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TIMELINE - 1968


Date Event Source

Tue 2 Jan 1968

Dungeon Club, Copper Kettle, Tower Bridge Road

DC/DG

Thu 4 Jan 1968

Addlestone

DC

Fri 5 Jan 1968

Eastleigh

DC

Sun 7 Jan 1968

BBC TV

DC

Fri 12 Jan 1968

Pedro William IV, Leyton Baths

DG

Sun 14 Jan 1968

Fire at All Star Club E1

DG

Sun 14 Jan 1968

University, Warwick

DC

Sat 20 Jan 1968

King Lud, Fleet Street

DC

Tue 23 Jan 1968

North London Polytechnic

DC

Fri 26 Jan 1968

Hitchin

DC

Fri 26 Jan 1968

Alex Campbell, Sandy Denny and Chapter Three at St Pancras Town Hall

DG

Thu 1 Feb 1968

Tony Visconti - meet to discuss arrangements

DC

Thu 1 Feb 1968

Greyhound Fulham Palace Road

DC

Fri 2 Feb 1968

Ashby de la Zouch

DC

Sat 3 Feb 1968

Lichfield

DC

Sat 3 Feb 1968

News item about Maureen Kennedy Martin leaving the Tinkers (she'll be needing a new guitarist then - DG)

DG

Sun 4 Feb 1968

Peterborough

DC

Mon 5 Feb 1968

Chappell Recording Studios, Maddox Street - record tracks for first single - Gus Dudgeon producer

DC

Tue 6 Feb 1968

C`happell Recording Studios, Maddox Street - overdub orchestra - Tony Visconti arranger

DC

Tue 6 Feb 1968

Covenfolk, Red Lion, Barnes

DC/DG

Wed 7 Feb 1968

Denmark

DC

Thur 8 Feb 1968

Denmark

DC

Fri 9 Feb 1968

Denmark

DC

Sat 10 Feb 1968

Denmark

DC

Sun 11 Feb 1968

Swindon

DC

Wed 14 Feb 1968

Crawley
also playing: Redd Sullivan

DC

Fri 16 Feb 1968

See Chris Blackwell

DC

Sun 18 Feb 1968

Regent Sound A - Folk guitar session - meet Tom Allom

DC

Mon 19 Feb 1968

Norwich

DC

Tue 20 Feb 1968

BBC for interview for Danmarks Radio???

DC

Fri 23 Feb 1968

Southampton

DC

Wed 28 Feb 1968

Two Billion Folk Club, Norfolk Arms, Wembley (billed as Strawberry Hill Boys)

DC/DG

Thu 29 Feb 1968

WB - Malcolm Price

DC

Thu 1 Mar 1968

Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera at International Student House, nr Great Portland Street, with Ten Years After

DG

Mon 4 Mar 1968

Portsmouth

DC

Tues 5 Mar 1968

Kensington

DC

Wed 6 Mar 1968

Leeds

DC

Thu 7 Mar 1968

WB - Derek Brimstone

DC

Fri 8 Mar 1968

BBC My Kind of Folk - Piccadilly 1
also features Dominic Behan and Noel Murphy
broadcast on 13 Mar 1968

DC

Sat 9 Mar 1968

Speakeasy???

DC

Mon 11 Mar 1968

Regent Sound A Session Tony Meehan/John McLaughlin

DC

Tue 12 Mar 1968

Harrow

DC

Thu 14 Mar 1968

WB - Ralph McTell

DC

Thu 14 Mar 1968

Wakefield

DC

Fri 15 Mar 1968

Tinkers Club

DC

Fri 15 Mar 1968

Decca releases "Father's Name Is Dad"/"Treacle Toffee World", credited on the label to "The Fire"

DG

Sat 16 Mar 1968

Oxfam, Bishops Stortford

DC

Sat 16 Mar 1968

Maureen Kennnedy Martin made her post Tinkers debut, MM commetning: "good to find her singing mainly material that hardly anyone else uses ... Strawbs' 'Jimmy Wilson'"

DG

Sun 17 Mar 1968

Chester

DC

Sun 17 Mar 1968

Sandy Denny at Starting Gate, Wood Green

DG

Tue 19 Mar 1968

BBC TV rehearse Leonard Cohen Guitar, banjo

DC

Wed 20 Mar 1968

BBC TV record Sings Leonard Cohen, with Danny Thompson, Tony Carr??, John Cameron ??

