New Musical Express | May 1962

4 May 1962 No. 799  
n.a. Elvis Versus Cliff [Elvis Pressley, Cliff Richard]
Personalities in the News [Lonnie Francis, Acker Bilk, Jet Harris, Pat Boone, Shirley Bassey, Adam Faith, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chubby Checker, Norman Vaughan, Frank Sinatra]
One Good Solid 24 Carat Reason—"Wonderful Land" by The Shadows at No. 1 for the 8th Successive Week
Advertisement Look What's Here on CBS Records [Advertising]
The New Andre Kostelan: TZ Wonderland of Sound (Star Spangled Marches)
Doris Day & Andre Previn: Duet
Jerry Murad's: Harmonicats (Songs & Themes from Films)
The Dukes of Dixieland: Breaking It Up on Broadway
Thesaurus of Classic Jazz—Volume II [also Volumes I, III, & IV]
The Dave Brubeck Quartet: Countdown—Time in Outer Space
The Percy Faith Strings: Bouquet of Love
Mahalia Jackson: Recorded in Europe During Her Latest Concert Tour
Ray Conniff, His Orchestra and Chorus: S Continental
Mitch Miller and the Gang: Rhythm Sing Along with Mitch
Johnny Cash: Hymns from the Heart
The Brothers Four: The Brothers Four Song Book
Broadway's Best on Two Star-Studded Records for the Price of One! 20 Show Stoppers by the Stars Who Made Them Famous—What a Seller!
Arden, Don It Was Great Fun Touring with Brenda Lee 3
Gray, Andy Shirley Bassey's Disc Hits Win Most Acclaim 3
Wedge, Don Louis the Great! 3
n.a. Kenny Ball Welcomes Bob Scobey His Opposite Number in >U.S. 3
Fordyce, Keith A Great Week for Singles! Reviewed by Keith Fordyce
"Good Luck Charm," Elvis Presley
"Last Night Was Made for Love," Billy Fury
"I'm Looking Out the Window," Cliff Richard
"Quando Quando Quando," Pat Boone
"I Don't Know Why," Eden Kane
"Jezebel," Marty Wilde
"Whistlin' for the Moon," Pet Clark
"The Green Leaves of Summer" and "I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby," Kenny Ball
"There Was a Time," Tony Victor
"Down the Lane," Max Bygraves
"The Day after Tomorrow," Vera Lynn
"Run Romance Run" and "Don't Leave Me," Bruce Channel
Evans, Allen LPs Reviewed
Thank Your Lucky Stars [Decca Ace of Clubs]
Mrs. Mills Plays the Roaring 20's [Parlophone]
Clinton Ford [Oriole]
Trad Scene [Decca Ace of Clubs]
Deuces Wild: Frankie Laine [Philips]
Round Midnight: Dakota Station [Capitol]
Runaround Sue: Dion [HMV]
Teddy Randazzo: Journey to Love [HMV]
Odetta at the Carnegie Hall [Fontana]
Let's Get Together with Hayley Mills [Decca]
West Side Story Music (Stan Kenton)[Capitol]
West Side Story Music (Ferrante and Teicher)[HMV]
The Passionate Valentino Tangos [Reprise]
Curran Fireworks [Starlite]
n.a. Parade of the Modernists [Bonnie Scott, Tony Kinsley, Bill Le Sage, Liza Ashwood, Tubby Hayes] 4
NME NME Top 30
1. Shadows, "Wonderful Land" [Columbia]
2. B. Bumble, "Nut Rocker" [Top Rank]
3. Bruce Channel, "Hey! Baby" [Mercury]
4. Brenda Lee, "Speak to Me Pretty" [Brunswick]
5. Jimmy Justice, "When My Little Girl Is Smiling" [Pye]
NME Best Selling Pop Records in >U.S.
1. Shirelles, "Soldier Boy"
2. Dee Dee Sharp, "Mashed Potato Time"
3. Shelley Fabares, "Johnny Angel"
4. Acker Bilk, "Stranger On The Shore"
5. Elvis Presley, "Good Luck Charm"
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in >Britain
1. "Wonderful World of the Young" [Leeds]
2. "Can't Help Falling in Love" [Manor]
3. "Wonderful Land" [F.D. & H.]
4. "When My Little Girl Is Smiling" [Aldon]
5. "Stranger On The Shore" [Sherwin]
n.a. Bilk's 'Stranger' Wins Gold Disc
Helen Shapiro: June Week in Brighton
Checker, Shannon, Vee, Dion Coming [Chubby Checker, Del Shannon, Bobby Vee]
Ruby's Double Act! [Ruby Murray]
Danny Williams for 'Easy Beat'
First of Philips' U.S. Captures
BBC Seeks Best From Montreux
Bruce Channel's Unusual Support
n.a. Bassey, Riddle and Hi-Lo's on BBC-TV [Shirley Bassey, Nelson Riddle]
Juke Box That Shows Singers
Seven Gold Discs for Kenny's 'Moscow'![Kenny Ball]
n.a. Sinatra Concert on ITV Network! [Frank Sinatra]
Connie's Film Talk Here [Connie Francis]
Lightfoot on Palladium TV with Frankie Vaughan [Terry Lightfoot]
Eartha Kitt in BBC Play—Asks Her British Pianist to U.S.
