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BHLP 001 -VARIOUS ARTISTS
LIVE - A WEEK AT THE BRIDGE E16
SIDE ONE  
EVERYBODY'S GOT TO HAVE A HERO ROLL UPS
IT HURTS ME TOO SALT
HIPSHAKE SALT
MOVE OVER FILTHY McNASTY
SIDE TWO  
FIRE DOWN BELOW FILTHY McNASTY
WALKING IN THE SUN GERRY McAVOY JAM
ONLY FOR YOU REMUS DOWN BOULEVARD
I CANT GET NEXT TO YOU FILTHY McNASTY
HAND SHANDY ROLL UPS
   
EP SIDE ONE  
YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY JACKIE LYNTON'S HAPPY DAYS
EP SIDE TWO  
WALKIN' THE DOG GERRY McAVOY JAM
GUNRUNNER REMUS DOWN BOULEVARD
Recorded live at the Bridge House Canning Town London E16 in April 1978.
Filthy McNasty
Chris Thompson
Stevie Lange
Billy Kristian
Mike Walker
Geoff Whitehorn
Clive Edwards

Vocals, Guitar
Vocals, Percussion
Bass, Vocals
Keyboards
Guitar
Drums
Jackie Lynton's Happy Days
Jackie 'Lash' Lynton
Kirk 'Loader' Riddle
Graham 'Cupcake' Cooper
Alan 'Clint' Watkins
Greg Squeak

Vocals
Bass
Guitar
Drums
Sax, Harp
SALT
Stevie Smith
Mick Clarke
Stewart McDonald
Malcome Hine
Colin Nash

Vocals, Harp
Guitar
Bass
Slide Guitar
Drums
Gerry McAvoy Jam
Steve Whiteman Waller
Gerry McAvoy
Lou Martin
Rod De'Ath
Mick Eves
Ron Carthy

Vocals, Guitar
Bass, Vocals
Piano
Drums
Sax
Trumpet
Roll Ups
Lea Hart Jnr
Jeff Peters
Rick Andreos
Paul Airey

Guitar, Vocals
Bass, Vocals
Drums
Piano. Vocals
Remus Down Boulevard
Dave Edwards
Dennis Stratton
Ron Berg
Gerry Cunningham

Guitar, Vocals
Guitar, Vocals
Drums
Bass, Vocals

This was a Chris Thompson production and he really worked his socks off, having to not only deal with his own band Filthy McNasty, but the other five bands as well. No, I haven't made a mistake, there were only five bands on the album but we also recorded a sixth band, The Sprinklers, who got cold feet so we took them off the album. I have still got their recordings which have never been released.

The release of this album was the highlight of the Bridge House's success. We formed a record and publishing company and at that time we was the only pub in the world with it's own record label. I checked this out with th Guinness Book of Records and they agreed we were the first, but it's not a record until another pub forms a label and at the time we were the only one so we didn't get a mention.

We have still got the record label and new releases may be due soon. Chris Thompson has got a live set he recorded in 1980 and he recently said to me that I can release it on the Bridge House label. Watch this space...

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