DC

Wed 20 Mar 1968

White Lion, Putney

DG

Thu 21 Mar 1968

WB - Noel Murphy

DC

Fri 22 Mar 1968

Clitheroe
also playing: Redd Sullivan

DC

Sat 23 Mar 1968

Manchester
also playing Redd Sullivan

DC

Sat 24 Mar 1968

Don Quixote Folk Club, 259 Old Brompton Road

DG

Thu 28 Mar 1968

Cardinal

DC

Fri 29 Mar 1968

Tony Hall meeting - image advice

DC

Sun 31 Mar 1968

Gus Dudgeon meeting

DC

Mon 1 Apr 1968

Wolverhampton

DC

Wed 3 Apr 1968

Putney - Maureen Kennedy-Martin

DC

Thu 4 Apr 1968

Barrie Wentzell photo session in Osterley Park

DC

Thu 4 Apr 1968

WB - Strawbs, Redd Sullivan & guests

DC/DG

Thu 4 April 1968

Martin Luther King assassinated

DG

Sat 6 Apr 1968

Troubadour, Earls Court
review in MM dated 20 Apr 1968 by Eric Winter
You don't have to have a long memory to remember the Strawbs when they were called the Strawberry Hill Boys - a fast-playing and talented country music group. There was an echo of their past when they played a couple of bluegrass breakdowns and a march at the Troubadour recently. But most of their programme, in keeping with their new image, was devoted to their own songs. Third-man Ron Chesterman is a swinging bass player. The group is to have an LP out quite soon. They certainly deserve to be recorded.

DC

Sun 7 Apr 1968

Bristol

DC

Wed 10 Apr 1968

BBC My Kind of Folk Recording

DC

Thu 11 Apr 1968

WB - Strawbs and guests

DC/DG

Mon 15 Apr 1968

Colchester

DC

Tue 16 Apr 1968

Gus Dudgeon meeting

DC

Wed 17 Apr 1968

Shipley/Wolverhampton

DC

Thur 18 Apr 1968

BBC/Tom Browne Be In

DC

Thu 18 Apr 1968

WB - Michael Chapman

DC

Sat 20 Apr 1968

Birmingham

DC

Wed 24 Apr 1968

Gus Dudgeon meeting

DC

Wed 24 Apr 1968

BBC/Tom Browne Be In

DC

Thu 25 Apr 1968

Addlestone

DC

Thu 25 Apr 1968

WB - John Foreman

DG

Sat 27 Apr 1968

King Lud, Fleet Street

DC

Sat 27 Mar 1968

Sandy Denny at Clerkenwell Tavern

DG

Sat 27 Mar 1968

announcement in MM that Strawbs had signed with American label A&M Records

DG

Sun 28 Apr 1968

Save the Children Swindon

DC

Mon 29 Apr 1968

Sandy Denny at Phoenix Pb, Cavendish Square

DG

Tue 30 Apr 1968

Gus Dudgeon meeting

DC

Tue 30 Apr 1968

Cliff Aungier's Dungeon Club, The Copper, Tower Bridge Road

DG

Thu 2 May 1968

Jug of Punch Birmingham

DC

Thu 2 May 1968

WB - Alex Campbell

DC/DG

Fri 3 May 1968

Gus Dudgeon meeting

DC

Fri 3 May 1968

Pear Tree Inn, Wolverhampton

DC

Sat 4 May 1968

Queens Hotel, Oswestry

DC

Sun 5 May 1968

Hitchin

DC

Mon 6 May 1968

Red Lion,Hemel Hempstead

DC

Tue 7 May 1968

Tony Visconti meeting

DC

Tue 7 May 1968

Peterborough

DC

Wed 8 May 1968

Tony Visconti meeting

DC

Thu 9 May 1968

BBC/Tom Browne Be In

DC

Fri 10 May 1968

Gus Dudgeon/Karl Knudsen meeting

DC

Sun 12 May 1968

Sandy Denny and John Martyn at Horseshoe, Tottenham Court Road

DG

Sun 12 May 1968

Enterprise Folk Club, Hampstead
also playing: Terry Gould, Marian McKenzie, Don Borito

