Friday, 14 December 2007

A Shot in the Middle Man

Back and front page of the publication

Centre pages 4-5

A Shot in the Middle Man CD and 8 page publication

The Tracklist:
1 The Installation Shot Part 1 - Wear Bridge
2 The TV Appearance
3 The New Bright Lights 
4 The Installation Shot Part 2 - Tyne Bridge
Bonus Track
5 Wicker Park/ You Like the Girl

Tracks 1-4 recorded Saturday 24th November and Saturday 1st December 2007. Words/Music and Artwork: Paul Carr 

The Installation Shot (Part 2) is inspired by the time Paul was a temporary worker at Reuters, Canary Wharf, London. His desk was on the 9th floor. During this time he was also writing a short story which, over the years, has evolved into a series of radio shows based on a collection of narratives about Endwell, a fictional pub filled London district, hence the reference to the Spreadsheet Singles Bar and Elongated Iron Bar.

Tuesday, 20 November 2007

A Shot in the Middle Man

Photos: Dora Wade

Performance of A Shot in the Middle Man by Paul Carr at the Lee Campbell curated performance night; The Curse of Me, The Old Truman Brewery, London, E1.

Thursday, 5 July 2007

Gary Woodley and GB STEAM TRAINS

Photos: Caroline de Lannoy

The GB's rehearsing with Gary Woodley two days before Gary was to make a guest appearance at our gig in The Bull's Head.

Friday, 1 June 2007


[gb_forsale.jpg]Pictured centrefold (L
left to right): Steven Lowery, Bruce McLean and Paul Carr

Thursday, 31 May 2007


Photo: Eddie Farrell, Pub in the Park, London Fields

Monday, 14 May 2007

Thursday, 10 May 2007

GB STEAM TRAINS live at The Horse & Groom

The top photo was taken by the Shytstem who kindly documented the GB STEAM TRAINS this evening. As you can see we blew our budget on the signage.
Follow this link to Week 4 of Issue 3 of the Shytstem to hear an interview conducted by Eddie Farrell in the Barley Mow over a pint of Guinness prior to the soundcheck at the Horse & Groom.

Monday, 7 May 2007


As featured on Week 4, Issue 3 of the Shytstem. Eddie Farrell followed me and Steven around the East End as we began our thorough campaign to advertise our gig at The Horse & Groom