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Cockney Rebel 1975 Tour Programme (XI)

Back Cover…

Oh my…. now THIS I was not expecting…

Shall we take a better look at it?…

I think it’s a pun. A cocked pistol held by a man who may, or may not, be a rebel?

Oh, and a woman’s bare arse.

I guess Harley had to pay the bills somehow so why not an ad from Levi’s?

With a woman’s bare arse.

Normal EFA70sTRO diary service will resume tomorrow… I hope you’ve all enjoyed the detour (programme)?

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Cockney Rebel 1975 Tour Programme (X)

Page 14

A piece of fluff about Sailor…

Page 15

… and an ad from their record company, Epic

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Cockney Rebel 1975 Tour Programme (IX)

Page 13

Ooooh…. mooooooody!

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Cockney Rebel 1975 Tour Programme (VIII)

Page 11

The photo at the top is OK, but why bother with the others?

Page 12

Poor old Steve looks like he doing some really bad sign language

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Cockney Rebel 1975 Tour Programme (VII)

Page 10

Things I did not know (rather, forgotten) about the Rebel band members…

Stuart Elliot used to play drums for Adam Faith.

Jim Cregan played with Cat Stevens.

George Ford was amongst the backing vocals on John Lennon’s “Power to the People“. How cool is that?

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Cockney Rebel 1975 Tour Programme (VI)

Pages 8/9

Steve Harley centerfold.

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Cockney Rebel 1975 Tour Programme (V)

Page 6

An ad for music weekly paper Melody Maker.

Who is that supposed to be do you reckon? Clapton? Ronnie Laine? No idea? Me either.

Page 7

Moody pic of Steve plus the lyrics to (what I think is) one of his very best songs. “Please banter with me the banter of youth” has always slayed me with its meaning, moreso as I’ve grown older and more ‘responsible’

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