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On 10 Sep 2007 at 12:21am zola wrote:
Neville shop is open until 9.00,Monday-Sunday.Often a life saver.And they sell lovely home made curries too...
On the club topic,one 'club' i remember was Cleopatras in Malling Street.I was too young to go in but my big brother used to go there.Was a lively place by all accounts.
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On 10 Sep 2007 at 11:20am Angela Grand wrote:
I find the people in the Nevill shop open till 9 rude and arrogant.
Often they just bark how much you owe them, no banter or anything.
If they are chatting on the phone when you go in they don't even acknowledge your there and sometime keep you waiting while they finish their chat.
Best Avoid. If you do need anything then Ziggy next door is much nicer. Opens till 8.
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On 10 Sep 2007 at 9:59pm expat wrote:
I remember Cleopatras on Malling Street too, although I don't think I was old enough, or maybe it was when we all used to hang out in the Rainbow (and the Lamb) which was the meeting place for all the young locals. Is the rainbow still lively or more sedate now? Anyone out there that used to frequent the two pubs in the 70's?
 
 
On 10 Sep 2007 at 11:30pm zola wrote:
Ive always found them alright in Neville shop....On the slightly off subject of the Lamb and the Rainbow,Yes,i remember both well.I havent been in either for years.Maybe my age,but they just dont appeal to me any more.Gardners and Lewes Arms now.But werent they both fun in the late 70's and 80's!! Think another thread beckons.Could be a good one!
Zola.**
 
 
On 10 Sep 2007 at 11:52pm Rookie wrote:
Yep, was regular in the Lamb in the late 70's, and sometimes the Rainbow back bar. I used to like the Lamb cos they had live bands some nights on a little stage and it was always packed. The Piranhas spring to mind.
 
 
On 11 Sep 2007 at 5:26pm zola wrote:
The Rainbow has changed a lot,back bar now gone,and the front has been done out like a lot of pubs have here now.Trendier,walls knocked down,looks like a wine bar,although ive only been once recently.To me it has lost all its old charm...The Lamb is the same to look at,but i dont know what its like to drink in.Think its my age....Im a Gardners girlie,Lewes Arms sometimes.
O,and Mick Miles died about 5 years ago.
Zola.**
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On 11 Sep 2007 at 10:01pm expat wrote:
Was Jeremy Bird the lead singer of the Piranhas (and single Poison Ivy?)
 
 
On 11 Sep 2007 at 10:12pm The Tooth Fairy wrote:
No, The Lamboretors(?) was his band. Not sure if he was lead singer either.
 
 
On 12 Sep 2007 at 7:49am dyl wrote:
I think "poison ivy" was by the lambrettas.
The lead singer of the Piranhas (Big hit with Tom Hark) was "boring Bob Grover" who used to drink in the London Unity pub in Brighton
 
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On 12 Sep 2007 at 12:00pm MC wrote:
"boring Bob Grover" drinks in the Greys, Southover Street, Hanover, Brighton and always has, almost every night for 20 years.
He's not as boring as people make out. He just talks slowly... very slowly.
MC
 
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On 13 Sep 2007 at 1:56am expat wrote:
It's all coming back now. You're right, Jez Bird was the lead singer of the Lambrettas, formerly known as Jeremy at Malling Primary School.
 
 
On 14 Sep 2007 at 11:09am Rookie wrote:
Southern Ryder were quite good too. There was plenty of dross there as well though. Jez Bird still performs around the pubs. I'm sure I've seen him advertised at the Pelham Arms recently.
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On 14 Sep 2007 at 11:23am Rookie wrote:
And who can remember the Lambrettas first album title?..............
 
 
On 20 Sep 2007 at 10:26pm Geoff wrote:
Ahhhhhhhhh, the Lambrettas. Anyone remeber creme Bruile. What a band
 
 
On 26 Sep 2007 at 6:59pm chris lee wrote:
The first Lambrettas album was called ''BEAT BOYS IN THE JET AGE'' and the second album was named ''AMBIENCE''.
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On 19 Aug 2008 at 12:47am DAz wrote:
For those of you who may be interested Boring Bob Grover of The Piranhas is playing with a new band called DATES. It's a mixed age line-up and they play what their myspace page describes as odball-pop! Recently had the priveledge of seeing them play at The Albert near Brighton station and they were brilliant... all original songs with a nod in the direction of 1982 but mainly a new crunchy upbeat sound. Funniest thing is that Boring Bob looks exactly the same as he did way back when. Have a look at www.myspace.com/datesmusic


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