“We made records and got into The Charts. We were on the telly and everything but finally we imploded in a puff of musical and personal acrimony. It was 1989”.
This is the twentieth square of my London Faces Patchwork. It is a patchwork of papers gleaned from the pavements of the city in which I live. There are twenty-five squares making up the whole piece. You can see it here.
The square was cut from a postcard I picked up from the pavement. The postcard was advertising Jazz nights in the Crypt, November 2015. The photographer is uncredited, but thanks to Phil I now know him to be Chris Tostevin-Hall.