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( July 18, 2015) A supermarket, long gone, called 'Fine Fare' in Crosby once got in a stock of LPs which had been lingering in a storeroom for at least 10 years and were being sold at some ridiculous prices, thus I came to have records by Arthur Brown, The Idle Race and John Surman in my first collection. Completely unfashionable (when fashion meant much, this was about 1975) but a treasure trove for youthful curiosity. Comment: Hugh Weldon





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