Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
More today from Chris Welch’s 2008 notes in the CD insert:
““Ron was a big blues fan and maybe he’d read about Harriet’s Railroad on an album sleeve note. Sadly, there was no way Ron or Colin could join Tramline, as they were playing with Eric Delaney’s band and they were planning to launch Back Door. So Tramline was finished, but there was some really good playing on the last album.”
“Micky says they got paid £100 advance for making “Vegetable Centuries”, which meant they received £25 each. They went straight to Take Six in Wardour Street, Soho and spent the cash on clothes. “The albums didn’t sell a great deal but they were great fun to do and they did further my career.”
“After Tramline Moody joined the Mike Cotton Sound with Lucas and he also played with Zoot Money’s band. Next came a stint with Glen “Fernando” Campbell in Juicy Lucy, which he joined in July 1970. “I was honoured to be in the band because Glen was one of my heroes as a slide guitar player.”
After Juicy Lucy Micky teamed up with ex-Freedom drummer Bobby Harrison in 1992 to launch a new outfit Snafu, playing soul funk.”
More next time.