Monthly Archives: March 2014

Tales of the Unexpected…Billy Fury.

To be honest I could pick a host of great ’45s from the British rocker Billy Fury. From the top mod b-side “Certain Things” to the brooding “What do you think your doing of” (still can’t work out what that … Continue reading

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Footballers and Record Shops…

This one is a fairly tenuous post. Although in it’s defence it features a record shop from the 1960s, so for that reason alone it possibly warrents an inclusion on the blog. It features two 1966 World Cup heroes leaving … Continue reading

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’45 of the month – March

The ’45 for March is a grimy creeping classic. Covered famously by The Cramps the original is even better. Telling the tale of a sexual preditor roaming the dark streets of the city. What is there not to like. From … Continue reading

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