Let me take you to a place I know you want to go / It’s a good life

The shots of the Asy­lum I post­ed here inspired me hunt through a few archives and box­es and I came across a few bits and pieces. Some have appeared before, on my 80s and 90s club pages, but many have not.

The ones that were up before I’ve res­canned and tried to clean up a lit­tle — although many are by their nature rough, and my Pho­to­shop skills are strict­ly ama­teur. Some on those pages are still in box­es in NZ — like the Soane one on the top of the first page — and will be upgrad­ed in time. They show their age hav­ing been scanned a decade or so ago.

Most­ly these are just fun and I thought I’d post a few here and add them to those pages.

Most were tak­en by myself or by Brigid when she was social pho­tog­ra­ph­er for bFMs mag.



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Aki Antipas on Facebook
April 22, 2011 at 2:50 pm

The good ol days

Glenn Cas­sidy on Facebook
April 22, 2011 at 3:36 pm

Any record­ings of Free­bass float­ing around?

Simon Grigg on Facebook
April 22, 2011 at 3:54 pm

the album is on Ampli­fi­er, Glenn

Glenn Cas­sidy on Facebook
April 22, 2011 at 4:24 pm

I have a cas­sette from the day :-). Hey just fin­ished read­ing the full his­to­ries there online. Thanks for all the good times and espe­cial­ly the good sense to have a door­man like Riseti who nev­er judged me on my lack of fash­ion sense(and Nev­er hit any­one!). It was the music — and though gen­er­al­ly not a club­ber, I loved Cele­bre and always felt at home in the club side of things as well.

Simon Grigg on Facebook
April 22, 2011 at 4:40 pm

A plea­sure — that was always the point of what we were try­ing to do. It was music first.

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