October 08, 2006

Whit Friday video

Ladies, Gentlemen and Wee-man,

Yes it’s me again… only a quick one this time, because it’s way past my bedtime here and I’m flying tomorrow. I’ve just uploaded the video of us performing at Lydgate on Whit Friday to YouTube. According to the marks it wasn’t one of our better ones, but it doesn’t sound that awful apart from the beginning of the trio (listen out at about 1min50sec… you’ll see what I mean.)

Make of it what you will.


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