dear,
Till a the seas gang dry:

Till a the seas gang dry, my dear,
And the rocks melt wi the sun;
I will luve thee still, my dear,
While the sands o life shall run.

And fare thee weel, my only Luve
And fare thee weel, a while!
And I will come again, my Luve,
Tho it were ten thousand mile.

Written by Robert Burns, Ayrshire, 1794
Sung by Hamish Stuart, Darvel Ayrshire, 2009
Accompanied by Jim Mullen, Darvel, Ayrshire, 2009

Two guitars, a great voice led to a wonderful version of this classic.

It is a real shame for the fans that missed this but for the rest of us, simply, just brilliant!

Tom Carr
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Subject: Darvel


Author:
Stevie (Who's all going?)
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Date Posted: 12:07:59 03/12/09 Thu

Alright?

Looking forward to Darvel in a few weeks. Who's all going? Meeting in Black Bull HQ beforehand?

Cheers
Stevie
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Subject: Jimjam CD availability


Author:
Hugh
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Date Posted: 15:51:02 02/26/09 Thu

I am looking for a used or new copy of the "Jimjam" CD? I've looked everywhere for this CD with no luck.
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Subject: Darvel 'Homecoming' Music Festival


Author:
Sheila and Neil McKenna
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Date Posted: 04:15:00 02/18/09 Wed

Very pleased to report that 'great friend of the festival' Hamish and his stellar band will be appearing with special guest Jim Mullen on 2 May at Darvel Town Hall as part of the Darvel Music Festival 'Homecoming Celebrations'.

Support on the night will come from the wonderful Ruby Turner and the amazing Hamilton Loomis Band.

Tickets cost 20 and will be on sale from 27 February via Ticketmaster, Tickets Scotland (Glasgow), Valhalla Music, Kilmarnock and Walker & Connell in Darvel. Doors 7pm.

Hope you can make it and please spread the word!
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Subject: Is It Sooner Or Is It Later?


Author:
Tom Carr
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Date Posted: 07:25:59 01/27/09 Tue

I always thought that I was patient but I think that I and the rest of the usual suspects have excelled ourselves.

Why, you may ask?

Sooner or Later was released in June 1998!

Ten years, where did it go!

Patience and understanding, that's where.

Mmmmm, "Patience and Understanding" Sounds like a song title to me. Now all we need is music & lyrics to go with it.

Where's Hamish when you need him?

Regards to all.

Tom
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