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Captain’s Log, Stardate August 14th (2016)

Turn it Up!

So, once more to the Gold Street Sheltered Workshop, and musos all over the joint. Getting in early for the jammers bar tab, or tuning up in the back room – the best place for alternative gossip, I have found…

A lively first set, sounded spookily like music, but what would I know, and a whole bunch of first time faces lit up – this week’s tally was four saxes, two bassists, two pianists, five guitarists, two trombones, one of them with Jack attached, Lee the trumpet, four drummers, four singers and if I knew where the pear tree was, there was probably a partridge up it, stuffing its feathers into its ears…

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