The Guardian picks out Process

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Process is feature in today’s Guardian Guide as a pick of new exhibitions around the country. Of course John – who worked alongside Barney at Frendz and danced on Hawkwind’s Space Ritual tour – meant Nick Lowe, not Drake.

The image is the artwork for the “Hamer & Sickle” logo Barney Bubbles created for Lowe’s 1979 album Labour Of Lust, spin-off single Cracking Up and music press ads/tour promotion etc (Nick had recently come into proud possession of the Hamer bass which Bubbles “snapped” into three).

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One Response to “The Guardian picks out Process”

  1. Paul Gorman Says:

    John wrote explaining that his text didn’t even mention Nick Lowe, Nick Drake, Nick anybody.
    Seems someone off their own bat at The Guardian Guide inserted ND (whose Bryter Later sleeve – featuring those incredible yellow crepe-soled brothel creepers by Pamla Motown – was, of course, designed by dear friend Nigel Waymouth).

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