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Squid Tempest
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Re: PS
Feb 27, 2018, 02:11
Fitter Stoke wrote:
Mostly good memories, particularly of the Bob Harris years. New York Dolls doing 'Jet Boy', Brinsleys doing 'Surrender To The Rhythm, National Health doing 'Collapso', Feelgoods doing 'Rozette', Beefheart doing 'Upon The My O My', Rory G doing 'Walk On Hot Coals', Van the Man being a git in interview, Lennon being class in his, Otway & Barrett, Bruford, Sassafras, Kevin Ayers, Elton doing 'Tiny Dancer'... the list is endless.

I also used to dig the old films they'd use as visuals to album tracks. Somehow or other they seemed made for each other. Remember 'Trampled Underfoot'?

I went off the show quite a bit when Hepworth and Ellen took over as presenters. They had a smarminess about them that really got on my thrupennies at the time, though I later came to respect them both as writers. Bob was the man, and Annie N was ok.

That absolutely sums it up for me, and much more eloquently put than anything I would have written!

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