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Jkpnefc

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About jkpnefc

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  • Public Real Name
    John
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Northern Soul,Reggae/Ska,Alcohol,football,
  • Location
    Leyland
  • Top Soul Sound
    Too Many To Say

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  • Ebay seller name
    meyousee

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  1. Brilliant final episode recommended
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  2. Cheers mate
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  3. Thanks.........Just wondering as the others I,ve seen for sale are the all orange version
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  4. Looking for info . Dramatics - Toy Soldier on Crackerjack Copy differs from thers I have seen ie others more plain orange. Why the difference on this one? Any help appreciated John
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  5. Ad-Lib Club Only know this because the resident band there cut a 45 7 Leicester Place, W1, once the home of the Ad Lib club March 27, 1965. When the lift door opened onto the Ad Lib club on the top floor of 7 Leicester Place, W1, another door opened onto a whole new world of possibilities for pop music. John Lennon and George Harrison were tripping on LSD for the first time. The two Beatles, along with their partners, had been for dinner at the Bayswater home of a dentist friend. After they had eaten they repaired to the drawing room where, without their knowledge, four acid-laced sugar cubes were dropped into their coffees. When the drug – and the fear – took hold they quickly fled in George’s brand new Mini. ‘Our host seemed to turn into a demon, we were all terrified,’ recalled Cynthia Lennon. ‘We knew it was something evil. We had to get out of the house.’ They decided to head for the Ad Lib, then the hangout for pop-stars such as the Stones and The Kinks, fashion designers Mary Quant and Jean Muir and actresses Hayley Mills and Julie Christie; it was even visited on occasion by Princess Margaret. The music policy was exclusively black American soul and blues records and the door policy was even stricter. Although the Ad Lib was the crucible of Britain’s peace ’n’ love movement, its time in the sun was short-lived. In November of the following year – by which time it had already been dropped by the Swinging London set in favour of The Scotch Of St James in Mason’s Yard or The Bag O’Nails in Kingly Street – the Ad Lib was mocked during John’s knowing appearance on Peter Cook and Dudley Moore’s ‘Not Only… But Also’ when he played the doorman of ‘London’s most fashionable lavatory spot’, the Ad Lav club, in reality the underground public toilets in Broadwick Street.
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  6. Wife used to sing bicycle hut to this....have a listen it's feasible
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  7. Just been to Cuba as well
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  8. Ahhh Cheers mate struggled to find any info Do you know if any difference in value? Thanks for reply John
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  9. Just after a bit of info on this. Is this a genuine issue and if so why was there a Red issue Promo when there is a white Promo ? Any help appreciated Thanks John
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  10. Johnny & Lilly?
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  11. It is...never done a drive like that
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  12. Between te anau and milford sound NZ
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  13. mental listen to that b side
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