Summer came again and not being able to play Stonehenge they proceeded to Glastonbury where the Travellers ware given a field which ended up as a really good free festival outside the fences and gates of the 100,000 turnout of Glastonbury ‘89. After staying at Glastonbury for four weeks they headed off to Cornwall where 2000DS and Screech Rock combined efforts to become the AUTOCROW SHOW, they had a great show and stayed to help organize the TREEWORGEY MUSIC FESTIVAl where 60,000 people turned out. For six weeks they stayed in the sun and the dust in Cornwall and then made a move to take the whole show to Amsterdam where another large festival was happening. Havens Oost free festival run by the Yorkshire lads from the Busbar. Danny after a lot of squatty dilemmas left the band on his birthday instead of playing on the main stage on the Saturday night. Danny had wrote the first seven and an DS songs which were BLUE BILE. REARRANGED. STAY AWAKE. TERRITORY,SPACEY, HALF A MIX, HIGHER and half THE RUSH. Left August ’89 after one and a half years. Aug 89 to Feb 90 After Treeworgey we went to a site where there was a lot of travelers and after five days it was evicted and everybody thrown onto the road They were stopped by the police, as soon as they tried to move, and did a spot check and banned the pickup from the road. They got towed off site to another one only two miles up the road but not before the policed checked the tow truck and then decided to let it tow them away. The new site was about twenty times bigger with loads of travelers trying to come down from four weeks of partying in Cornwall. So it was still looking good for Europe with a Peugeot 504 pick-up (banned from the roads of England and Wales until it was tested by MOT. for tools, generator and tat. An ex45-seater 20 meter coach for living with Alan (Crowposse)’s trailer, a 10 meter flatbed with PA. tools tarps motorbikes plus anything big or ,small, removable including alloy fencing from Glastonbury which was built to keep the people apart. The truck carried about 3/4 of the show and was run by AutoCrow Pat who lived in his cab. Linsey had an old Billy Smarts Circus truck with brake problems so Joe Crow drove that threading lightly. The other truck was an old four wheel drive Bedford three ton army truck that had the problem of being the only petrol motor in the posse. This was driver by D.S. bass player Richard who had just lost his Land Rover after being sandwiched by two big trucks which were also part of the show. Guitarist Gus borrowed a van and himself and fellow Screech Rocker Wiggy took their equipment and lived in it. Jay and Gemma had a Bedford 4 wheel drive 3 tonner and also made their way over. Roscoe (bassist from Screech Rock) had a Volvo and trailer. They managed to get the pickup towed to the port by the AA and drove it on to the ferry. They eventually arrived and proceeded to get lunched out because after all it was Amsterdam. The weather at the festival was bad, raining and very windy, the massive stage didn’t get enough cover so the bands and the PA people decided not to do it and moved into a basement for the Saturday night. This became a flop because it had to be stopped at 3pm. They played 10 minutes in the basement and were stopped while Screech Rock only got 15 minutes in, but they quickly moved their equipment onto somebody’s boat and did a full set. The guitarist Gus was still playing with Screech Rock as well. At this gig we were invited to play a squat in Eindhoven. On arriving at the gig we found Out that a band called Doom from England hadn’t turned up and we were offered the rest of their gigs, so they accepted and got on with the tour. One of the best gigs on this tour was at a big squat called the W.N.C. in Groningan where they were treated really well and had a great slamming gig. After, they went back to Amsterdam where they got lunched Out again but they managed to get a good 4 track recording together at the bus bar studio. Amsterdam was getting boring most members of the show seemed to be having a good time but forgetting to try and find gigs and shows.