A CRAFTY CIGARETTE

TALES OF A TEENAGE MOD

A CRAFTY CIGARETTE

TALES OF A TEENAGE MOD

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Corduroy, is it the marmite of fabrics? Some love it for its texture and wearability. Some hate it because it is a fabric associated with the old fashioned stereotypical style of Geography teachers, pensioners, and those considered to be out of step geeks.

No Distance Left to Run follows Blur during their 2009 reunion and tour, including unseen archive footage and interviews

Tuesday, 20 October 2020 13:35

A Short Biog of Canned Heat

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The band formed in 1965 in Northbridge, California by Alan “Blind Owl” Wilson (bottleneck guitar) and Bob “The Bear” Hite (vocals). The boys were blues fanatics and started a jug band with drummer Frank Cook and they would appear at the odd gig around LA. Canned Heat were dedicated to revive the Blues and to that extent would compare favourably to John Mayall in the UK.

Tuesday, 13 October 2020 13:46

Harold Pinter Interview 1978

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Harold Pinter CH CBE (10th October 1930 - 24th December 2008) was a Nobel Prize-winning British playwright, screenwriter, director, and actor.

In the years prior to music videos, live TV programs had a problem when artists were unable to appear. The viewers needed something to take their visual attention while the record was being played and producers decided to use ‘Go Go Girl’ dancers fashionably dressed in mini-skirts and high boots. In the UK, Top of the Pops (BBC 1) was the premier pop chart program and used a girl dance troupe called The Go-Jos, They were formed by Jo Cook in 1964 and she also was the choreographer.

There are some accessories that have a gravitas that elevates a persona a little. It’s not an essential item, and as we begin to move towards a cashless society, so they are becoming rarer, and generally only used by the wealthy who like to flaunt their wealth, and use cash to pay tips, and for other items where cash is the favoured currency.

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