DC/DG

Mon 13 May 1968

David Platz/Karl Knudsen meeting

DC

Wed 15 May 1968

Visit Omar Khyam restaurant

DC

Fri 17 May 1968

Gus Dudgeon meeting

DC

Sat 18 May 1968

BBC/Tom Browne Be In/London News

DC

Tue 21 May 1968

Crosby Hotel Scunthorpe

DC

Wed 22 May 1968

University of Warwick, Coventry

DC

Thu 23 May 1968

Globe

DC

Thu 23 May 1968

WB - White Bear Hounslow Mike Absalom

DC

Fri 24 May 1968

Jersey

DC

Sat 25 Mar 1968

Sandy Denny at Anglers, Teddington

DG

Sat 25 May 1968

MM piece in Raver column about Sandy Denny replacing Judy Dyble in Fairport Convention

DG

Sun 26 May 1968

Chichester

DC

Mon 27 May 1968

Gus Dudgeon meeting

DC

Tue 28 May 1968

Neasden

DC

Fri 31 May 1968

Gus Dudgeon meeting

DC

Sat 1 Jun 1968

MM ad for Saturday agency mentions that Fire'ssecond signle is coming soon on Decca

DG

Thu 6 Jun 1968

Gus Dudgeon/Tony Visconti meeting

DC

Thu 6 Jun 1968

WB - "Oh How She Changed" single pre release

DC

Mon 10 Jun 1968

Gus Dudgeon/John Mackswith meeting - Lansdown engineer

DC

Mon 10 Jun 1968

Barry Clayman meeting

DC

Wed 12 Jun 1968

Noel Gay meeting

DC

Thu 13 Jun 1968

BBC/Tom Browne London News

DC

Thu 13 Jun 1968

WB - Martin Winsor

DC

Fri 14 Jun 1968

University, Brighton

DC

Sat 15 Jun 1968

King Lud, Fleet Street

DC

Tue 18 Jun 1968

US release date of "Oh How She Changed"

DG

Thu 20 Jun 1968

Record at Lansdowne (10am-10pm)

DC

Fri 21 Jun 1968

Record at Lansdowne (10am-10pm)

DC

Fri 21 Jun 1968

UK release date of "Oh How She Changed"

DG

Sat 22 Jun 1968

Harlow

DC

Mon 24 Jun 1968

Nosrati meeting

DC

Tue 25 Jun 1968

Club, Plymouth

DC

Wed 25 Jun 1968

Concert, Plymouth

DC

Thu 27 Jun 1968

Carnival, Hunts

DC

Fri 28 Jun 1968

Record at Lansdowne (10am-10pm)

DC

Sat 29 Jun 1968

MM reported "new folk and blues club opening on Fulham Road, star attraction is the Strawbs. Elsewhere, "new late night show, 10-2, Strawbs promoting their latest record (see item below 5 Jul 1968)

DG

Thu 4 Jul 1968

John Gaydon meeting - EG Management

DC

Thu 4 Jul 1968

WB - Strawbs, Chas Upton and other guests

DG

Fri 5 Jul 1968

La Fiesta, Fulham Road

DC/DG

Sat 6 Jul 1968

Chelmsford

DC

Sat 6 Jul 1968

article by Tony Wilson - "A Change Of Fortune For The Strawbs"

DG

Sat 6 Jul 1968

review of Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera LP

DG

Mon 8 Jul 1968

Record at Lansdowne

DC

Tue 9 Jul 1968

Record at Lansdowne

DC

Thu 11 Jul 1968

Record at Lansdowne

DC

Thu 11 Jul 1968

WB - Colin Scot and Strawbs

DG

Fri 12 Jul 1968

Grammar School, Marlborough

DC

Sat 13 Jul 1968

BBC/Tom Browne London News

DC

Sat 13 Jul 1968

MM Chris Welch review of "Oh How She changed" single: "Pretty tune, fantastic production and after the soft intro comes a delayed action beat that infects high drama into the performance. Bee Gees type strings are used with an imaginative arrangement that does not get in the way of the vocal harmonies. Quite symphonic in structure."

