Dubh Chapter – Happy Is The Bride (Eg Records 1990)

Yet another one of my finds from the “Bargain bin” in Record Village in Scunthorpe.

I liked this track as soon as I heard it.

Dubh Chapter – Happy is The Bride (EG Records 1990).

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Last updated on: May 31st, 2017
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Protocol – There’s No Holding Back (Hit The Deck Records 1987)

Hands up Kids!

Who remembers Grange Hill? OK so that’s probably most of you.

Everyone will remember Ant Jones who was bullied by Mr Bronson and also featured on the anti drugs single “Just say no”.

The guy who played him was “Ricky Simmons” & he had a stab at pop stardom with his band “Protocol”

Protocol

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Last updated on: July 28th, 2017
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Explains A Lot About Sam Broadcaster

So the truth is finally out. We now know the reason SAM Broadcaster 4.x.x series won’t work on Windows 8/10.

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It would appear SAM Broadcaster is written is Borland/Embarcadero Delphi. A programming language that most developers abandoned years ago.

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Last updated on: April 28th, 2017
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A Tribe Of Toffs – Terry Wogan’s On Tv (Again!)

A Tribe of Toffs are best known for their song for their Song “John Kettley is a Weatherman” which was a minor hit in the UK charts.

The follow up was “Terry Wogan’s on TV (Again!)” according to the Guinness book of singles It never charted.

I own a copy which again was found it in the “Bargain Bin” at Record Village in Scunthorpe. I think I paid 50p for the 7″ single in 1990.

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Last updated on: April 28th, 2017
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I Grew Up In A Strange Era

I was born in 1972 when Little Jimmy Osmond – Long haired lover from Liverpool was at No1 in the UK charts.

I grew up with a strange mix of music in the house I grew up in. My Dad would play a mix of country music and oldies.

Where as my brothers were at the stage where they were influenced by Punk.

Sham 69 – Joy Division – Sex Pistols – The Clash  – The Lurkers – The Undertones were just a few of the bands they were into.

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Last updated on: April 28th, 2017
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