6 comments on “Top Christmas Present and current bedtime reading”
Monday, December 27, 2010 @8:33:58 AM
Good gift. It will keep you busy for a while and keep you wanting more.
Saturday, January 1, 2011 @4:15:41 AM
I used to buy BMG occasionally in the late 60`s from Clifford Essex Music Co. in Earlham St., London. I recall this one with, I am sure, Peggy Seeger and her long-neck Vega banjo which she brought down to Hartley Folk Club in Kent about the same time, and even let me have a play on it. Happy days, and good memories of life and times over 40 years ago.
Monday, January 3, 2011 @7:35:01 AM
You look strangley different in this photo, if not a touch younger...still i could recognise you anywhere....xx
Monday, January 3, 2011 @7:39:00 AM
Never heard of it is it a good read?
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Monday, January 3, 2011 @8:07:47 AM
Yeah Joe I look good in black and white he he, Rick it is a good read particularly as, even though it was written in the year of the great "love in" of the 60's, it's still strangely formal and rather serious. Hey Peter maybe this is your old copy.
Tuesday, January 4, 2011 @2:48:27 AM
Like so many things from the past I wish I had kept my copies of BMG. I shall always regret selling off my Dinky Toys, Meccano, and Bayko Building Set. What happened to our childhoods?
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