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Bowie’s 1977 record buying list. Wonder if he became a Snivellin’ Shits fan?
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Philip King Sep 19
Littleknowntelevisionseriesfact : The extras for The Prisoner were recruited from the local labour exchange in Portmeirion.
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Philip King Sep 19
That was fast work! Thanks, it is very beautiful here.
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Philip King Sep 18
Replying to @ST_Television
You’ve missed one ;)
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Philip King Sep 18
A proper rock n’ roll star.
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Philip King Sep 18
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Philip King Sep 18
Replying to @manwithaspleen
They could have been as big as...Sad Cafe.
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Philip King Sep 18
Bernard Sumner’s first group. They were Manchester’s answer to Deaf School.
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Michael Bonner Sep 18
1/8 INCOMING! The new is in shops from Thursday, but you can always order a copy here:
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Philip King Sep 17
Replying to @isetta_windsor
The rest of the Go-Betweens were at the show too. Hope you got your money back!
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Philip King Sep 17
Replying to @isetta_windsor
It wasn’t - but I remember that gig of course. Not just because Lawrence was on acid. It was also the last Servants show.
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Philip King Sep 17
‘Ghosts tried to kill me says Bowie’
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Philip King Sep 17
A very short lived line-up of Roxy Music.
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Philip King Sep 17
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Philip King Sep 17
When HOL supported Felt in Bristol the year before I remember that the venue reminded me of a scout hut. Played the great named EEC Punk Rock Mountain club in Bristol the same year with Biff Bang Pow!
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Philip King Sep 17
Don’t think I played that one. Ed Ball on bass with BBP?
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Philip King Sep 17
Replying to @evjanderson
Lucky London.
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Philip King Sep 16
Replying to @Andr6wMale
Beautiful.
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Philip King Sep 16
Replying to @VictorianLondon
Made me think of this photo of Kilburn & the High Road.
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Philip King Sep 16
Me too.
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