I heard Down The Dustpipe dozens of times on the radio as a kid and loved it. But I never bought records at that age because I was too young. However, a year later my mum bought me In My Chair because I liked that just as much. She actually bought me Down The Dustpipe later when we were on holiday in Spain - complete with pic sleeve so I had both quite early on.
I became a Quo 'fan', so to speak, at the time of Paper Plane and on seeing them live.
Pictures of Matchstickmen and that whole pop period I was blissfully unaware of for quite some time. I remember a lot of music from the mid to late 60's because the radio was always on in the house but I don't remember that song at all.
None of us are getting younger; but we all wanna be a millionaire
Post by Mrs Flittersnoop on Aug 21, 2021 12:17:50 GMT
I was a participating non-Quo-fan for years before I became a fan, starting with Make Me Stay a Bit Longer. I even bought one of their records! (It was In My Chair.) It was seeing them live that made the difference. But the arrival of ROLD had a lot to do with that as well.
Whoppa Choppa: Yeaah... it was nice to see you lot as well, but... time flies! 👋
Oct 2, 2021 10:36:09 GMT
carabrick: Does anyone remember when Ethel went for a bottle of milk….the party ain’t over yet ga chug a chug.
Oct 15, 2021 0:57:31 GMT
uwe: This has probably been over-analyzed here before, but I only stumbled across it now. We all know how Francis' and Rick's harmony lead vocals sounded, but Francis and Alan?
Oct 17, 2021 23:00:37 GMT