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Blue Dansette Video Release

Here is the full version of the Video for ‘Blue Dansette’ – it took a lot of planning and was a lot of fun to film and edit! >>

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My 1969 Mini…Guitar and Car!

This is a photo from 1979 outside my folks house in Blackheath, London with my 1969 Mini & 1975 Rickenbacker 480 – can you tell which bands I might have liked?  The Mini was bought for me to learn to … Continue reading

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It was the 3rd of September…that day I’ll always remember!

…to quote another famous song! The full EP ‘Blue Dansette‘ is out today on London Songwriters Recordings! The EP tells a musical story from 60s pop (Blue Dansette) through to 80s Rock (Whiskey A-Go-Go) via 70s New Wave Punk (Summer’s … Continue reading

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Summer’s Day! Released as 2nd single from ‘Blue Dansette’

Summer’s Day! is the 2nd single from the EP ‘Blue Dansette’ and is out now as a free download on Bandcamp: Click here to listen and download. It’s a Pop/Punk Haiku – an entire anthemic Pop structure inside the first … Continue reading

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A new decade arrived In The Summertime glare

In my previous blog Something In The Air I spoke about walking to school across Blackheath in London and listening to songs on the radio in 1969. Another song I remember vividly is In The Summertime by Mungo Jerry which … Continue reading

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Blue Dansette Single Release

The first stereo single from the EP ‘Blue Dansette’ is out today! The first track of a musical trilogy covering the 60s, 70s & 80s this song reflects the music of the Sixties and is also available on 7” Vinyl … Continue reading

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Now I had the albums I could play them loud….

Do Wah Diddy by Manfred Mann was released in July 1964 and was No. 1 for 2 weeks in the UK. It was one of the first LPs I was ever given, Mann Made Hits.  With only two LPs in … Continue reading

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In 1965 I’d seen The Beatles Live…

In 1964 when Beatlemania was at its absolute height my mum figured she should see what all the fuss was about in a live concert setting. She applied for tickets, thinking there was no chance, but to her surprise received … Continue reading

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‘In 1968 I came home from summer break…

Here I am aged 9 on holiday in South Molton, Devon, affording my parents some much needed respite (Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah). It was a kids residential ‘Summer Camp,  which also involved horse riding nearby. I can remember a few … Continue reading

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I knew that music was the key…

This is my Harmony H22 bass. I inherited it from a previous band in the 1970s but it’s the model used extensively in the 1960s by the likes of Ronnie Lane of The Small Faces and Muff Winwood from The … Continue reading

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