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He is not given to exaggeration or hyperbole, so I have no reason to disbelieve him. They mention "too much competition" and there are more popular pubs in the immediate area, such as the Admiral Hardy, the Spanish Galleon and the Coach and Horses.
The Gypsy Moth holds its own amongst those nowaways, but was not the most popular in the late 70s. charted record, "Sultans of Swing", was at #29 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; a little over five weeks later on April 1st it would peak at #4 and it stayed on the chart for 15 weeks...
I'm texting this in, so I won't go into the details. The pub is either the Mitre in Greenwich , or the Prince of Orange in Rotherhithe The story goes that close to where they lived in Farrer House on the Crossfield council estate. A nice slice of English weekend party life told by an expert storyteller; so much imagery in the lyrics as well as the music-his Dylanesque vocal makes it even more fantastic. Dennis G., USA.i think it is a positive song-he sings "you feel alright when you hear that music ring".
I think he sympathizes with the "band" more than the audience, the latter of whom he makes disparaging remarks.
He had 3 other independent albums during his career, but never really hit the bigtime, despite his songwriting prowess.
He passed away from a heart attack in 1993, at age 46.
Guitar George was George Borowski who died recently (2005 I think). I got the opportunity to jam with him @ the Bradford international market (august '06).I'm sure he was in a similar band situation once-every musician was.The music is too good to be a slam at a bad band, and he is too good a musician to put other bands down that are at least out there trying to do their thing.On February 23rd 1979, Dire Straits embarked on their first North American tour* with a concert in Boston, Massachusetts... Between 19 the group had seven Top 100 records; three made the Top 10, their other two Top 10 records were "Money for Nothing" at #1 for 3 weeks on September 15th, 1985 and "Walk of Life" at #7 for 1 week on January 19th, 1986...* The tour comprised of fifty-one sold out concerts in a thirty eight day period."It's Trad, Dad," a British pop film (featuring Helen Shapiro) from the early 60's that I saw on TCM recently, immediately reminded me of "Sultans" with its mix of pop and trad jazz performances.Was Mark Knopfler writing about the remnants of a declining scene? Before they hit the big time , they shared a council flat in Deptford , which is about a mile from Greenwich park . John is Bang on the money with this-although MK has never publicly said what pub the band were supposedly playing in another pub is the Gloucester Arms by the gates at Greenwich park that had live Jazz bands on a Friday night - Glen Tilbrook of Squeeze was often to be found in there listening to the local amateur talent.i don't think he is dissing the band at all-he is sympathetic to them and probably was in a similar band situation once-every musician was.