Wednesday, 20 August 2014
I remember a singer calling himself Bilbo Baggins appearing on the children's TV show TISWAS was he part of this group?
This record dates from 1974. Bilbo Baggins appeared on TISWAS in 1976.
Bilbo Baggins - Saturday Night
Bilbo Baggins - Monday Morning Blues
Sunday, 17 August 2014
I have no information about this 1965 Spanish recording by Emi Bonilla given a UK release on the same label as the Beatles.
Ella Te Quiere (She Loves You)
Te Conseguire (I'll Get You)
No Me Dejes (Bad To Me)
Lo Tendras, Amor (From Me To You)
This 1970 release made #45 in the UK chart for 1 week, I remember this record getting quite a lot of Radio play and being Tony Blackburn's "Record Of The Week", Peter E Bennett would release a second single this time without The Co-Operation Choir.
From memory I preferred the "B" side of this record my original copy was taken by my younger sister.
Peter E Bennett With The Co-Operation Choir - The Seagull's Name Was Nelson
Peter E Bennett With The Co-Operation Choir - Magic Picture Wall
The first of 17 singles by Black Velvet, this copy has suffered some water damage to the labels.
Black Velvet - Peace And Love Is The Message
Black Velvet - Clown
Sunday, 10 August 2014
Someone has written 1953 on the cover 45cat gives the release date as 1954.
Today's Boot Sale was cancelled due to the rain.
For some reason today my PC decided to have a Go-Slow it was at "Starting Widows" for about an hour I went and got my laptop set it up I had recorded the first record then the main PC started it is working OK now.
While I was recording this the first track "Blaze Away" the 2 Ronnie's did a sketch where they are in a Band and they are playing Blaze Away they put words to it one of the lines is "Is'nt it a pity that the pubs in the city close at half past ten" In areas of the City Of London most of the Pubs had closed by 9 O'clock.
Washington Post this is some of the music to "Rhubarb Tart by John Cleese"
The Regimental Band Of H.M. Grenadier Guards - Old Comrades And Other Famous Marches
Under The Double Eagle
A reply to the "Drifters - Save The Last Dance For Me" this record was released in 1960.
The "A" side of this record has recently appeared on one of the "Vinyl Vic's - Answer Songs" CD's.
Damita Jo - I'll Save The Last Dance For You
Damita Jo - Forgive