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The Oddfellows, Springfield Road, Chelmsford, 26/09/2015.

A local trip out saw us out at the Oddfellows Arms, Springfield Rd, Chelmsford for a drop of Maximum Beat & Rhythm, the bands words not mine. Not one of my usual haunts but nice and welcoming with decent beer on tap. The reason for going there was to see the Most. I must admit I was impressed, outside the pub they had their own van which was emblazoned with the band name and what they played.

The bad part of the night was that the Rugby was on, I got there at 8.30 and the band couldn’t start until the Rugby finished which was well after 10, consequently a bit drunk by then. The group are a 4 piece, drums, bass, rhythm and lead who play mainly covers, also you don’t get a chance often to see a right and left handed Rickenbacker on the same stage. They started with “Hi Heel Sneakers” followed by “The Seeker” and what followed was mainly covers of The Who, The Jam, The Small Faces and sixties soul, what’s not to like about that. They are a very strong, powerful and tight band who passed my toilet test, some band’s sound awful when you go to the loo, they were still crisp. They played till midnight and my favourite was the Who’s “Real me.”

Summing up, never go to a pub when dreary Rugby is on. The amount of people who came up to me saying that it was such a shame, I think they were talking about the Rugby result, whereas I was thinking about the band having to come on late. The band was fantastic and I wouldn’t hesitate booking them if I was having a private party.


Duncan, September 2015.







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