October Vinyls & Rarities 2011
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Feel Like Making Love - Bad Company
Last Saturday was the hottest October day since records began, I had to work in the morning and driving down the M25 with all the windows open, this song came upon my IPOD. This track is quite important to me as it was one of the ones I liked in my conversion from Reggae to Rock. I switched it up full blast and enjoyed.


Duncan, October 2011.

I Pity The Fool - Ann Peebles
Being an Arsenal supporter all of my life, I would like to dedicate this slice of early 70’s soul on the Hi label, from the wonderful Ann Peebles to our manager, Arsene Wenger. Hopefully he has not lost the plot but it seems all his decisions he is making at the moment are all going wrong. Still when we are in Munich in May, we would have forgotten all of this.

In Arsene we trust.

Duncan, October 2011.

Stab Your Back - The Damned
A great piece of very early English Punk. This was the original fast and furious under a minute song which made the Damned’s first album such a milestone in British rock music. I would like to dedicate this one to our Brave lads in the Royal Navy. They are being royally stabbed in the back by our government, who are making untold amounts of them redundant. I don’t agree with any of the wars we are fighting, but I do support our armed forces that are losing their lives for the men in the houses of commons, who are trying to prove who has the biggest dick amongst them.

I am with Benidorm’s Joyful Joyful in this. You had to be there.

Duncan, October 2011.