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I prefer Edmondson Ros!
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Thoroughly enjoyed this the other night:

The Girl from Ipanema: Brazil, Bossa Nova and the Beach: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b07mlkzl via @bbciplayer

Successfully got Jane tuned in to cool Latin sounds, which I didn't expect. Not usually her sort of thing. Must admit to a bit of a soft spot for Katie Derham, too. Wonder if she's related to a well-known forum member? :D
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Great programme Shane, thanks. :)

Here's a bit of Japanese prog lounge from Sushi 2003.
Great video to go with it.
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shane wrote:Must admit to a bit of a soft spot for Katie Derham, too. Wonder if she's related to a well-known forum member? :D
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I don't think so.......not to my knowledge anyway. :wav:
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Talking of soft spots.
I have always had one for Swing Out Sister.

Here's Corrine Drewery in full voice and at her classy best, doing "Somewhere In The World"


A much underrated band in this country; the rest of the world begs to differ. :wink:
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Mongo Santamaria does Junior Walker.

Yeah baby :D

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Here's a piece of specialist music from my vast collection of easy listening, for Owston this year.



:mrgreen: :lol:
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And another one.



Nice bit of trippy bass playing for DTB on this groovy piece.
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And finally, for now, a leeetle beet of Eurotrash incidental music for my leeetle British chooms.

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Oddly enough, there was an Edmundo Ros single in the batch of 78s we bought this weekend. Too burnt out from soldering to go see which one though.
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Another gem from my vast collection of easy listening, this time a lightly latin brazilian blend:



Wondrously kitsch and fab dahlings. I dare you to try to keep still.
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Cressy Snr wrote: Tue Apr 11, 2017 6:37 pm Wondrously kitsch and fab dahlings. I dare you to try to keep still.
Dare accepted.

I kept still.

What have I won?!
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Dave the bass wrote: Tue Apr 11, 2017 6:59 pm
Cressy Snr wrote: Tue Apr 11, 2017 6:37 pm Wondrously kitsch and fab dahlings. I dare you to try to keep still.
Dare accepted.

I kept still.

What have I won?!
I'll gift you a Des O'Connor CD. :lol:
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...and I'll give yer a punch in the mooshe! :)
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