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Definitely Louise Lewis...

Incidentally, Karl Evans was, as legend has it, a pseudonym for none other than Arin Demain!

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Louise does it for me- I have an earlier record by her which is hilariously awful. And look out for her 45 "Mouse On The Moon" (or something like it)- truely wierd and bizzare

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baby been keeping you awake at night pete?

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Music box for memories sake,Louise for listening.

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Music box for memories sake,Louise for listening.

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reason i was wondering ive got the karl evans on the dark blue skyway and im after the LL version as well but its a bit pricey at the moment...(100 on a major list recently)

got kev roberts playing the inst on a 74 wigan tape with all the claps etc...

this was also scheduled to come out on inferno,,,what happened there neil r???

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reason i was wondering ive got the karl evans on the dark blue skyway and im after the LL version as well but its a bit pricey at the moment...(100 on a major list recently)

got kev roberts playing the inst on a 74 wigan tape with all the claps etc...

this was also scheduled to come out on inferno,,,what happened there neil r???

Mark,was the Karl Evans a legit release?I'v only got KL on the Yellow one with Music Box on the other side-had thought this was a tailor made/Boot from un-released stuff?

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Mark,was the Karl Evans a legit release?I'v only got KL on the Yellow one with Music Box on the other side-had thought this was a tailor made/Boot from un-released stuff?

Hi Martyn,

Karl Evans was a legit release. I had one in the early '80s with the dark blue label/silver lettering, and the matrix design tied up with the Louise Lewis original.

It was actually called "Oo Wee Let It Be Me Babe", and was the B-side to a slowie, "Honey On My Shoulder"

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Hi Martyn,

Karl Evans was a legit release. I had one in the early '80s with the dark blue label/silver lettering, and the matrix design tied up with the Louise Lewis original.

It was actually called "Oo Wee Let It Be Me Babe", and was the B-side to a slowie, "Honey On My Shoulder"

Thanks mate,I never new that :shades:

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