No, I live in Harlow.
Anything really, but I do like Real Ale and Brandy (not in the same glass!)
Watching the steam trains go under the bridge at Turnpike Lane (where we lived).
Yes to the first and no to the second (my first wife took it when we divorced - never forgiven her!)
The WHO at Hertford Corn Exchange, 25th March 1966. So loud, my ears rang for a week after. They do it all the time now, so I guess it was a sign of things to come.
Trainee Manager at WH Smiths - a long time ago....
I've got three kids who all play rock with various instruments including drums - and better than me!
John Lennon, Keith Moon, Samuel Pepys, Brian Redhead, Jordan, and that bird Fiona wossname who used to write about her sexual exploits for Men Only magazine when I was a teenager.
On and off since I was 16 (45-odd years), but mostly off.
Kids bands and now a serious covers rock band. We're planning to gig around Harlow in 2011.
Listening to "The Blues Volume..." EPs on Chess records, round at a friend's house while smoking roll-ups made from three Rizla papers.
Rock / Rhythm and Blues (the original R&B - not this modern club stuff).
Sonny Boy Williamson
T Bone Walker
John Lee Hooker
Does Chuck Berry count??? - I know he's an arsehole, but listen to the piano player on the old stuff - name of Johnnie Johnson. Now that's boogie!!!!!
The Who, The Faces, Bob Dylan.
Was at the same reception as David Bowie once, and I met Robert Plant and Jimmy Page briefly at a family 'do'. Bruce Welch, rhythm guitarist from the Shadows, was also there - but I don't count him.
I love my daughter's Pearl kit with its Zildjian cymbals.
Always wanted to play the harmonica but never mastered it. Any harp will do.
Keith Moon to partner me on drums and do the fills I can't, My mate Nick on keyboards (he won't come to the Blues Jam as he will only play his own stuff, which is a real shame). Janis Joplin to sing, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee for a bit of contrast. John Entwistle on bass. Jimmy Page or maybe Hendrix on lead, Robert Johnson to find us the all the chicks and write some stuff, John Mayall to keep them all in line. Pete Townsend to write some more stuff.
I know... that's nearly the whole WHO line up, but after all they were a pretty good band!!!
Don't know, really.
Watching all my three kids (and new Portuguese daughter in law) playing a great rock set together and knocking the audience for six at my eldest son's wedding reception in Portugal - and then joining them on the kit for a few numbers.
I actually really enjoy the playing (drums) but more than that, watching the others who are often so much better than me (and try to pick up a few tips).
To have been at a Beatles session in the Cavern in Liverpool.
To have been there when Elvis recorded "Heartbreak Hotel" at Sun records.
To have been at the crossroads when Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil...
YES, YES, YES!
I'll forgo the Bible and the works of Shakespeare, ta.
A Swiss army knife.
When one door closes, another one shuts.
Wouldn't be a secret if I did!