Monthly Archives: January 2014

Tales of the Unexpected…Elkie Brooks.

Elkie Brooks is probably best known for her ’70s hit “Pearl’s a Singer”. She was also a familiar guest singer on various variety and comedy shows during that decade and the next. But if we delve into the ’60s we … Continue reading

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Vertige and I am the Walrus…

Just came across this. It’s a film from 1969 by the Canadian director Jean Beaudin called “Vertige”.It’s a beautiful LSD timepiece, brilliantly edited and a visual delight. Although not it’s original soundtrack (which incidently is supposed to be great) here … Continue reading

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’45 of the month – January

Firstly a Happy New Year to one an all! Secondly here’s the January single of the month. It’s a brooding garage monster from 1967. The band is The Uncalled For from Tennessee, the tune is “Do Like Me”. A brilliant … Continue reading

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