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  1. Moogura says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of London Dance Remix Vol. 1 on Discogs/5(5).
  2. Kazragal says:
    Explore releases from the Dance Street label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Dance Street releases.
  3. Dubar says:
    Pat Travers Band ~ “Red House” The Miners Foundry is pleased to present Pat Travers and the Pat Travers Band on Friday, May 29, The Pat Travers Band is one seriously tight rocking unit, always delivering tangible energy and infectious enjoyment. Doors are at p.m. and the show begins at p.
  4. Shaktidal says:
    The capital was home to the Folk-Song Society and the English Folk Dance Society from the late 19th century, but the most distinctive genre of London music, its many street cries, were not considered folk music by mainstream collectors and were recorded and published by figures such as Andrew White in Old London Street Cries ; and, The Cries of.
  5. Vuzilkree says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about London Boys - Dance Dance Dance at Discogs. Complete your London Boys collection/5(33).
  6. Tumi says:
    Bob's and Bowen's adventures together on the streets of London became the subject of a book, published in March , A Street Cat Named Bob: How One Man And His Cat Found Hope On The Streets. [33] Casper, ( – 14 January ) was a male domestic cat that was famous for travelling on a No. 3 bus in Plymouth, and inspired the book.
  7. Fenridal says:
    The BBC Radio programme Dance Band Days ran from to with a playlist of British dance band music. It was presented by Alan Dell, and subsequently by Malcolm Laycock. The programme was later transferred to Sunday Night at 10, until the British dance band content was dropped by .
  8. Voran says:
    Unlike many dance bands of yesteryear, many of which, to the layman at least, sounded identical, the Harry Leader Band had a very individual style, with a full, bright and beautifully harmonised sound, every note being played to its full value.

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