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Maybe Someday, 1964-1966

September 1964

  • 12th: Robin & Clive play Cannongate Tollbooth Museum.

November 1964

  • Robin and Clive play St Andrews Folk Club.
Set list:
  • Johnny Cope
  • Johnny Lad
  • The Working Chap
  • Hey Boys Do You Think I'm Lying

August 1965

  • Joe Boyd is taken to see Robin and Clive play a pub in Edinburgh.


  • Sometime in 1966: The Temperance Cafe in Falkirk which was the home of the local folk club. 

January 1966

  • 2nd: Clive recorded at St Andrews singing He Never Came Back and Devilish Mary.

May 1966

  • 20th: The Incredible String Band travel to London to record the first album.
  • 22nd: ISB booked to play Les Cousins after they had finished recording. They turned up to find they had been double booked. They were paid, but didn't get to play.
  • 28th: Probably the final night of the Incredible Folk Club in Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow. Note that this was not closed as a fire risk.

June 1966

  • Release of The Incredible String Band
  • 12th: The Incredible String Band play at the MacLellan Galleries in Sauchiehall Street. This was promoted by Ian Ferguson under the auspices of the Temple Cottage Folk Society. Bert Jansch was the headliner but he failed to turn up. This was probably the last gig as a trio before Robin left for Morocco.

November 1966

  • 4th: Albert Hall, London. First concert outside Scotland at the Royal Albert Hall in London supporting Tom Paxton and Judy Collins. The set included Chinese White.
  • 5th: Free Trade Hall, Manchester.
  • 8th: Ulster Hall, Belfast.
  • 12th: Birmingham Town Hall.

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