The Born Again Pagans Live at the Dubs: From L to R: Atsushi Akazawa, violin/ Tim Wiltshire: banjo/ Roman Rhodes: guitar&vocals/Moray Crawford: drums/ Mark Williams: bass
1st of two LIVE CDs produced at the Dubs. 15 Original songs. Available through Multifolkal, see contact section.
2nd Pagans LIVE CD produced at the Dubs. 17 songs, mix of Originals & tradiional reels, jigs & ballads. Also available through contact section. Limited supply
First gig at the Dubs, Wilsthire & Rhodes. The Osaka press came and made us stand out in the crowd and pose, thus the audience is wondering, and we're looking awkward.
Shinji (other flute player) & Mark (before he earned the title Will Power) Backstage 1999 dubs
Early Dubs old friend from Hudson, Maryse Dumas often joined us. Classically trained, perfect adlibber. Fellow Quebecer
Akazawa & Rhodes
Mark (Will Power) Williams & Moray (not-like the eel for chirst's sake) Crawford in the groove
Tim on Magic moments or Fences--often plays three or four instruments in one song.
Mark was a main founding member and mainstay of the Pagans. A bliss to play with, this picture captures him at his best.
Rhodes & Williams
Close up proof: Someone once said I had a face like a Javanese bird mask
Tim (One Headlight) Wiltshire. Most of us having the same hairstyle, we thought of naming the band The Headlights. We always called the trad reel "Cliffs of Nohair."
The Pagans Live at the Dublinner'sIrish Pub Osaka, with Masa Suzuki
In sync and smiling
The Fish was a Pagan sign first! The 153 count was a Pythagorean (325BC) theorem!
Akakawa, Wiltshire, Rhodes,Williams & Crawford. One of the last gigs at the dubs. Before people tore stuff off the walls as memorabilia