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There was a bakers in Lochwinnoch that used local youngsters to make up the pies for the local priest college. As there was an intense hatred between the student priests and the local youths all manner of bodily fluids found their way into the pie mix. :o:blink::green

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After A WinMX search I got these

Foo Fighters - Baker Street

Anita Baker - Fairy Tales

Anita Baker - 365 Days

Van Morrison & Chet Baker - Send In The Clowns

Kenny Baker - I Left My Heart At The Stage Door Canteen

Desmond Baker & The Clarendonians - Rude Boy Gone A Jail

& believe it or not WinMX never found one of my favourite tubes

George Baker - Little Green Bag :rolleyes:

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whosyirdaddy

The Small Faces - Song Of A Baker

from Ogden's Nut Gone Flake one of THE classis psychadelic albums (useta have the vinyl version with the round gatefold sleeve).

Have it on CD now.

To change the topic slightly I also have a Small Faces double CD with everything they did for Immediate Records on it (demo's, alternative versions, b-sides not on albums etc) but I find it hard work to listen to. So I stick to either Ogden's or Greatest Hits.

Sometimes I feel less is more. You'll listen to the extra stuff once or twice but if it wasn't good enough to be released then then it should stay in the vaults (esp. true of a lot of the Syd Barrett* stuff that has been released over the past 5 years.

* = "Alarming Confessions of an Old(ish) Hippy"

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Tom

is that the one you threw off the Old Sneddon St bridge and then chased after as it floated down the Cart? 

No. That was a copy of Steeleye Span's eponymous first album.

PS

undefinedMouldy Old Dough...Lieutenant Pidgeon.

One of the few bands to feature Mother and Son!!!!! (Very rock'n'roll)

On a similar theme, what have Tubeway Army and Spirit got in common?

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On a similar theme, what have Tubeway Army and Spirit got in common?

Didn't think there was much interest, Div: anyway Gary Numan and Randy California (crazy name, crazy guy) both formed groups which included their uncles (on drums).

Donga,

The narrator of the Happiness Stan section of the album was Stan "the man" Unwin

a star of radio.

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