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One for Brownie's Friday show!
Somehow 'Russell Group' just doesn't have the same ring to it!
I watched the London/Babylon film all the way through and was fascinated. What got me enraged was 'gentrification' - that little scene where they alternate between to old woman who lived in the squalid room, and the couple (innocent in themselves, I guess) who bought the derelict house and did it up to live in. If rioting is 'sheer criminality', what's that! It was great to see the glimpses of Teds, mods, skins, etc., and the way it flicked back and forth across the eras...
Thanks, that link works.
Here's the trailer - looks like a brilliant film anyway! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbO7UsEVo9U
Available in the USA only.
That's the one! Thanks!
No, It's not that one. As far as I can tell that's the track that Stitt dubbed his toasting onto. The one I'm thinking about belongs very much to the Ska era of a few years previously. All I know about it is that there is a snatch of it on a TV advert. Maybe it's a Clancy Eccles record, as he wrote the tune...
Does anyone know the name of the original Ska track on which King Stitt based Herbsman Shuffle? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-6K9BpskPI
Relax, it was made up by a sub-ed on the paper.
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