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A Personal History of the British Record Business 59 – Tony Calder 6 and conclusion.

      We’re on the final furlongs of the wonderfully disorganised but highly entertaining brain and memory of Tony Calder. There’s no point in trying to re-cap as to where we are (just read the previous five instalments), but … Continue reading

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A Personal History of the British Record Business 7 – Gerry Bron (3)

We left Gerry at “Ha ha said the clown”, so my next question was about forming a record production company “I always wanted to make records. When Ron Goodwin recorded with George (Martin) and made all those instrumental albums I … Continue reading

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A Personal History of the British Record Business Pt.5 – Gerry Bron (1)

Potted biography courtesy Wikipedia Gerry Bron, born 1st March 1933 – died 19th June 2012,was born in Hendon, Middlesex, into a Jewish family, the elder brother of actress Eleanor Bron. Their father, Sydney, shortened the family’s surname to “Bron” from … Continue reading

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