Peter Bargh

words pictures sounds
September 2nd, 1995

EMMA 3 festival Octagon Theatre

A great day with Robert Fitzgibbons at the EMMA 3 festival that was held at the Octagon Theatre in Sheffield and included

Airsculpture, Stephan Whitlan, Ron Boots, Chuck van Zyl and Peter Gulch, Radio Massacre International, Bleep and Booster, Ian Boddy & Andy Pickford

I bought the World of Bleep & Booster promotional pack which included the CD in a card wallet, and a selection of random items in a see though A4 pack.

World of Bleep and Booster

 

 

April 16th, 1985

Career with Jessops Photo Centre

I worked with photo retailer Jessops from April 1985 until May 1991

I was interviewed for the job by Ian Kennedy and joined the team that opened the 18th branch in Sheffield at Market Place, Castle Square and later moved down to Commercial Street.

The team comprised

Phil Jordan – Manager
Nigel Darnborough – Assistant ManagerPeter Bargh – Senior Sales
Glynn May- Senior Sales
Vaughan Wingrove – Junior Sales

Our first week was spent training in Hinkley Road and Birmingham branches. We picked all the stock at Scudamore Road and then organised it at the branch.

We were joined by a succession of Saturday staff and over the years other members came and went I cannot remember which order and all but ones that stick in my mind included Paul Reynolds, Simon May, Simon Thackery, Mark Howe, Suzi Cooper, Jane , Big Al, Daren Loxley, Robert Fitzgibbons, Dr Robert Webb, Susan Turner.

Jessops went into liquidation on 9th January 2013

February 5th, 1984

Andromeda formed

I formed an Electronic band with Robert Fitzgibbons

Richard Fitzgibbons was manager

We came up with a few names

XF3, I ascend, red Shift, Subdued City, Soundwaves, First Impressions and Crystal but settled on Andromeda.

The direction was cosmic ambience

andromeda

Equipment used

andromeda-kit

Roland JX3p, Roland PG200, Roland SH101, Moog Prodigy, Casio VL Tone and recording on a Teac 244 Portastudio

andromeda-kit2

 

 

January 1st, 1980

Andromeda appear in Music Information Booklet

Our band was interviewed for Music Information Booklet – a fanzine from Wales. This was the last issue No 5 and inc Smiths gig review, Orange Juice, Pink Industry and us,  Andromeda.
Only 50 copies were made and I had number 14.

It was published sometime in the early 80s