Bridget St. John made a rapid transition from University to singer/songwriter thanks in part to the help of the hugely influential British DJ John Peel and his label Dandelion Records who released her three albums and took her on shows around the country – often along with a young duo called Tyrannosaurus Rex run by a young singer by the name of Marc Bolan. Peel would play records and then these young musicians would do a floor spot.
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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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