Cliff, Shadows Athens Date [Cliff Richard and the Shadows]
Jerry Lee Lewis Ballroom Dates
Winnie in 'Stars' [Winifred Atwell]
Duo's Tour Ends [Nina and Frederik]
Cogan Off to Japan Club [Alma Cogan]
Judy to Wax Before Invited Audience [Judy Garland]
Johnson, Derek The Real Reason Jet Harris Left The Shadows (an NME Exclusive) 8
n.a. (And the New Shadow Introduces Himself) I'm Thrilled—says Brian Locking 8
Hellicar, Mike Norman Vaughan's First Big Break—Cliff's Tour! [Cliff Richard] 9
Charlton, Bruce Newcomers to the Charts—The Vernons Girls and Shelley Fabares 9
Williams, Chris Jerry Lee Generates Excitement [Jerry Lee Lewis] 9
n.a. Hentoff's U.S. Flashes Darin as Nazi [Bobby Darin's Part in Film, Pressure Point] 9
Hellicar, Mike Sinatra Joins the Twisters [Frank Sinatra] 10
Charlton, Bruce Why Did DJs Ignore B. Bumble? 10
n.a. Classified Ads 11
n.a. AFN Highlights 547, 344, 271 Metres
Radio Luxembourg Full Programmes 208 Metres
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
E.M.B. Rip-Roaring Donegan! [Lonnie Donegan] 12
Lori Parks, February 2005
11 May 1962 No. 800  
n.a. Eden Kane "I Don't Know Why" [Decca]  
Hellicar, Mike Jovial Jimmy Savile Proves it Pays to be Crazy! 2
Georgia Winters Foresees Big Future for Bobby Rydell
Don and Phil Everly Have Just Released New Single—"That's Old Fashioned"
Elvis [Presley] Still in Hawaii Shooting "Girls! Girls! Girls!" for Paramount
Duane Eddy Finished "The Wild Westerner" for Columbia Pictures
Elvis [Presley] Gets a New Mobile Home for Future Travelling
Del Shannon Buys a New Home in Detroit
n.a. Concert Announcements:
Chico Arnez, Earl Watson, plus the dynamic Blue Flames
"Rockerscope '62" Starring Jerry Lee Lewis
Hellicar, Mike At Last! Revealed for the First Time—The Closely Guarded Elvis Presley Recording Secrets 3
Evans, Allen LPs
Broadway's Best [CBS]
Sincerely, Brenda Lee [Brunswick]
If You Go: Peggy Lee [Capitol]
The Blues [Columbia]
Eydie Gorme: I Feel So Spanish [HMV]
Fabulous Flamenco, Les Macarencos [Columbia]
Guitar Spectacular, Don Alessi [Salvo]
Fordyce, Keith Singles Reviewed
"Deep in the Heart of Texas," Duane Eddy
"The Hermit of Misty Mountain," Don Charles
"Primera," Russ Conway
"Besame Mucho," Jet Harris
"The Lady Wants to Twist," Steve Lawrence
"Is this Gonna Be a Wedding," and "Who's this Geezer Hitler," Billy Cotton
"I Was Born to Cry," Dion
"A Big Big Baby," Doug Sheldon
"Stay by Me," Brad Newman
"Unsquare Dance," Dave Brubeck
"Soldier Boy," Shirelles
"How Can I Meet Her," Everly Brothers
"Soul Twist," King Curtis
Evans, Allen LPs
It's Trad Dad [Columbia]
Your Favourite TV and Radio Themes [HMV]
Honey Hit Parade [Pye Golden Guinea]
The Best of Julie London [Liberty]
NME Top 30
1. B. Bumble "Nut Rocker" [Top Rank]
2. Shadows "Wonderful Land" [Columbia]
3. Elvis Presley "Good Luck Charm" [RCA]
4. Del Shannon "Hey Little Girl" [London]
5. Brenda Lee "Speak to Me Pretty" [Brunswick]
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. Shirelles "Soldier Boy"
2. Dee Dee Sharp "Mashed Potato Time"
3. Acker Bilk "Stranger on the Shore"
4. Shelley Fabares "Johnny Angel"
5. Elvis Presley "Good Luck Charm"
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "Wonderful World of the Young" [Leeds]
2. "Can't Help Falling in Love" [Manor]
3. "When My Little Girl Is Smiling" [Aldon]
4. "Wonderful Land" [F. D. & H.]
5. "Theme from Z Cars" [Essex]
n.a. Sammy Davis Talk of Town Star Next Summer
Twist-Trad-Rock at All-Star Gala
Mark Wynter's Summer Season
Roy Orbison Here in June
John Leyton in 'All That Jazz'
Vaughan Steps in for Bassey [Frankie Vaughan, Shirley Bassey]
Jimmy Justice on 'Lucky Stars'
No New Top Rank Discs!
Roy Castle Quick Return to StatesDisc-miming out on BBC-TV
Bruce Channel—4 Week Tour
Fury, Wilde, Denver in Radio 'Seaside' Show [Billy Fury, Marty Wilde, The Karl Denver Trio]
Recording Engineer Turns to Singing! [Glyn Johns]
Johnson, Derek Bart Succeeds Where Hitler Failed! [Lionel Bart] 6
n.a. Names in the News
Norman Vaughan [Stays in Variety at Brighton Hippodrome]
Billy Cotton [Set for Week in Variety at Bradford Alhambra]
Claude Foster [to Marry Nurse Tara Mahadeo on May 12]
Ray Ellington [Opened at May Fair Hotel]
David Whitfield [Injured on Monday Night]
Joe Loss [Won Winter Contest Among Decca Bandleaders]Ruby Murray [Featured on ABC's "Saturday Band Box" on May 19]Bert Weedon [Ends Two-Year Run on "Easy Beat" on May 27]
n.a. Louis Gives Kenny Ball His Gold Disc and Kenny Presents Seven More! [Louis Armstrong]
Ball's Liverpool LP Released Soon [Kenny Ball]Feelgood First of New Batch [Dr. Feelgood and the Interns]
'Music Man' Film Here in July
n.a. Elvis Names for Pop Music 'Oscar' [Elvis Presley]
Connie Tops Elvis in Juke Box Poll [Connie Francis, Elvis Presley]
Adam Faith 'