Sociology teacher from Norwich City College (early nineties)

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Sociology teacher from Norwich City College (early nineties)

Postby Seagull27 » Wed Dec 12, 2012 1:20 am

Hi all

A strange post this! And apologies in advance if it is not appropriate for the forum....

When I was doing A-Levels at Norwich City College between 1993 and 1995, there was a sociology teacher there who from memory owned a Rob Armstrong acoustic (I'm not certain about that bit) and knew how to use it (that I can remember!).

He did me a tape entitled "Ageing Guitarists" and which had on it - amongst others - Black Waterside, John Martyn's Seven Black Roses, and a Michael Chapman song.

I would love to get back in touch but cannot even remember his name. I thought I would post on here on the extreme off chance that he (you) are here on this forum, or if anyone knows someone fitting that bill.

Cheers

Max

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Re: Sociology teacher from Norwich City College (early ninet

Postby GORDON » Wed Dec 12, 2012 8:14 am

Always worth a try sir.We can start a thread here called GUITARISTS REUNITED!

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Re: Sociology teacher from Norwich City College (early ninet

Postby Jon G » Fri Jan 25, 2013 5:39 pm

Ah well, if we're hunting guitarists, I'd love to find out what happened to Mike Robertson, who played mean ragtime and piedmont on a clapped out sunburst Eko. He left Cambridge to play professionally in Holland or somewhere around 1972 and the last I heard was one postcard from there.
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