For Music
For music there must be a poem
whose surface is nervous,
sensible as skin,
whose power is to roll the stars in
and whose heart is the heart
to express glory.

 

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Trumpet, Trombone

 

Annie Whitehead

Annie Whitehead & Harry Beckett

Harry Beckett



 
Pipes, Piano
         
 


Veryan Weston


Session piper


Session piper 2

Veryan Weston



Stan Tracey’s band
Buskers

Tracey, Weller, Barker, Themen, King

Welcome to London’s West End



 
Boat-ting

The club that goes with the flow

     


In the first row below are some impressions from the night of Monday 16th July, the first Boat-ting after the death of Lol Coxhill, who’d played such an important part at the club. A toast was quietly raised to the fallen hero.

   
 

Alex Ward
& Tom Jackson

Ward/Jackson 2

Dominic Lash

Lash 2
 

Roland Ramanan
             
 

Dominic Lash
& Alex Ward

Lol Coxhill
& Alex Ward

Noble solo

Lol Coxhill &
Steve Beresford
 
Armorel Weston and Kay Grant
Armorel Weston & Kay Grant
       

Guillaume Viltard & Jim Dvorak

Noble, Edwards, Coxhill
   

 


   
 

Nights in the Klinker

Hugh Metcalfe’s amazement arcade. Currently dormant, but –

     
 

Hugh Metcalfe

Phil Wachsmann

String trio

Hugh again
   

 

The drawings are by and © John Gibbens

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