November 21, 2012 · 7:30 PM
Cast your mind back to when dinosaurs made majestic strides across the Earth, back when the world was only seen in black and white - it was in the late sixties and the words "I am the god of hellfire!" were first screeched by a man with his head on fire; definitely not in the early nineties when the Prodigy's "Fire" brought those sampled words to a new generation.
Enter the Crazy World of Arthur Brown, a short lived band which were a bit of a one hit wonder back in the 60s. Arthur was not idle in the years following the exit of his Crazy World. He later formed Kingdom Come in the 70s and has been involved in numerous collaborations since then. In the naughties Arthur went on to resurrect his Crazy World.
With this small slice of British music history expect a bit of 60s psychedelia and theatrics. Quality by virtue of taste is not assured!
Fire - back in the sixties:
The Bridge - more recently in 2010:
Tickets are a pricey £15 + booking free.