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A Personal History of the British Record Industry 86 – Ron Richards 2, and conclusion

Tell me about The Hollies A guy named Tommy Sanderson worked at Francis Day & Hunter and he used to have his ear to the ground and knew a lot of radio producers in Manchester. This producer phoned Tommy and … Continue reading

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A Personal History of the British Record Business 50 – Jeffrey Kruger 7.

We have now reached 1967 and the Glen Campbell story, so without further ado…photos of Jeffrey are thin on the ground and this one is obviously not from 1967! Beggars can’t be… Coming to 1967, I heard Turn around look … Continue reading

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A Personal History of the British Record Business 49 – Jeffrey Kruger 6.

Basically, we have now reached 1966, so we’ll end that last sentence in part 5 and move on! That’s how our label grew until in 1966, thanks to Len (Wood) again, I did a second rights deal with Capitol. Arising … Continue reading

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