The Isley Brothers came to Motown not as guaranteed superstars, but as second stringers, and they weren't parachuted right to the top of the release schedules, having to start somewhere near the bottom. But I'd gone to this one partly because I think about the last thing we want in London is an arms fair, but also because I expected CAAT to provide a more varied event than most to be photographed, and I was right. Had one started an hour earlier I might have tried, leaving one after around 40 minutes to jump on the tube to get to the second, but it depends on the protest whether I would want to leave after only 40 minutes, or risk missing the start of the other.
Someone from our side would meet them at the youth hostel, where Gus's map stopped and the trail splits in a misleading way if you don't know it. Going Places has been around for years, with shops on the high street, and of course, with a website to search for a good deal. The river looks natural now, but was created around 500 years ago in Tudor times to take water from the River Colne at Harmondsworth to the River Crane at Feltham to give a more reliable supply to the watermills on the Duke's property at Isleworth.