AV: What was it like playing at the UFO Club?AB: That was an interesting format because you would have all the bands like Pink Floyd, Soft Machine, and the Giant Sun Trolley which was an avant garde band. There were also light shows and oil slides. At the same time you would also have the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band and even their precursors, the Alberts.AV: Who were the Alberts?AB: They've never been heard much of, but they were the band from which the Bonzo Dogs drew most of their inspiration. The Alberts played trad-jazz, a little earlier in style than the Bonzo's, since they were from an earlier musical tradition.There was a band called Tomorrow, who had Keith West, but they were a little too poppy for me. Other bands were the Pink Fairies and Mick Farren and the Social Deviants. I've known nights at the underground clubs when you'd have hot jazz, stand up comics, Pink Floyd, Soft Machine, the Alberts, and the Crazy World of Arthur Brown.I remember Yoko Ono, who by that time had moved into a warehouse in Covent Garden, was performing there. There would be all these guys who were vegetable sellers that would be walking by the club at two or three in the morning. They would wander in and see this very strange group of people such as Yoko Ono. Yoko would be up on stage and invite them to come up and cut her clothes off with a scissors. It was a very creative, artistic environment.I remember one night Margot Fontaine coming down and on another evening Tom Jones came in. It was a hub for the new sort of energy coming into music and arts at that time. Of course, you would have the Who coming down regularly, the Beatles would be in the audience, and Hendrix would play there. The Incredible String Band, to my mind one of the most amazing musical combinations that has ever been, was there. I have never seen the likes of it since. I'm not one of these guys who says it all happened in the 60s because I think a lot is happening now. It was all different styles and a new impetus for what could be said and expressed through popular music.