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Pauljenny

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Gum.
Chet Baker..
Sang like an Angel, trumpet virtuoso, matinee idol looks.
what could go wrong..?
read his Wikipedia life story.


.https://youtu.be/8SGAcP7Zh6U
 

oppy

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You didn't list a song, but I presume that after "Gum"
you meant this
 

Pauljenny

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Thanks Peter..
I checked the link and it did open an earlier version.
If you tap on it and hold, it opens the link.
( You can see that I'm a tech wizard )

If you see what the drugs did to his face, over the years, it's best to stick to early ones.
Finally, his dealer got impatient over a late payment and smashed his teeth and lips in..
Not a career improving move.
Give us a song.
 

oppy

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Give us a snog ??????????????? :eek: 💋💋🍷🍷🍷
Ok then :- Valentine
 

oppy

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Oh my dear hobbit, do keep up, Odessa is the album, the track was Edison !!

I forgive you

Layne

 

Pauljenny

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Together..
"Ain't got no beef.... "
 

oppy

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I should have known that pelmets would have caught your eye
So I've taken poetic licence with this
(Just for) Kicks
 

Val54

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I'll try for longer pelmets in the future ......
..... kicks
shape of things

 

oppy

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Well it's now very late, so from one geriatric rocker to another I offer this from a slightly older on. Nite Nite.
 

oppy

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Wow Dave, taking us back to the blue beat era and made me have to dig through my archives and then try to find a YouTube version. I saw this guy at the Twisted Wheel
so here goes
City


Enjoy

BTW, we had our first jabs today
 

Val54

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Well done on the jabs Peter. I didn’t get to Brazenose Street until the late ‘60s by which time it was all northern soul. So I missed the early blues:jazz years. I did catch John Mayall at the Free Trade in 69’ish .....,

... trial

Laurel Canyon
 

oppy

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We have, or rather had until he moved to France, a friend who went by the name of Victor Brox who together with his wife Annette were very much part of our local blues scene on Friday nights at the Surrey Arms. He was a teacher at one of out local schools and often left his old Wurlitzer piano at our house. I played bass with him on many occasions back in the late 70s early 80s.
Anyway back to reality
Canyon

sorry !!
 

Pauljenny

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Ten..
C' Mon Clarence...
Give us a song..!
 

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