I'm looking into the practicality and legality of doing some audio downloads and will get back to you later.
That warm up man I guess was Bobby Crush and he did play his part in the creation of Bobby Chariot but also Felix thingy who used to be in Hi De Hi and of course Stan Boardman.
I am working on volume two of my memoirs though I am also writing some new short stories which may be published first.
Now here's the photo of me and my racing bike that you've all been waiting for, though I think its a bit blurry. I do in fact wear a helmet when I'm riding this since I get up to some high speeds though I don't when I'm on my day to day street bike. It was wonderful when I was in the Hague to see that nobody wore a helmet which is the way it should be.
Columbus alloy frame, ITM extension with straight bars (I did have drops but for ten years I only rode straight bars with trigger shifts on my hybrid and got so used to that, now I have Shimano Deore levers and shifts although the brakes are Ultegra) Fizik saddle, BRC carbon forks, Mavic Pro wheels and Shimano Utegra rear mech and triple chainring at the front (even though up until this bike I rode Campagnolo since I was twelve years old) and Look Keo pedals. The Wilf is optional.
A guy emailed asking me about a routine I used to do about a guy on a motorbike "drop down a cog, give it a handful, I was laughin my mate was laughin". I think the routine is called Romford Bypass but I can't remember where it can be found, is it on one of the series of Stuff? Does anybody know?
Not to crow or anything but...
Actually if he came to me I'd be able and willing to tell him how to get at least some of his mojo back. Though I do think I need to be issued a formal apology from everybody in the public, press and showbiz who under-appreciated me from the late 80s to the mid 90s.
Hi Ben, I don't see why your ex-wife took her anger out on my album but I did notice a nice Irish journalist has downloaded the Cak album on a site called dumbriffs