Right, that’s it forever for Right, That’s It Forever, forever resting, as it now does, in (a tiny niche of) the public domain. You can buy it at Nettlewine, if you’re lucky enough to get in before it sells out.
We played an hour-long launch gig at Wellingborough’s excellent Castle venue, and happily sold out the hundred-ish tickets. Sara Spade kindly supported us, and I think she was really surprised by the über quiet audience – you could literally have heard a pin drop between her songs.
I can’t remember so much about the gig, except for the fact that we got a proper backstage dressing room, and Jon managed to, um, wow the crowd with some break-dancing, in a bid to sledgehammer the crowd into dancing.
We also indulged ourselves in a mid-set acoustic section, and I came forward to harmonise over a couple of Ian’s Sunface-era songs, and the band-schisming ‘Fix a Broken Heart’. This all went down particularly well.
True to form we totally screwed up ‘Mistake of Old Time’s Sake’. We have never played it well since recording it, but I suppose that’s okay.
Feel-good factor was in full flow, and many albums and t-shirts were sold on the night to loyal and supportive friends and family. The fact is, getting up there and doing it, whoever cares, is what it’s all been about.
Thank you to everyone who has supported us to date.