Sunday, 9 March 2014
This 1957 release is the only one by the Big Ben Banjo Band to have a picture of the band, were the Big Ben Banjo Band a real band of were they session musicians on the other covers the number of Banjos varies between 3 and 5.
Big Ben Banjo Band - Let's Get Together Some More
Side 1. Hello Hello, Who's Your Lady Friend?, Who Were You With Last Night?, Valencia, Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!, Yes! We Have No Bananas, Somebody Stole My Gal.
Side 2. Some Of These Days, You're Driving Me Crazy, Everybody's Doing It, If You Knew Susie, Sheik Of Araby, Shine.
This record sounded very dated for a 1965 release. Has it ever surfaced on "Sounds Of The Sixties" the meaning of the words from 1965 has changed over the years the song contains the lines " Am I ashamed to follow natures way, should I be blamed if God has made me gay, I'm a man and kiss them when I can"
Allun Davies - Girls Were Made To Love And Kiss
Allun Davies - Rosemarie
This 1964 release was the last single by Christine Campbell for Parlophone she would release 2 more singles on the Page One label, she released 1 EP and 5 singles on Parlophone.
Christine Campbell - You
Christine Campbell - Don't You Know
A 1970 release I do not recall, this may have been their only UK release.
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan - Tenessee Bird Walk
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan - The Clock Of St James
Saturday, 8 March 2014
Peter Adamson played the caricature of Len Firclough in the long running soap Coronation Street between 1961-1983 he was sacked from the series after a newspaper ran a report of him indecently assaulting 2 8 year old girls.
This record has traveled a bit during its life pressed in Ireland as were most Indigo singles became the property of Radio Birmingham I brought this record from New Zealand a coincidence that the other Peter Adamson I have also came from New Zealand. he same "B" side was used on both records on this release it is "Moving On Backwards" on the other record it is "Movin' On Backwards".
Peter Adamson -Tudor Family Tree
Peter Adamson - Moving On Backwards