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Written by Drew   
Friday, 18 December 2009 13:32


Yet another great night out at Ledbury's musical hotspot The Retreat thanks to the everchanging and boxfresh sets of the 'almighty' Fylthe supported soundly by the powerful yet easy listerning style of Black Cat Bone. For those unfortunates who where not able make it I managed to capture a few moments slightly filtered through my beer goggles, but to truly appreciate the raw talent of either band I strongly recommend that you get out there and witness them for yourself.

Enter: The Fylthe


John, Bryn, Angie and Marcus

Black Cat Bone

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2009 10:09
Comments (10)
Rhyming Barry
10 Saturday, 09 January 2010 12:47
Lady Pen
"'Ere, stick young Winston in the barry scott and we'll have a pig's ear in the old rub-a-dub up Camden Lock."

Well, I always thought Barry Scott was rhyming slang for carrycot.
Anagram Barry
9 Friday, 08 January 2010 13:16
Ray X
The real anagramatic meaning behind Barry's Black Cat Bone is in the medieval 'Ban Bat Cockle' - that's why he performs with the dirty Fylthe. It's an C11th dalliance with putrific sideburn issues - Bat Cockles were made illegal in all but China, but their swarms had a lasting effect on South Sea junks right up to 2222 in the Buddhist calendar.
It was Rat Rob Cyst, serial bigomist and mariner pirate who tamed the Bat Cockles by blowing softly on their undersides. To this day Cars Trot By but never again will Tots Cry Bra.
That's the love and success of Barry Scott. Peace, Word, and out.
Oh! That Barry Scott
8 Thursday, 07 January 2010 17:44
It looks like you have reduced Barry Scott to T's Lady Pen but i would be very careful what you say about him as i have discovered that within his name lies a very dark anagram that could imply that Black Cat Bone want us to eat cats eyeballs.


Could this be the work of the Devil?

Do not play their CD's backwards!
Barry Scott
7 Thursday, 07 January 2010 15:51
Lady Pen
No, I don't think this Barry Scott is that Barry Scott. This Barry Scott is the singer/harmonica player featured in these photographs.
Have you noticed the more you read and write Barry Scott the more surreal the name becomes? Let's try reducing it to something that makes a terrible kind of nonsense:

Barry Scott
Barry Scott
Barry Scott
Barry Scott
Barly Schot
Bally Schit
Barry Scott ?
6 Thursday, 07 January 2010 14:36
Is this the same Barry Scott as the one featured in 'Cillit Bang' the harcore dance track ?
Barry Scott and gigs at The Retreat
5 Wednesday, 06 January 2010 16:36
Marcus Morris
Hello Jill - if you go to The Retreat website, there is a link to the events calendar on the live music page.
4 Wednesday, 06 January 2010 01:39
I f that Barry Scott can sing there, I m young enough to attend. so tell me when he s playing again please. Jas Jill
when was it? I missed it!
3 Wednesday, 06 January 2010 01:37
I missed this event, when are they performing again please,it takes good music to get me in a pub, especially this weather, and especially a pub where it was previously the younger, much younger generation who resided. I saw Ray Mytton there the other day and I felt able to attend happily. wish m ore people had heard about it! Jill
Re:Those Trousers
2 Friday, 18 December 2009 16:28
You can run but you won't be able to hide with those strides. BEWARE! The fashion police are hot on your heels.
Those Trousers
1 Friday, 18 December 2009 16:07
Ray X
Nice trousers - very deth-folk-metalik-dub-slavic cum afro-blues-funk jazzy pegs - not a hint of the punk-medieval, which is great, of course.