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My UK pop music knowledge is broadly from 1964 through to 1976. I also have extensive knowledge of the UK "alternative" scene, ie Canterbury bands, Krautrock & etc.

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A music lover and consumer for more years than I care to remember and have an extensive record collection.


A level, HND, PGCE

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2011-01-24 Pls Help Me Find Any Info about This Song!:

Hi,    As you will see from my profile, my knowledge is broadly from 1964 to 1976, therefore something from "the 90's era" is way out of my knowledge base.    I hope you find the answer somewhere along

2009-06-05 techno dance song heard in scotland:

Hi charli,    Techno dance is a bit out of my comfort zone!    However it's possible that some sort of samples have been used - The Magnetic Fields have lyrics similar to the ones you quoted. Other than

2009-04-07 Catch a Falling Star:

Hi Matt,    Thanks for asking the question.    The only version of CAFS that I know is by Perry Como, and although the version you have sounds groovy, I'm not sure I'd be able to tell who it is, but am

2008-06-15 The Kings of Collapse:

Ah, yes. The Kings of Collapse, erstwhile known as Lyndsay's Bifurcated Rivets.    The 'Rivets' split due to musical differences, not least due to the band leader's insistence on using a 1-3-2 formation


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