Roots Reggae

by on March 19th, 2005
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I didn’t actually make it to the Exeter Phoenix gig last night unfortunately… mainly due to the challenges of public transport late at night – last train back would have been 11.08… not quite late enough to stay for the whole gig. Also quite a few of my friends are disappearing off home for Easter – so last night was kind of the last opportunity to see some of them for a while.

However…. highly recommended tonight is the Foundation Crew, playing at Tramp’s Café in Plymouth, 8pm, March 19th. I’m heading off to Dartmoor on the train now… it’s a beautiful day. Going to a small village called Bere Alston for a website meeting but also hopefully will be able to get a bit of walking on the moors in there too. Then I’ll get the train from there down to Plymouth tonight to see the gig. Before finally wending my way back to Totnes on a late-night national express coach. It does sometimes worry me how much faith I put in transportdirect.info… I can sort of imagine turning up at 11.45 at the coach station to find that the service doesn’t actually exist… hasn’t let me down yet though!

Foundation Crew are a Plymouth-based roots reggae band. It’ll be a really good evening – a chance to see the band in a small and intimate venue before they go onto bigger things.

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    The gig was really good. Got to Tramp’s café just a little bit early though – 9.00 and the music didn’t actually kick off till midnight. Still, there was a very good DJ spinning reggae tunes, and the place gradually filled up as the night went on. The Foundation Crew did a great job and the crowd was really good. A really nice evening.

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