Fortified, we went back to The Willoughby, and found it packed. We were left with standing room only at the back. Adam & Eric took care of the first part of the evening's musical entertainment, playing a slightly shorter set, but impressing the audience nonetheless. A young man named Adi rushed to buy their cd-s, then got a bit upset when we told him he could download about 600 UMs for free from their website. All I have to offer by way of illustration are a few grainy pics, but he has posted some video of the evening on his LJ here.
Also, there's a recording to be had from skylar_muc's LJ here (friends only).
For David, this was his third time playing Leamington, and he seemed really at home there. It was a good gig, and an appreciative audience; yet it's my least favourite of the tour. The venue hadn't been the best choice: the pub only consisted of one room and an upstairs, and had remained open to business to punters who only wanted to come in for a drink. They got a gig thrown in for free (but at only £4 entry, we almost did too), but saw no reason to keep their voices down or refrain from fighting at the bar.
As we were planning to drive up to Glasgow that very same night (or rather, Jules and quietlychaotic were; I just tagged along in the backseat), we weren't in a hurry to leave the place
but eventually, we did have to go. We drove back to Coventry to drop freakspawn off and park Jules's car in her street, then piled into quietlychaotic's dinky automobile and set our sights for Scotland.