Peel Sessions book
Thu Dec 6 14:46:25 CET 2007
Many thanks, Stu, much appreciated. Just one point: a common myth, but Hermeet was
never actually Peel's producer, he was broadcast assistant, Dec 02 - the end. There are a
few small glitches in the book, and a retired former colleague has just pointed another one
to me: the famous music hall coster artist who recorded "If It Wasn't for the 'Ouses In
Between" (Peelenium 1900) was Gus Elen, not Gus Glen. Apologies. But I still think I've
done not too bad a job overall
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Stuart Mchugh <stuart@...> wrote:
> I don't think I already plugged this link which reviews Ken's book.
> In summary, it's a great read for all, not just the discographers or
> obsessives among us, and is the ideal Xmas present (it's no
> coincidence that there's a 'buy' link alongside, but other book
> vendors are available).
> The review is a bit ate coming and if it seems rushed, feel free to
> make corrections before I publish it properly!
> po box 13516 linlithgow eh49 6wb ... t: 01506 840063 ... e:
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