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Albert.1946 says...Hi from BelgiumI read the story of The Puppets on your web site, veri interresting !!Have The Puppets recorded a song called " Farewell ashes"A friend of me in the UK, wrote me about this itemPlease let me know, if the song really exist
Hi from Belgium
I read the story of The Puppets on your web site, veri interresting !!
Have The Puppets recorded a song called " Farewell ashes"
A friend of me in the UK, wrote me about this item
Please let me know, if the song really exist
Hi Albert, The Puppets never recorded a song called Farewell Ashes... Perhaps it's a song for the English Cricket Team??
It is with a heavy heart that I have to tell you that Daryl passed away April 20/2015 .....Daryl and I were married for 49 years so I heard many stories about the good ole days .....wishing you all the best.......
adding a rider to my earlier post my dentist on Holloway Road is next to Joe Meeks old studio, which has a Black Plaque on the wall outside.In The Coronet public house they have a corner dedicated to him.Someone has also dedicated a bench to his memory on the pavement, so he is not forgotten.All the local musicians know about Joe Meek and there used to be a get together once a year with Heinz, The Honeycombs etc in the Lord Nelson pub. Sadly now a gastro joint with canned music to munch to. Still grafiti though on the odd wall.
One of my closest friends Malcom Tyrrel lived 8 doors down from Dave Millen on Deepdale road.He was in a band named The Modern Blues Quartet. I was in Malcs when The Puppets arrived back from the Air force tour of Cyprus. I also enjoyed what was stuffed into the back of the Amps and the huge Hooka Pipe they must have bought in Libya. It has a bowl that if it was filled would put you on your back for a week ! I had forgotten all about until i read the obituary of jinner. wonderful memories and Malc ( Tans ) still lives near Deepdale road to this day.
A jolly good show with Beds Are burning, Thanks, Des!!
I've just read your words on your times with Billy Fury. You've given us a lovely insight into Billy,and although it is sad that he left us so early,his memory will live forever where good music is played.
Thanks,Des. You too are a gentleman.
hi des i was going through my old 45s records and i have found a advance pressing on pye label baby dont cry by the puppets and shake with me on opposite side scratched but still plays how many copies did they press and is it rare
not to be missed out. autograph can you help 11 wilson ave clowne derbyshire s434nh uk. excellent thank you
Hi Des, Great site mate, bringing back a lot of memories for an ex Preston boy from Ribbleton.