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I'm afraid my collection might startle you

Phillthetrueblue

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Mine starts 1952 with the charts and ends at the last No1 last week, however in between, fav groups Beatles, Dire Straits and Beautiful South, have 1000,s of records on PC all the Now that's what I call music's, all British No1s from 1952 to present, just love music, Sutherland Brothers and Quiver, ELO everything and Leicester City
 
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kendalfox

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I've got what I want except with something to play the buggers on as my record player is about as old as me and as knackered as me
 

Stillclose

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Doesn't matter what you like Kendal, if its something different all the better. I love this new board. I regularly play m,duck radio while reading through the posts.
 

kendalfox

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I've got my late sons discs from his DJ days and can't get rid also a load of his own which I will keep
 

Wombat

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Wombat, traditional jazz band he was not.
Just jumped on the bandwagon
Kendal, I meant Stranger on the Shore by Aker Bilk, classic from the 60's..... sixty years on I can still hear that clarinet wailing away and Bilk's cheesy grin for the TV camera, when I think of that song.
 

snootyfox

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On Kendal's behalf, my I suggest

Artie Shaw
Benny Goodman
Billy Cotton
Tommy Dorsey
Billy Vaughan
Count Basie
Duke Ellington
Oscar Peterson
Ella Fitzgerald
Louis Armstrong
Vince Guaraldi
Paul Desmond
Bob Brookmeyer
Bill Evans
 

kendalfox

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Snooty
Billy Cotton,??? FFS
Got a good collection of Count Basie, Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman,Cy Oliver,
Per Wee Hunt
 

kendalfox

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Alex Welsh yes, I have a few of his as well
His Showcase Album 1&2 is a favourite as is Fred Hunt the pianist on these tracks
 

snootyfox

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Kendal, Apologies for the error on one of the fourteen suggestions....how bout Micky's suggestion of piles??
 

astleyfox

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Seeing as it starts in the late 40's and finishes in the late 60's

Mainly consisting of big band and jazz
I once took my Mum to Demont, to see a Glen Miller tribute. I wasnt looking forwards to it. I loved it, and have loved big band since.
 
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