DG

Tue 16 Jul 1968

Reduction at Lansdowne??? - mixing

DC

Wed 17 Jul 1968

RAF, Huntingdon

DC

Thu 18 Jul 1968

Derby

DC

Fri 19 Jul 1968

Blackburn

DC

Tue 23 Jul 1968

Harlow Arts Festival
also playing: The Spinners, Noel Murphy and Derek Brimstone

DC/DG

Wed 24 Jul 1968

Backing track???

DC

Wed 24 Jul 1968

Havant

DC

Thu 13 Jun 1968

WB - Alex Campbell, Trevor Crozier

DC/DG

Sat 27 Jul 1968

Cambridge Folk Festival

DC

Sun 28 Jul 1968

Saracens Head, Chelmsford

DC

Tue 30 Jul 1968

Tony Hall meeting - Promote "Oh How She Changed"

DC

Thu 1 Aug 1968

WB - Stefan Grossman

DC

Fri 3 Aug 1968

Webster Hall, Arbroath

DC

Sun 4 Aug 1968

Burnt Island, Fife

DC

Mon 5 Aug 1968

Kirkaldy

DC

Tue 6 Aug 1968

Arbroath

DC

Thu 8 Aug 1968

WB - Derek Brimstone

DC

Sun 11 Aug 1968

BBC/Tom Browne London News

DC

Mon 12 Aug 1968

Karl Knudsen arrives

DC

Thu 15 Aug 1968

Noel Gay meeting

DC

Thu 15 Aug 1968

WB - Patrick Nelson (no mention of Strawbs)

DG

Fri 16 Aug 1968

Les Cousins, Greek Street
"The Strawbs, a fine group blending good music with equally good songs" Tickets 5 shillings (25p)

DC/DG

Sat 17 Aug 1968

La Fiesta Fulham Road
"One of Britain's finest folk groups currently promoting their latest hit record"

DC./DG

Sun 18 Aug 1968

Film clip for 'The Man Who Called Himself Jesus' Eastington, Nr Stroud

DC

Mon 19 Aug 1968

Film clip for 'The Man Who Called Himself Jesus' Eastington, Nr Stroud

DC

Tue 20 Aug 1968

Film clip for 'The Man Who Called Himself Jesus' Eastington, Nr Stroud

DC

Wed 21 Aug 1968

Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera at Country Club, 210 Haverstock Hill

DG

Thu 22 Aug 1968

WB - White Bear Hounslow Ian Anderson

DC

Fri 23 Aug 1968

Ashby-de-le-Zouch

DC

Sat 24 Aug 1968

Oswestry

DC

Sun 11 Aug 1968

BBC/Tom Browne London News

DC

Tue 27 Aug 1968

Dennis Mitchell meeting

DC

Tue 27 Aug 1968

John Gaydon meeting

DC

Tue 27 Aug 1968

Hungry I Cellar, London Road, Croydon

DC/DG

Thur 29 Aug 1968

Black Bull, Barnet & Whetstone FC

DC/DG

Sat 31 Aug 1968

Troubadour, Bristol

DC

Sat 31 Aug 1968

Free concert at Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham at the open air Arena Thatre - Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, Roy Harper, Breakthru, the Frame

DG

Sun 1 Sep 1968

BBC/Tom Browne London News

DC

Mon 2 Sep 1968

A&M arrive - stay Dorchester Gil Friesen

DC

Tue 3 Sep 1968

A&M playback of album Gil Friesen

DC

Tue 3 Sep 1968

Cliff Aungier's Dungeon

DC/DG

Wed 4 Sep 1968

A&M meeting Gil Friesen

DC

Thu 5 Sep 1968

WB - Honest John Three, Strawbs, Chas Upton

DC

Sat 7 Sep 1968

Greenwich Theatre Folk Club, The Gloucester, King William Walk, Greenwich ("The Strawbs with residents and guests")

DC/DG

Mon 9 Sep 1968

BBC Night Ride Maida Vale 4

DC

Tue 10 Sep 1968

Walsall

DC

Tue 10 Sep 1968

Sandy Denny at Hungry I Cellar, London Road, Croydon

DG

Thu 11 Sep 1968

BBC Night Ride Maida Vale 4

DC

Thu 12 Sep 1968

Lichfield

DC

Thu 12 Sep 1968

WB - Dave Calderhead, Chas Upton (no mention of Strawbs)

