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2. Hey Girl
3. Start of the Story
4. You and Me (Pt. 1)
5. Watching the Carpet Grow
1. Wild Blue Ocean
2. Choose Between the Two
3. The Siren's Song
4. Rubies
5. Shadows
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This was the first live gig we ever played. It was a 40th birthday party for one of Rudi's friends, John Field.

We had 8 songs and played them twice. The second time was with a stand-in drummer, as the regular drummer, Fred, had had a falling out with his then girlfriend (now wife) and announced that he was going outside to break up with her. We didn't see him again that night and on the Monday when I saw him at work he announced that they had got engaged!

The best part about that night was the audience all dancing to our songs and me dancing and singing in the middle of them. It was a blast!
The party itself was a fancy dress night - "deadbeats," I think - so that explains the pretty bad outfits!
The second gig at a "Space" party, hence the Star Trek outfit worn by the singer. Fred didn't quite get into the mood of the idea though :-)
Rudi making an announcement, not that too many people were taking much notice at the time.
This picture is one of the few that exist of the 3rd gig, which was at another party for some friends who had recently got engaged.

We had to set up in a gazebo outside in the garden. In order to protect our equipment from any potential rain, we had covered the frame with tarpaulins. The trouble was, it made the inside of the "tent" very hot. The waistcoats were Rudi's idea and I wore a long black wig.

I was so nervous that night that I drank an entire stubbie of beer during the intro to the first song. If you listen to Start of the Story, you'll understand how short a time that was!

The engaged couple broke up not long afterwards!
Welcome to Vibrafeel Studios, the scene of the crime that was to become the first album.
Rudi preparing to weave some magic on his bass, while Dave E is already halfway through the song!
Making sure they can hear what's going on. Jenni and Fred "put their ears on."
The drumkit all mic'd up and ready to go during the first recording session.
Discarded bass during a break. Probably not the best place to leave it!
Fred grabbing a little refreshment in between takes.
Engineer Mick Borkowski caught by surprise by some dastardly photographer with an active camera!
This picture is from the last gig we played. DK had a strange idea of hiring a purple lamé suit and wearing a salt and pepper wig.

We had invited a lot of people with the offer of free beer. I think we had about 15 people there, and a lot of beer left over!
David K belting out the vocals!
By this point in the evening, DK had dispensed with the wig, as it had got extremely hot!
Rehearsing some songs for the second CD with our new bass player, Steve, in the basement of my flat in Windsor. I don't know what the neighbours thought! :-)
A rear view of our engineer, Mick Borkowski, at Vibrafeel Studios during the recording of the second CD.
A drummers-eye view of Warren Mitchell practising the intro to Choose between the Two, the song he contributed to the second CD.
The "weapons" waiting to be used during the recording of the second CD.
Dave Elms hard at work on the acoustic late one friday night.
Dave again, but swapping to a loaned electric guitar. I think that's a G he's playing!
Dave makes a mistake and laughs through the pickup, which, if you listen carefully, you can hear in the mix of "All I Miss (is the Football) because it was accidentally left in...
Dave totally shagged at about 2am one friday night. It was a tough thing to ask after working all day!
We were looking for somewhere to take some pictures for the cover of the second CD. We ended up standing in a field in the rain somewhere out in the wilds of Pinkenba!
In September 2006, a small reunion of the former band members was held in Brisbane, basically 10 years after we last played together in any form.

From left: Dave Elms, Steve Norris, David Kelsey, Jenni Kerle, Fred Waters, and Rudi Prudon.
Our engineer from the studio, Mick Borkowski (left), was kind enough to attend, and captured some of the proceedings on film. What happens to the film is yet to be determined!
Fred the drummer in his natural habitat!
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