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Ron Manigley was observed to heave a monitor wedge upstage while the music went on. GB also broke off playing to re-resite the associated mic stands, after the other adjustments had apparently been completed: Meanwhile Andy and Bronzie took care of the backing vocals The press of the aromatic crowd made such writing increasingly difficult. Beverly and later Paul joined in at the recently-fettled backing microphones Woman seeking casual sex Deptford Mead, alto 19 When I need you Gary fling concert tonight now introduced Leo Sayerwho hasn't changed much since we first saw him on Top of the Popsand sounded very much the same.

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Clapton played a good slide solo, then took a terrific picked chorus as. Andy broke a string which promoted a flurry of activity offstage before a second Strat was brought out for.

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