Tag Archives: Gerry Oord

A Personal History of the British Record Industry 28 – Ken East Pt.6

The close of another record auction interrupted the flow again. If any readers are interested in old vinyl as well as old music industry stories, then do feel free to Google Collectors Vinyl – you should find me as your … Continue reading

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A Personal History of the British Music Business 28, Ken East Pt.5

      Barney Ales, John McCready (Phonogram New Zealand), to be hired by Ken when he moves to Decca) and Ken East’s profile! We have followed Ken back and forth from London to Australia..all the time with EMI. Now … Continue reading

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A Personal History of the British Music Business Pt. 14 – Colin Burn 6

Colin Burn (right) with Gilbert O’Sullivan and someone else! ( I am now reliably told the someone else is Jack Stewart Grayson and I’ll take an educated guess that he was the MAM label manager) Another major change in the … Continue reading

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A Personal History of the British Record Industry 13 – Colin Burn 5

These periodic delays in posting are down to one hobby interrupting another! One of my bi-monthly auctions finished a week ago and then it’s non-stop creating invoices, packing parcels etc. So no, haven’t ground to a halt again…yet! Good news … Continue reading

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