Sail On - Sad Café - Fanx Tara (CD, Album)

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Label: Air Mail Archive (2) - AIRAC 1604 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock

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Dick travelled there by train to see them and was told that although both players wanted to join Hull they also wanted to first speak to North Sydney for whom Fred Ah Kuoi had signed, just in case they were wanted there. Back he went, again, by train, to the Training Camp and at last secured the signatures the fans had craved for so long. That decision was something that we the fans applauded, but one that in future years and in the wake of the Bradford City disaster, the Board of Hull FC would need to revisit again!

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We all went to Wheldon Road to watch Hull field a makeshift team with second rower Sammy Lloyd at centre, winger Paul Prendiville at stand-off and try scoring debutant Barry Edwards on the wing as we won an entertaining encounter A second friendly was hastily arranged against Featherstone, again away, and again we won.

This match also saw the long-awaited debut of Dave Topliss in the number 6 shirt, however the next week we were dumped out of the Yorkshire Cup at the first-round stage by Leeds at the Boulevard. Two days later the first of our three Kiwi signings flew in, as Gary Kemble arrived in the Country.

Val Doonican goes off his rocker! The new season at The City Hall was booking up well as we started off with a great gig by the Scottish rock band Nazareth. Obviously the laid-back Irishman had no sense of humour and I had to go and intervene and calm the rather irate troubadour so that he, and his rocking chair, eventually went onto the stage.

It is said that Kemble had written to the two newcomers before they arrived to tell them what it was like in Hull. Following several good breaks that had us all applauding, the left winger was tackled on halfway and failed to get to his feet. He lay on the ground in front of the Threepenny Stand completely motionless for several minutes whilst the medical staff and St John Ambulance boys swarmed around him.

Which I think in hindsight it did. At the City Hall we countered with a concert by the Shadows on 7 th October which had sold out in a single day. Nice guys! Hull FC was having a really good season and the crowds were packing the Boulevard for every home game. That success was probably behind a controversial move by the Club when, on 12 th October, directly after the last meeting of the Speedway season, they rescinded their lease to the Hull Vikings, claiming that the Speedway promoters had breached the terms of their contract.

At the time, as rugby fans, we were all sick and fed up of the mess that the motor sport left around the place and the thin film of red grit that it deposited everywhere.

In fact, the boggy state of our pitch was often blamed on the Speedway shale blocking the land drains under the playing surface.

Although popular with their own fans there were, I think, few Hull FC supporters who mourned the passing of Speedway in the City. Their promoter Ian Thomas threatened Court action and with claims and counterclaims being exchanged in the local media, it all got very messy.

Dane had his comeback game at Wigan on 25 th October when we won at Central Park for the first time in 59 years. That day the Hull fans were still singing on the terraces long after all the home fans had left the ground, for it was a memorable victory. However then, everything clicked into place and Leuluai, playing out of position at stand-off half dominated the final action.

In the end we won , and everyone in the Rugby League started to sit up and take notice. I hardly had time to celebrate after that great win before I was thrown straight back into work.

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  • Jan 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Sad Café - Fanx Ta'ra at Discogs. Complete your Sad Café collection.4/5(63).
  • Label: RCA - STEREO • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Black Labels • Country: South Africa • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock Sad Café - Fanx Ta'ra (, Black Labels, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore.
  • Fanx Ta-Ra is the first studio album by the English band Sad Café.It was produced and engineered by John Punter and released by RCA Records in September The album charted at number 56 on the UK Albums Chart. The album was not released in North America; however, a compilation of the band's first two albums was released there in late , titled Misplaced Pop rock.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Fanx Ta'ra" on Discogs.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Fanx Ta-ra + Misplaced Ideals" on Discogs.5/5(1).
  • Sad Cafe - Fanx Ta'ra [LP] - Music Loved this album since its release. Nice to have on CD. Read more. Report abuse. tony e. out of 5 stars Five Stars. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 30, Verified Purchase. amazing such a fast delivery and to find such a brilliant album so lucky5/5(2).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fanx Ta'ra on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - PL A,RCA - PL A • Format: Vinyl LP, Album .
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