In memory of my dear old brother - Horringer Court 1982

The Pussyfoot

The Pussyfoot
The Pussyfoot by vocalist Terry Barfield

Tintern Abbey by Don Smith

Tintern Abbey by Don Smith
Tintern Abbey by Don Smith

The Carnaby

The Carnaby
By Andy Andrews

Monday, 10 November 2014

WILFRED - Candle in the WInd (Parlophone 1970)

Here for your musical delight is a splendid ballad by Wilfred (previously 'The Cherokees) released in 1970, who hailed from the Isle of Wight.

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

The Pussyfoot - Good Times / 'til You don't want me anymore 1968

With belated thanks to Terry Goodman (Pussyfoot drummer), I bring you the Pussyfoot's last single released on PYE in 1968.

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Message to Terry Barfield (The Pussyfoot), Don from Tintern Abbey, the chaps of Respect, The Carnaby and Candybus...

Sir Henry has moved to Horringer Court since Ed Debba suffered a terrible fate.  My sound files have mostly survived, thankfully, but all images have been lost, though some are retrievable. Please accept my apologies.  I will be spending the rest of the year reestablishing the site.  In the meantime, I can be contacted by telegram at:


Saturday, 16 June 2012

Angel Pavement 4 track acetate - 1967

Playing at 33rpm this one off acetate contains four previously unheard tracks by this band.  I include one track here (apologies for poor recording):-

Angel Pavement - Phantasmagoria / Rooftop Memories 1967 acetate

This is the only known recording of two early Angel Pavement tracks, one of which I include here for you, both of which have been released on Tenth Planet (Wooden Hill).

GALLIARD - New Dawn Breaking / Winter Song - acetate

Misattributed here to Genesis,  this is a 2 sided acetate by Galliard containing 2 tracks from their Deram LP 'New Dawn', an extremely rare piece of British progressive rock with some jazz and folk leanings.  This was recorded  in the Beatles' legendary Abbey Road Number 2 studio

There is no track called 'Winter Song' which I assume is the track finally named 'Winter - Spring - Summer', though I cannot confirm this.