Occasional pokes at politicians, lots of mentions for good chums and family, more fun than seriousness and tinctures for all...
That was lovely, Scrobs. I've grown up singing those songs but not realising who made them famous. The soundtrack of my life. RIP Mary.
Tempus is fugitting.....Thanks for the memories and RIP.
She was beautiful.
Pips, I used to learn all their songs from one of their song books - even Mrs S tried a few chords from the same book too...'Early morning rain' was always the favourite, but I missed out on a chance in 1967 when I played 'Too much of nothing' to a lady chum...Just too thick in those days!
Reevers, it damn well is - I did 'Stewball' at an evening in 'The Mermaid' in Rye years ago, and it still haunts... (the song, not the hotel, although the old place has several old wives tales attached to it...)
Elecs, she was lovely, we all loved her then, and to hear 'Old coat' again would just bring the whole day to a shuddering close...
She was very lovely Scrobs although I am unfamiliar with their work. I can't find Old Coat played by P P and M for you :-(
Lils and Calfy are on a jet plane today...Safe journey Gals!
Ms Smack!Delighted to see you here - hope you'll call by with your new spare time, but I bet you'll be just as busy eh?
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