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08.05.00

184kb

Well, it was the cartoon over there or a picture of Shania Twain, so I figured this way I'll get less objections when the component I need finally arrives from Partmaster and I can load a picture of me. Please enjoy your visit.


15.05.00

296kb

unchanged - ditto


12.06.00

569kb

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Hi Everybody. For people who know me and thus might be in the history section
  • sorry if you're not there and think you ought to be, or ...
  • sorry if you are there and wish you weren't ... Please enjoy your visit despite all of this.

18.06.00

744kb

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unchanged - ditto
26.06.00

837kb

22

So what's new on this site, well have a look around and find out! I've finally discovered and learned how to use frames, see History and Lists which I now think are a lot neater and easier to navigate. This week I'm going to try and find some more old photos, they're hilarious!
04.07.00

2.31mb

24

Anybody remember the long lost Phil Street? He is still in Australia and you can contact him on philst@iqnet.net.au.  So drop him a line and say hello
05.07.00

1.10mb

24

I'm at the Craven Arms , Earlsdon, Coventry this sunday, the 9th July.  So come along and say hello. If you look at site data, you'll notice the size has shrunk by half to 1.1 megabytes in one day. Having put a load of photos in I was disturbed by the download time and proceeded to edit all jpg files to a maximum size of 25k, instead of the huge sizes that the processing programs produced. It should all now leap onto your screen in seconds flat, I sincerely hope so
11.07.00

1.37mb

22

and welcome to my website, which started out as a couple of pages' advertising to try and get gigs. It has somehow developed a life of its own and grown in the process to, currently, 22 pages. I now access the whole site through the "framed" lists page, which I find a lot easier to get about with. But "full" pages are available above and in lists options, if you prefer it that way. Enjoy.


16.07.00

1.63mb

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and welcome to my website, now re-organised to match its evolution. God that sounds pompous doesn't it! What I'm trying to say is that the "old" format  could not keep up with what this site has grown into so I changed the format using "framed" pages. I'm not sure that sounds any better, I think I'd better give up!


25.07.00

2.44mb

31

Hi there, note the new look, with scrolling messages, scrolling photos, and the "WhatUseek" search engine, for both this site and the web. Many thanks to Mick Smitham for urging me to try an applet FX program, resulting in my first attempts at using Java. Now, personally, I have no difficulty in telling you that the above picture is of me, on the right, sat behind a Hohner electric piano, with a Laney stack in the background on the left. But I was there at the time, 30 years ago! I just like the atmosphere of this picture and hope that you do too.


05.08.00

3.20mb

41

Hi there, check out the "WhatUseek" search engine, for both this site and the web, on the main menu and links pages. Also there's a dictionary search on the links page to look up any words you don't understand. Now, personally, I have no difficulty in telling you that the above picture is of me, on the right, sat behind a Hohner electric piano, with a Laney "stack" in the background on the left. But I was there at the time, 30 years ago! I just like the atmosphere of this picture and hope that you do too. Click here for an uncluttered view


28.08.00

6.06mb

63

What's new on this site? Everything - from the type-fonts upwards. Hopefully it's all now easier to read and the new photo layouts easier to view. There's a search engine, for this site and the Internet, on the main menu page. Also dictionary and map searches on the links page - in case you get lost for words or directions. And don't miss the quiz!


18.09.00

7.54mb

66

The above picture is from an accoustic gig that John Alderson and I did as a duo on the 16th. I think that the strange effects came from reflections on the camera lens - but I'm not really sure. Click here for an unedited view of the picture and decide for yourself. There are more photos of this gig in the photo album. Don't forget the search engine, for this site and the Internet, on the main menu page ... and dictionary and map searches on the links page - in case you get lost for words or directions.
I apologise for the fact that half of this site has been missing for most of the last week. To cut a very long story short, the problem will be prevented from recurring by my moving to a new domain in the next few days. Full directions will be given in the next edition, although it will only take you one extra button click to get there.


27.10.00 7.70mb

65

My apologies to anyone who has tried to visit this site in the last week only to discover the dreaded "site unavailable" notice. This was due to my hosting ISP, Freeola, carrying out "major improvements" to the domain. Perhaps they think it an "improvement" to completely erase my sites but I, of course, don't agree. Anyway, sites now reloaded and problem solved. Thank you for trying again.

12.11.00 8.21mb

68

This here is the "help" button. What's new on this site? - go to main menu/ latest news to find out.


03.06.01 What's new on this site? - go to main menu/latest news to find out ... although I can tell you now that, due to my absence, the answer is NOTHING. So go on, e-mail me, phone me, I need some gigs to get this show back on the road 

18.09.01 "This is a mean old world" wrote blues-harpist Little Walter some 40 years ago. I don't, however, think that he could foresee the meanness, and senseless brutality of the events of the 11th September 2001. I find it hard to make any humorous editorial quips at this moment in time.

08.10.01 10.72mb

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"I'm here ... everybody knows I am" wrote a famous bluesman some 40 odd years ago. Well I, Tim James, am here now and would love some gigs. So come on y'all, I'm waiting for your call. Who wrotre the lyric? Click here to find out.

31.12.01 10.72mb

78

As the year 2001 draws to a close, click here for a final philosophical thought on the whole thing. 

08.12.02 11.00mb

78

A very quiet year ... but watch out for 2003. In the meantime I'm off to Thailand to see the in-laws in the sunshine. Have a great Xmas and Happy New Year and don't miss the Blue Note Jukebox which has a splendid selection of instantly playable tracks from Mose Allison, Jimmy McGriff, Miles davis, Dr John and many others. Playback on 28.8K.

28.02.03 11.10 mb

78

Don't miss the Blue Note Jukebox which has a splendid selection of instantly playable tracks from Mose Allison, Jimmy McGriff, Miles davis, Dr John and many others. Playback on 28.8K.

Equipment @ 28.02.03
*** P2400 Computer ,520mb RAM, GeForce 4 64mb Graphics on 1024 x 768, SB16 sound, drive c:generic 720rpm 40gb drive e:generic 6.08gb, CDRom/DVD: LG 32x10x40, Modem: 56K
Windows XP Home, Internet Explorer
AOL Press website Editor, Frontpage 2000, Web Monkey HTML guide, Ipswitch FTP editor.

                                                                            

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