...I heard Level 42. They played a slightly off beat first set... I was very confused at the choice of tunes,as were most of the balding/grey haired audience.The sound mix was excellent...it is always difficult mixing the bass guitar when slapped by such an intense player.Gary Husband on the drums was second to none...although he lost at least three drumsticks,one of which nearly hit Mark King! Last year when Level 42 played in Glasgow,he did not venture a bass solo.I was hoping that this year would be different and it was.Although I cannot dismiss his solo,it was a half-hearted lame representation of his known ability.The overall sound of Level 42 on this occasion was superb,I felt lost at the lack of incentive for the future by the band...no promise of a change in direction,no nothing other than a "good night Glasgow".:-( I do not expect to hear/see Mark King again in Glasgow..the band played a couple of really tight funky tunes fusing great jazz sax. with two hand slapping and backing from the great powerhouse,not only on drums but piano,Gary Husband.I feel quite sad about the whole thing just now.That said,stay cool.Scotland's slap bassist."Fallon".