Just found this, but if its already been done then apologies.
Nice video for the release of a new book about Roger Eagle- Sit down & listen to this.
As someone who was a major part of the early days of this scene , thought it might be of interest.
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Fortune led him to a job putting records on at The Twisted Wheel. Ignoring the thriving Beat scene, Roger prooted gigs by and played the recordings of the original Blues and Rhythm and Blues artists, often bringing them over from the States at his own expense. The club's music policy, at odds with just about everything else in the country at the time, was an instant hit and crowds flocked to the Wheel all-nighters from all over the country...
..saw him open The Magic Village - a short-lived psychedelic all-nighter that became the cornerstone of Manchester's late sixties counterculture scene before he moved on to Liverpool Stadium, promoting gigs by artistes as diverse as Led Zeppelin and Cat Stevens.
Sensing that the stadium rock scene was burning itself out, Roger opened Eric's...
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