Way back in around 1987 I used to play in a trio called “Packet of Three” with my dear friend mr Alan Meadows. One night we had a “doubler” where, having finished a gig in Darlington, we packed up and went off to play a second at a “nightclub” in Stockton. Tugboat Annies was a small boat on the Tees with a gangplank just wide enough to get our “White” bassbins down and a stage the size of a postage stamp. During our opener “No Matter What” by Bad Finger (on the Apple label) we happened to get a strong whiff of what can only be described as weed. By the end of the night, we’d slowed down to a crawl, acknowledged that the entire place was smoking it and proceeded to giggle our way back up the gangplank and away.
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