MUSIC rock & pop
What the Barman 5a w. . . .
Over the next six issues I’ll be jumping behind the bar at some of
Glasgow's most happening haunts. Guess where I am and you could win yourself a day out for two. Llama racing or a trip out with some wild birds are just two of the great prizes on offer. The clues are in the copy, just read on...
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the after work crowd and :9 pro-clubbing contingent and was 5.39
From my vantage point behind the “weather map" of a bar I had a great opportunity to check out the crowd.
Standing underneath the huge chandelier was a group of guys cele- brating a stag night who’d come in after a couple of hours ice skating - yup you read that correctly. After serving them J&B and cola, long over ice, what else would they be drinking?
A few years ago they could’ve been coming to this place to get ﬁtted for their outfits, not for a drink.
Send in your entries to
THE LIST (ISSUE 1), 22 ENDELL ST, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON, WCZH 9AD. The prize is for two vouchers worth £49 redeemable against a Red Letter Day
Experience. Entrants must be over 18. Employees of J&B or any associated companies are not eligible to enter. There is no cash alternative.
Tel 0131 555 1897 www.ccle.co.uk
“THE LIST 21 Oct-4 Nov 1999
ROCK 8: POP continued
WEDNESDAY 27 Glasgow I Badly Drawn Boy King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, St Vincent Street, 221 5279. 8.30pm. £6 plus booking fee. Darren Gough has created some of the most beguiling music of the last two years, but has a reputation for being infuriatineg inept live. On balance it’s worth giving this gig a go, given such sublime evidence as the last Badly Drawn Boy sin le ‘Once Around The Block’. I ig Bill Morganfield The Ferry, Clyde Place, 553 0606. 8pm. £9.50 (£7.50). Morganﬁeld is the son of blues legend Muddy Waters and by all accounts has inherited his pa’s talent. Part of Big Big World. I Peter Bruntnell and Speeder The Beat Room, g2, Sauchiehall Street, 353 3111. 7pm. Free. Go along and get your face on TV. I Aerogramme and Biffy Clyro The 13th Note Club, Clyde Street, 243 2177. 9pm. £3. I Black Sun Machine, Soulfinger and James Orr Complex The 13th Note Cafe, King Street, 553 1638. 8pm. I Elmo, Kastro and Singlesktn Glasgow School Of Art, Renfrew Street, 332 0691. 9pm. £4 (£2). The headliners Elmo are composed of students from the RSAMD. I Fuel, Sleepﬂower, Snib Glyder and Surround Strawberry Fields, Oswald Street, 221 7871. 9pm. £3. I Bronx Flares, Bath Street, 331 5160. 9.30pm. Free. Celebration of 705 sounds. I Jonny Logue Brel, Ashton Lane, 342 4966. 8pm. Free. Weekly solo acoustic set. I Open Stage The Halt Bar, Woodlands Road, 564 1527. 8.30pm. Free. Regular mid-week session.
I Jazz Singer's Night Jazz Joint, 8 Morrison Street, 221 1288. 10pm—3am.
£3. Hosted by Subie Coleman with the Brian Kellock Trio.
I The Music Club 232 Cannon’s Gait, Canongate, 556 4481. 9pm. Free. Open mic night - acoustic and electric, covers or originals.
I Norman Lamont Common Grounds, 2/3 North Bank Street, 226 1416. 7.30pm. Free. I Bottleneck Duo Whistle Binkies, Niddry Street, 557 5114. 11pm. Free.
THURSDAY 28 Glasgow
I Fear Factory Barrowland, Gallowgate, 552 4601. 7.30pm. £11 plus booking fee. Scary biscuits in the Barrowland area tonight. Don’t forget to take your protective leatherjacket to this metal showdown.
I Robbie Mackintosh Band The Ferry, Clyde Place, 553 0606. 8pm. £8.50 (£6.50). Guitarist who has given his services to Paul McCartney and The Pretenders and has now formed his own country rock outﬁt inspired by the likes of R Cooder. Part of Big Big World.
I E Hombre Trajeado, 1 Mellis Hairweave Quartet and Autocade King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, St Vincent Street, 221 5279. 8.30pm. £4 plus booking fee. The men in suits (as El Hombre Trajeado translates) promote another EP of ﬂuid Krautrockdnspired grooving with vocals increasingly creeping into their set.
I Wat Tyler Nice ’n’ Sleazy, Sauchiehall Street, 333 9637. 9pm. £4. Punkoid favourites.
I Pie. Sleepyhouse, Stone Dog and Sleepflower Stepping Stone, The Cathouse, Union Street, 248 6606. 8pm. £3 (advance ,£4 (door).
I Marimac a The 13th Note Cafe, King Street, 553 1638. 9pm. £5 (£3). Tickets from Missing Records, Wellington Street/Great Western Road. Live and electronic rhythms are used by Marimacha to invoke a Latin American spirit. Part of Glasgay.’
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