Pictures

Below are some photographs and other images of My Legendary Girlfriend, listed chronologically. Click on the thumbnails to see full size images (which will open in a new window).

Many thanks to the people who took these pictures. Please let us know if you have any photos of MLG which aren't here.

The first gig. Enzo and McGazz onstage in Paisley in 1997.

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Enzo, Neil and McGazz in Paisley, summer 1998.

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Enzo, McGazz and Neil onstage at the 13th Note, Glasgow, January 1999.

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Neil, McGazz and Enzo onstage at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, March 1999.

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Neil, McGazz and Enzo onstage at the 13th Note, Glasgow, November 1999. This gig was the launch of the "Creosound" EP.

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Neil, Enzo, Jenny and McGazz in Glasgow, December 1999.

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Neil, McGazz, Jenny and Enzo in Hamilton, July 2000.

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The band onstage at the Jockrock Awards night, in the 13th Note Club, Glasgow, April 2001. This was Lisa and Allen's first gig.

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Lisa, McGazz, Allen and Chris onstage at the 13th Note, Glasgow, April 2001.

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Lisa, Enzo, McGazz and Allen onstage at a Madonna tribute night, at the 13th Note Club, Glasgow, May 2001.

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The band in Glasgow, October 2001, the night of their Pop Quiz in the 13th Note.

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Allen, McGazz, Enzo and Jenny onstage at Starka, Motherwell, January 2002.

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Cartoon picture of the band (as 'lager lovelies'), by Terry Anderson.
From the "Family Four Tunes" CD inlay.

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Drawing of the band by Adam J Smith.
From the "You Can't Hear Me Anyway" CD inlay.

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Adam Smith (on 'air drums'), McGazz and Enzo onstage at Starka, Motherwell, August 2002.

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Chris and McGazz onstage at Nice 'n' Sleazy, Glasgow, August 2002. MLG performed as part of an all-day music and art event, organised by Dogs Die In Hot Cars.

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McGazz, Allen, Chris and Jenny performing at a flatwarming party in Glasgow, October 2002.

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MLG onstage at The Verge, London, December 2002.

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Allen and Chris looking slightly bemused at Drummonds, Aberdeen, February 2003.

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The band in Glasgow, taken during the recording of "Gross Domestic Product", early 2003.

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Chris and McGazz doing a rubbish, posed "in the studio" shot, early 2003. Someone asked us to do this - it wasn't our idea.

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An advert for "Gross Domestic Product" that appeared in "Is This Music?" magazine (Issue 4, April 2003).

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The band performing at King Tut's, Glasgow, as part the T-Break competition, May 2003.

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Jenny, Chris and McGazz playing at the Tolmiefields "festival", August 2003.

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The band (minus Allen) onstage at the Renfrew Ferry, Glasgow, August 2003.

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MLG playing at the Caledonian Backpackers, Edinburgh, September 2003.

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Onstage at the Barfly, Glasgow, October 2003. Supporting some band who'd just signed to Virgin.

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McGazz, Enzo and Chris pause for reflection, backstage at the Barfly.

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Chris, Allen, McGazz and Enzo onstage at Nice 'n' Sleazy, Glasgow, February 2004.

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Two pictures of the band onstage at the Renfrew Ferry, Glasgow, supporting The Fall and John Cooper Clarke, February 2004.

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The 13th Note, May 2004. The culprits have yet to identify themselves.

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The band onstage at The Barfly, Glasgow, May 2004.

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Photo of the band by Patrick Doyle, taken in Glasgow sometime in mid-2004.
From the "Wrong End Of A Telescope" CD inlay.

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Chris, McGazz and Allen onstage at Starka, Motherwell, October 2004.
Adam Smith (bass) can be seen in shadow on the wall (right).

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Upstairs at the Barfly, playing at a gig organised by The Big Issue, October 2004

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The last gig. 13th Note, Glasgow, October 2005.

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