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Lost Vinyl Gems Of The 60's Episode 3 - Now Online


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NEW EPISODE NOW ONLINE

Possibly the last episode in this series, this time we're looking at UK 60's 45's, some US imports, and a selection of Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae singles. And I managed not to swear for the entire 54 minutes!

Featured records include John Dankworth Orchestra, Danny Williams, The Dennisons, Kiki Dee, Marie Knight, Honey Boy Martin, The Uniques, The Ethiopians, Shorty The President, Alton Ellis, The Pageants, Joanie Sommers, Jan Bradley, loads more - 54 minutes running time. All unscripted and unrehearsed as always.

Hope you enjoy it.

Pete

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Glad I'm finishing work at 11.15am today - can get home and watch this (no streaming, or access to video/podcast sites at work :-( )

The last couple have been great, very enjoyable and informative - looking forward to no.3!

Pete, you did mention this could well be the last one with more details to follow.... so?.....

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Nice one mate, love that PEGGY MARCH record (and the shed),,,, :hatsoff2:

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Glad I'm finishing work at 11.15am today - can get home and watch this (no streaming, or access to video/podcast sites at work :-( )

The last couple have been great, very enjoyable and informative - looking forward to no.3!

Pete, you did mention this could well be the last one with more details to follow.... so?.....

Well I've stopped buying Paul, this is why I was selling all the British this week, to pay of my credit cards. Then again, I"ve always got tons of records, I suppose I could do more. Think you'll enjoy this one.

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Nice one mate, love that PEGGY MARCH record (and the shed),,,, :hatsoff2:

"the magic shed where records live and breed" :lol:

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What a bonus I'm off work sick and bored to tears... Well not for the next 54.32 mins I ain't.....I am sure you have the bug for this sort of thing now Pete, and will be back with more entertaining imformative vids...

Always hated that PJ Proby thing.... It's when he pops his cheek at the get go... even I thought it was naff in 76 :lol:

Excellent stuff mate.

Peggy March love it ... an issue and a shed life is good ....

:thumbsup:

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Most enjoyable Pete,.loved the Reggae stuff too :thumbup:

.. p.s.. 1st swear word at 41 mins :shhh: ..lol :D ...More please

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Most enjoyable Pete,.loved the Reggae stuff too :thumbup:

.. p.s.. 1st swear word at 41 mins :shhh: ..lol :D ...More please

Wasn't a f*ck though was it?

Nobody got my joke on the last sentence where I said "I haven't said the word fu...@

" and I cut it off before the word ended. Well I got it anyway LOL

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Remember that President Mash Up The Resident from a Tighten Up Lp.....didnt realise that Joe Organ was that good.Will dig it out.Keep em coming Pete.Where did you get them wooden boxes....pm me you address got some stuff to post you.

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Remember that President Mash Up The Resident from a Tighten Up Lp.....didnt realise that Joe Organ was that good.Will dig it out.Keep em coming Pete.Where did you get them wooden boxes....pm me you address got some stuff to post you.

The boxes came from Homebase mate, £9.99 each - perfect size but not mega-tough.

Got your email, will sort over weekend and send address.

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Remember that President Mash Up The Resident from a Tighten Up Lp.....didnt realise that Joe Organ was that good.Will dig it out.Keep em coming Pete.Where did you get them wooden boxes....pm me you address got some stuff to post you.

You may be right but I first heard it on Club reggae vol.4 I think it was, 99p from jenks newsagent in our village

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So Johnny Dankworths / Beefeaters was the first record played on radio 1 not Flowers in the Rain!

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So Johnny Dankworths / Beefeaters was the first record played on radio 1 not Flowers in the Rain!

I could actually check that as I've got the first 90 minutes of Radio 1's first broadcast, it's absolutely fascinating, especially as we only ever hear the first minute usually

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Pete - Nice touch enjoyable info as always look forwrd to the next one

ps im just going to check my shed if the mrs has put anything in it ?

best

Chris

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Pete - Nice touch enjoyable info as always look forwrd to the next one

ps im just going to check my shed if the mrs has put anything in it ?

best

Chris

No, it has to be a MAGIC shed Chris :lol:

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