DG

Fri 13 Sep 1968

Walsall

DC

Sat 14 Sep 1968

Troubadour, Earls Court

DC/DG

Sun 15 Sep 1968

Hitchin

DC

Mon 16 Sep 1968

BBC - Maida Vale 4

DC

Wed 18 Sep 1968

Tony Visconti meeting

DC

Wed 18 Sep 1968

BBC My Kind of Folk

DC

Thu 19 Sep 1968

Norwich

DC

Fri 20 Sep 1968

Redhill

DC

Sat 21 Sep 1968

Romford

DC

Mon 23 Sep 1968

Joni Mitchell - Top Gear Piccadilly 1 John Cameron

DC

Tue 24 Sep 1968

BBC My Kind of Folk

DC

Wed 25 Sep 1968

BBC Night Ride - Maida Vale 4

DC

Thu 26 Sep 1968

Valley Folk, Folk Centre, Price of Wales, Dalling Road, Hammersmith (plus residents)

DC/DG

Fri 27 Sep 1968

Peter Asher meeting

DC

Fri 27 Sep 1968

Tinkers Club (Country Club, Haverstock Hill)
also playing: Martin Wyndham-Read

DC

Sat 28 Sep 1968

Bandstand Hyde Park with The Move

DC

Sat 28 Sep 1968

Les Cousins all-nighter - Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick (7.30-11); Strawbs (12.00-7am)
"Very fine contemporary songwriters and music. LP out soon"

DG

Mon 30 Sep 1968

Walsall

DC

Thu 3 Oct 1968

WB - The Halliard, The Strawbs

DC/DG

Wed 9 Oct 1968

Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera at Eel Pie Island, with Byzantium

DG

Thu 10 Oct 1968

WB - Noel Murphy, Strawbs

DC/DG

Sat 12 Oct 1968

La Fiesta, Fulham
"Late Night Rave with the Strawbs 10.00-3.00am - one of Britain's finest folk groups"

DC

Tue 16 Oct 1968

BBC Nightride 6 weeks 60 tracks 50 originals

DC

Fri 18 Oct to Sat 19 Oct 1968

Overnight rave at Brunel SU: The Who, Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Alan Bown, Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, Skip Bifferty

DG

Thu 31 Oct 1968

WB - Mike Absalom, Strawbs

DG

Fri 1 Nov 1968

Grantham

DC

Sat 2 Nov 1968

Les Cousins, Greek Street - all nighter - Jackson C Frank (7.30-11.00), Strawbs (12.00-7am) "fine contemporary group"

DC/DG

Wed 6 Nov 1968

Gus Dudgeon meeting

DC

Thu 7 Nov 1968

WB - Dave Waite & Marian Segal

DC

Fri 8 Nov 1968

Troubadour, Earls Court

DC

Sat 9 Nov 1968

Henley on Thames

DC

Sun 10 Nov 1968

Poles Apart, 14 Tottenham Court Road, 12 midnight - Strawbs & Dave Travis

DG

Sun 10 Nov 1968

BBC/Tom Browne London News

DC

Thu 14 Nov 1968

WB - Packie Byrne

DC/DG

Fri 15 Nov 1968

The Man Who Called Himself Jesus released

DC

Tue 22 Nov 1968

UK release of "The Man Who Called Himself Jesus"

DC/DG

Fri 15 Nov 1968

Nottingham

DC

Sat 16 Nov 1968

MM review of Dave Travis "Country LP":
"...a cross section of American country music styles. 'She's Gone' an uptempo number with a jug band feel, the plaintif (sic) 'Little Sparrow', 'The Murder of JAG' concerning the assassination of American president James A Garfield, the bluegrass flavoured 'Roving Gambler' and a couple of deftly executed guitar instrumentals, 'Blue Suede Matchbox' and 'Wagemaker Rag'. ... Dave Moses bass, Dave Cousins banjo, fiddler Johnny Van Derrick and the mellifluous voice of Martin Winsor back Dave on this value for mony budget price album."

