Great blog!I thnk we have two "louise louise" and no "I like it like that" here.
ta for the heads up ts - all should be present and correct nowx
Now this is something truly, truly special.Cant wait to get home and listen to these tonight.....Thank You.
do all reel reel tape machines look like owls?
Now I am home.....and I'm simply thrilled honey.Its going to take at least ten days to wipe this grin off my stupid face....xxxx
happy birthday to JC eh?Lovely stuff. I remember this being on funnily enough...strange the things that stick in your head...
I could do with picking up one of the usb tape decks. I have so much stuff on cassettes. I don't have any of my old vinyl anymore but I've several boxes in the cupboard filled to the brim with cassettes.....(plans next purchase...)
This is amazing. I had no idea it even existed. Thank you so much!xx Allan
And what's more, we all finally get a glimpse into Dearest Ally's sitting room! Lovely carpet...
Wow! An amazing find..According to The "In Session Tonight" bible this was catually recorded in August 1984 and there were 4 tracks - you're missing a version of "Ain't That Always The Way". By the way "I Like It Like That" is actually a cover of Mike Nesmith's "Different Drum" - later popularised by The LemonheadsOh and teh line-up for the session featured a pre-Smiths Craig Gannon! (others were Chris Bell on Drums and Paul Heard on bass)Fact check OVER!
ah ha- francis thankyou - i knew i knew that song but i just couldn't remember what the hell it was. x
Aint That Always The Way was recorded by both Paul & Edwyn.Paul's version was a single, while Edwyn on the b-side of his 12" release of '50 Shades Of Blue'I'll post both of them at TVV come Friday....
A little sunshine on a cloudy day...God bless you my child.
Thank you so much, this is really a big surprise and truely a treasure! Wow, I can't believe it...
Woo and yay. Thanks mucho.Is that a Revox there? Ah, the memories.....
This is special.Tnanks very muchRich
This is wonderful, thank you so much!
Just got back from my hols to find this!Truly wonderful.Thanks so much.Phil
any idea who took the photo?
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