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Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec

Joe Offer 19 Nov 14 - 01:46 AM
Valmai Goodyear 19 Nov 14 - 02:35 AM
Musket 19 Nov 14 - 02:50 AM
GUEST,punkfolkrocker 19 Nov 14 - 08:18 AM
fat B****rd 19 Nov 14 - 02:44 PM
Steve Gardham 19 Nov 14 - 04:22 PM
Steve Gardham 19 Nov 14 - 05:20 PM
GUEST,punkfolkrocker 19 Nov 14 - 05:24 PM
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Subject: Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec
From: Joe Offer
Date: 19 Nov 14 - 01:46 AM

Off The Road & hu3 Productions in ssociation with Hull Music Archive proudly present...

WRECKLESS ERIC - Wednesday 10th December - The new Adelphi Club - 8pm onwards - advance tickets £8 from https://www.wegottickets.com/event/296993 or £10 on the door.

Wreckless Eric: Vocals, guitar & gum harmonica.
Amy Rigby: 12 string electric guitar & piano
Barry Payne: Bass
Sterling Roswell: Drums


Legendary Stiff Records original, internationally acclaimed underground artist and a true Hull cultural icon returns from upstate New York with a new band...and this time it's serious!

Playing material from his whole career including Stiff classics, there's every chance of hearing Semaphore Signals, The Final Taxi, I Wish It would Rain, Walking On The Surface Of The Moon and may be even Whole Wide World!
Reconnez Cherie?

'Wreckless Eric was the pop heart of Stiff Records'
Uncut Magazine June 2104

www.wrecklesseric.com

Plus support from Sterling Roswell & Hull's own Original Brew DJs

About HULL MUSIC ARCHIVE

Hull Music Archive is a unique new project which aims to build a detailed and definitive history of the music scene in Hull. The Archive will document every band and artist active in Hull across the decades, across every genre and musical style. It will also detail venues, labels, studios, record shops, music shops, publications, events/festivals and absolutely everything else related to the Hull music scene, past and present.

The Archive aims to create a p...ermanent Web-based record of information from the beginnings of the Hull scene to the present day, collecting details of releases on vinyl, tape and CD and collecting copies of memorabilia and ephemera for future generations to read about, see and enjoy. The Archive will show that we have always been a City Of Culture!

Hull Music Archive is an open-ended community project which will grow organically over time - visit the website at www.hullmusicarchive.co.uk to see the progress so far, or visit the Facebook page atwww.facebook.com/HullMusicArchive for regular updates.




Jayney Wright
Off The Road Productions
Cottingham Springboard Festival & Springboard Monthly shows.
Tel: 07852311631

Find out whats up and coming in Off The Road, Cottingham Springboard Festival ( & Springboard monthlies) by visiting
Website: offtheroad.co.uk.   www.springboardfestival.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/offtheroad.hull. www.facebook.com/cottinghamspringboardmusicfestival
Twitter: https://twitter.com/OffTheRoadHull


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Subject: RE: Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec
From: Valmai Goodyear
Date: 19 Nov 14 - 02:35 AM

Good Lord!

Valmai (Lewes)


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Subject: RE: Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec
From: Musket
Date: 19 Nov 14 - 02:50 AM

You know, I think I'll try to get over. Only 45 mins to Hull. I was in a band that got a few support gigs for Stiff (but no recording contract, buggers...) and we opened for him at, I think, Retford Porterhouse and somewhere in Wakefield. Hazy memory..

Great to see that punk is folk after all. 😎 I used to be playing punk on a Saturday and the following night turn out at a local folk club. Happy days.


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Subject: RE: Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 19 Nov 14 - 08:18 AM

My Wreckless vinyl [including the picture disc LP] has been boxed up unplayed collecting dust in me mum's attic
for well over 30 years...

Whole Wide World / Semaphore Signals - big influence on the songwriting style in our teenage punk band back at that time..

I reckon I must have seen him gig at Leeds Poly or Uni approx 1979 ???


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Subject: RE: Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec
From: fat B****rd
Date: 19 Nov 14 - 02:44 PM

Apparently he owned a part share in a trawler and had to actually go to sea to justify shares etc. I had Live stiffs (great title) on the MFP label years ago. Reck on Eric!


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Subject: RE: Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec
From: Steve Gardham
Date: 19 Nov 14 - 04:22 PM

Very interesting re Hull Music Archive. Hull Folk Archive already well under way. In fact all of the hard copy has been deposited with the History Centre and we are currently embarking on digitising the many recordings made at folk clubs in the 60s and 70s. Where is the Hull Music Archive being deposited?

Regarding a web-based presence we already have a page on Facebook but would be interested in contributing material to a general music online presence.

PM me if interested.


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Subject: RE: Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec
From: Steve Gardham
Date: 19 Nov 14 - 05:20 PM

It's okay, Joe, I've contacted them via the website.


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Subject: RE: Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec
From: GUEST,punkfolkrocker
Date: 19 Nov 14 - 05:24 PM

Hull Music Archive ? - Hoping for a fair bit of interesting Mick Ronson material, if it's made available online...


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Subject: RE: Wreckless Eric returns to Hull 10 Dec
From: nboldock
Date: 20 Nov 14 - 04:37 AM

Hi all

I am the editor/creator of Hull Music Archive.

Firstly - Steve, I've just responded to your email - thanks for getting in touch.

The archive website only launched about a fortnight ago and can be found at www.hullmusicarchive.co.uk

At the moment the content is minimal but there is already plenty more to come - my inbox is "busy", shall we say!

The Archive aims to cover all eras and all genres and as you can see from the website is not limited to just bands and artists, but also covers venues, studios, labels, publications, festivals, record/music shops, people, places... the lot. It is very open-ended and we are very keen to make it a community project as time goes by.

We are creating an electronic online archive rather than a physical archive so people need only send us images/scans of material - though a few bands have sent CDs and whatnot which is fine by me, it makes the job a little easier and also means I get to listen to more music, which can only be a good thing.

Whether in future years we look at physical exhibitions, maybe - there are a lot of things in the pipeline related to the Archive that will be happening outside of the website itself.

The website is live now, but we are officially "launching" at the aforementioned Wreckless Eric gig. Eric has kindly agreed to do this and is fully behind the project.

We also now have Henry Priestman on board as a supporter of the Archive and hopefully he will also be promoting the project in some capacity very soon.

I should add that we are not the main promoters for the Wreckless Eric gig - that honour goes to Andy Richardson at HU3 Productions and Jayney at Off The Road, but we are helping out with as much as we can.

Given Hull's place in the heritage of folk music, particularly from the 1960s onwards, I would hope and expect that there will be a great deal of folk content on the site eventually. If anyone is keen to assist in any way whatsoever, please get in touch with us via the website or on info@hullmusicarchive.co.uk or even on Facebook (Hull Music Archive, surprisingly).

Any questions... fire away!

Cheers
Nick
Hull Music Archive


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