Don Craine has been around the roots of British popular music for quite a while now – starting his group around the time of the Pretty Things and the Stones in the early Sixties by forming the Sect and/or the Downliners Sect. He has an awful lot of time for the role that Chris Barber and Ken Colyer played in what came to pass on these fair shores. Then of course you just add Lonnie Donegan to the mix and off we jolly well go….
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The first of the '10 Tales' this one about life 'On the Road' from the late Fifties with Chris Barber, through to Sixties beat groups and late Sixties psychedelia. The Seventies with Slade, Humble Pie & Kate Bush right through to life with Mr Bowie. Great stories
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