Mungo Jerry British Band

Line up:

Ray Dorset: Vocals-Guitar-Harp-Kazoo-Tambourin

Tim Green: Guitar-Slide Guitar-Vocals

Mick Frampton: Percussion-Guitar-Vocals

Matt Round: Bass Guitar

Torsten Lüderwaldt: Keyboards

James "Jim" Davis: Drums

Jarvin: Technic


On Stage: 10:30pm

Alright, Alright, Alright / Long Legged Woman / Lady Rose / Dust Pneumonia Blues / With A Girl Like You / Baby Jump / Feels Like I'm In Love 2001 / Lovely Holiday / Party Land / In The Summertime (12 min version !!) / Just Can't Say Goodbye and after the "We Want More" ended the gig with: Red Leather And Chrome.

Off Stage: 11:50pm

Bilzen - Belgium: 17 August 2002

Vlaardingen - Bilzen - Vlaardingen 410km.
Last time I saw the Full Band was in 2001 Bodelwyddan - Wales, so It was time to see them again. We, Nienke and Me, arrived in Bilzen just after 6:00pm, beautiful weather and we set down on a table at the marketplace waiting for Petra Köser from Germany. The festival was organised by local sponsors. Onstage at 7:30pm a local band, Captain Caveman. Follow up with "CCR Revival Band" a great performance from this coverband. Then onstage "Shocking Blue" with leadsinger "Marisca Veres" and not the original bandmembers, great to hear all those hits from late sixties and early seventies including "Venus" . Now it's time for Mungo Jerry, a show for almost one and a half hour with very good fibrations. The audience was full power, clapping, foot tapping and singing with great enthusiasm. Ray gave's me "Gooseskin" when he told the audience "My good friend from Rotterdam is here" pronounced to me. Most of the songs were extended versions,Brilliant guitar and "Slide guitar" playing from Tim Green. Most spectacular was the 'round 12 minuts during "In The Summertime" a few versions mixed in a beautiful life version, including the "Shaggy vocals" from Mick Frampton. (Great Miki!)
Ray put us on the gueslist and after the gig we're backstage, I "bought" one of the security's with a plectrum from Mick and after that there was no problem to get into the artistroom with my wife "Lady Rose" Nienke (and Petra Köser from Germany) Nice chat with all the bandmenbers and ofcourse some beers, photo's and signatures, First time I met Eliot Cohen, Ray's Producer for many many years,
Ray signed my copy of "Boogie Up" (South Africa 1984) and made a correction on the backside of the sleeve, The song "Bland Affair" is real named "Island Affair" TY Ray. Ray and Eliot saw this album for the very first time. In the meantime the festival was going on with "The Three Degrees" but we saw nothing from the're show because were chattin' with the bandmembers backstage.

From "My Girl And Me" :
"The night's nearly day as I drive
her back home to her Ma"
Back home at 4:20am. Thanks Boy's for the great performance.

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