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 Post subject: REEDS SOCIAL CLUB 1978.
PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 10:47 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:07 am 
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Noel Laverty looks like a young Paul Simon


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Yellow Hammer wrote:
Noel Laverty looks like a young Paul Simon


Buster Moore is Cat Stevens lol


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And Hugh Heatley lets say James Dean :--) :--)


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Dukestreet - great photo.


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That was a particularly long night in The Balmoral, especially when Joe 'Sailor' Curran and Barney'The Colonel' Devlin began celebrating you didn't know when it was going to end, or where it was going to end. But that was a great night, and to make matters worse or better (I am still not sure which,) about 11o'clock Jim McCart stood up and announced there was a free bar for all and sundry, it was the signal for the stampede to start. The Balmoral staff were literally run off their feet on that occasion, they all went home about 6 inches shorter.
The late 'Sailor' Curran and the late 'Colonel' Devlin were great company to be with, and with the drink flowing, it really was a terrific night's craic. I remember Raymie Boyle and his good wife pleading with us to please go home, well it was about 5 o'clock in the morning.
'Sailor' and 'The Colonel' are sadly missed.


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