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The greatest Aylesbury Friars gig of all time

 
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15 JULY 2014

The greatest Aylesbury Friars gig of all time

“Pushing through the market square...”

The folks over at Aylesbury Friars are celebrating the 42nd anniversary of the gig they consider to be: The Greatest Friars’ Gig Of All Time.

Of course they’re talking about David Bowie and The Spiders’ Saturday, July 15 gig at the venue in 1972. Here’s just one of the memories from that night as featured on the dedicated Friars Page: http://smarturl.it/FriarsBowieBest

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Rolling Stone's Glen O'Brien in an interview with Andy Warhol, 1972 said:

'The Aylesbury town hall is the size of an average pre-war high school gym...There were perhaps a thousand peers in the hall when we entered. At first I thought it was remarkable that RCA had spent at least $25,000 to bring a select group of writers to a concert at which there were no seats for them, save the floor...David Bowie did not come on unannounced. He was in fact preceded on stage by a handsome Negro and his attendants who attempted to work the audience to a fever pitch by tossing them balloons, pinwheels, and hundreds of Bowie posters. The audience needed little prodding, though, and anxiously awaited David Bowie and The Spiders From Mars, while the giant amplifiers sounded a recording of old Ludwig Von's Song of Joy from the Ninth Symphony. David appeared on stage with his band to what could fairly be called a thunderous ovation. And he deserved every handclap...His hair was a vibrant orange..And the band played on...And David proved himself to be a unique performer'

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