Thanks to this week’s Ashes- Brendan on drums, Ken (back from foreign parts) on bass, Eddie on harmonica and Tom on percussion.Thanks to the many volunteers who lead this evening – Les B, Graham, Joy, Joe, Eddie, (chorus of Joy, Diane, Eunice and Elaine), Dave D, Trevor, Les H, Mark, (duo Eddie and Joy – I Got You Babe)
Good and varied STARTIME thanks to
- Les H with Vangelis’ I’ll Find My Way Home (1995) and let’s hope he did.
- Les B with Jim Reeves’ Adios Amigo (1965)
- Joy and Graham gave us a Mash-up of The First Cut is the Deepest (written by Cat Stevens and first released by P P Arnold in 1967) and When You Say Nothing At All (First released by Alison Krauss and Union Station in 1995, but more famously sung by Ronan Keating 1999, when it was recorded for the film Notting Hill).
- Dave D with Leiber and Stoller’s Poison Ivy recorded by The Coasters (1959). Everyone seemed to know the words, the mark of a great song.
Next week it’s Steve Gilmore and Trevor Gwynn, who are doing a swap for Brian Brittain who is away cruising. Updated Leader’s List attached
Don’t forget in two week’s time, on 1st November, the girls are putting on a Hallow’en Evening. I overheard Diane telling Eunice that her prosecco diet is going well- she lost 4 days last week. I can tell her she went to Whitby.