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Saturday, 6 February 2016

Jack Douglas - Don't Forget The Beer, Dear / The Douglas Walk



I do not know how many records Jack Douglas made, I have featured "Swanee River" and thought that was his only single, then I found this one that features 2 Gordon Haskill songs, I have another record of Jack doing a duet with Don Estell. 
This 1978 release failed to make the UK chart.

This is a re-post

Jack Douglas - Don't Forget The Beer, Dear


Jack Douglas - The Douglas Walk

Friday, 5 February 2016

David Hughes - Climb Every Mountain / Someone Is Watching







The last single by David Hughes also his only one on the Columbia label in 1960 David came second in the competition to represent the UK in the Euro-vision Song Contest. 

David Hughes - Climb Every Mountain



David Hughes - Someone Is Watching 

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Kaplan - I Love It / Trousers Down


Released 1968 the second of two records by Kaplan the group changed their name has had further records.

Kaplan - I Love It 

Kaplan - Trousers Down 


Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Dorothy Squires/Russ Conway - Say It With Flowers / Roses Of Picardy


Dorothy Squires & Russ Conway released this joint collaboration in 1961 and a further track released as a "B" side the following year, this record made #23 in the UK chart.

Dorothy Squires/Russ Conway - Say It With Flowers

Dorothy Squires/Russ Conway - Roses Of Picardy

Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Jimmy Beasley - Jambalaya / My Happiness


Jimmy Beasley released six 45's between 1956-1957 in America this 1956 record was his second, the "A" side was released in Belgium in 1957 backed with a track by Danny Flores.

 Jimmy Beasley - Jambalaya
 

Jimmy Beasley - My Happiness