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Can anyone out there in SS land point out some records from any era cheap or unknown that are as good or, even better than that groover by Larry Trider

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Given the "All Time" post, I expected this to say Asparagus !

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Can anyone out there in SS land point out some records from any era cheap or unknown that are as good or, even better than that groover by Larry Trider

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Tommy Steele "Little white bull"

Bernard Cribbins "Right said fred"

Mike Sarn "Come outside"

Charlie Drake "My boomerang won't come back"

Dean Barlow "Third window"

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Can anyone out there in SS land point out some records from any era cheap or unknown that are as good or, even better than that groover by Larry Trider

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Larry Trider is oh so typical of the trend towards crappy s***e sounds that populate DJs boxes nowadays. They should stay there and only be used when Guy Fawkes needs some help igniting.

I rember going on weekend leave 1975 and we travelled up to Sheffield for the Samanthas niter. We met up with friends and girlfriends on the way and came out of the train station to be confronted by a large gang of Teddy Boys. Outnumbering us by about 2 to 1 they immediately challenged us to a fight. We obliged.

As we continued on our way a pair of coppers who watched the running confrontation told us we were alright and they didn't like them or their music. We agreed.

Now 30 years on we are assaulted aurally this time, by more of the moronic rockabilly, but cant kick the crap out of the tossers who deserved it then and probably more so now.

Peace

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