DG

Sun 17 Nov 1968

ad for first solo concert for Roy Harper at St Pancras Town Hall

DG

Thu 21 Nov 1968

WB - Tinkers, Strawbs, Chas Upton

DG

Sat 23 Nov 1968

Les Cousins allnighter - Davy Graham (7.30-11), Strawbs 12.00-7am)

DG

Sat 23 Nov 1968

"Day In The Life of John Peel" feature mentions Strawbs regarding live sessions mentions Strawbs as one of bands recorded

DG

Sat 23 Nov 1968

MM piece: Noel Murphy and banjo player Dave Johnston will work together as a duo in future and all future bookings will be for the two as a duo. Exuisting commitments for Noel will be completed with Dave as an added bonus. They appear on Country Meets Folk as Noel Murphy and Shagus (sic).

DG

Fri 25 Nov 1968

US release of "The Man Who Called Himself Jesus"

DC/DG

Sun 17 Nov 1968

Wood Green

DC

Tue 19 Nov 1968

Swindon

DC

Wed 20 Nov 1968

Record Morgan???

DC

Thu 21 Nov 1968

Record Morgan???

DC

Fri 22 Nov 1968

Record Morgan???

DC

Tue 26 Nov 1968

Record Morgan???

DC

Wed 27 Nov 1968

Record Morgan???

DC

Thu 28 Nov 1968

Record Morgan

DC

Thu 22 Nov 1968

WB - Peter Sarstedt (no mention of Strawbs)

DC/DG

Fri 29 Nov 1968

Belfast Festival

DC

Sat 30 Nov 1968

Belfast Festival

DC

Sat 30 Nov 1968

Chris Welch MM review of Fire's "Round The Gum Tree" single:
"Unbelievable teeny bopper rubbish, as bad as all that Ohio Express and 1910 Fruitgum Co. bilge. There is a speeded up Chipmunks passage. Own up chaps, this isn't what it's all about. Worst record of the year."

DG

Sat 30 Nov 1968

Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera at University College London

DG

Sun 1 Dec 1968

Belfast Festival

DC

Tue 3 Dec 1968

Coven Folk, Dungeon Club, Copper Kettle, Tower Bridge Road
"Cliff Aungier presents"

DC/DG

Wed 4 Dec 1968

Record Morgan???

DC

Wed 4 Dec 1968

Folk Blues Concert at Regent Street Polytechnic. Little Titchfield Street
also playing: Curtis Jones

DC/DG

Thu 5 Dec 1968

Record Morgan???

DC

Thu 5 Dec 1968

WB - Maureen Kennedy Martin, Strawbs

DG

Fri 6 Dec 1968

Record Morgan???

DC

Sat 7 Dec 1968

Theatre Royal York

DC

Sun 8 Dec 1968

Coventry

DC

Tue 10 Dec 1968

BBC Top Gear Recording
"I'll Show You Where To Sleep", "Poor Jimmy Wilson", "The Battle", "That Which Once Was Mine" - DC, TH, Ron, Tony Visconti (MD and recorder) - transmitted 12 Jan 69

DC/DG

Wed 11 Dec 1968

BBC My Kind of Folk

DC

Thu 12 Dec 1968

WB - Alex Campbell, Strawbs

DC/DG

Fri 13 Dec 1968

Redhill

DC

Sat 14 Dec 1968

La Fiesta, Fulham Road (10-2.30am) "plus many guests"

DC/DG

Sun 15 Dec 1968

Chelmsford

DC

Wed 18 Dec 1968

MM notes that Strawbs appear on "My Kind Of Folk" on Radio 2, first album due for release in Feb 1969 (actually comes out June)

DG

Thu 19 Dec 1968

WB - White Bear Christmas Party (fancy dress), featuring Strawbs, Chas Upton and residents

DG

Fri 20 Dec 1968

Brentwood

DC

Sat 21 Dec 1968

White Hart, Collier Row, Romford
also playing: Maureen Kennedy Martin, Nic Jones, The Riggers, Terry Munday

DC/DG

Sun 22 Dec 1968

Hitchin

DC

Mon 23 Dec 1968

The Granary, Bristol

DC

Sun 29 Dec 1968

Chichester

DC



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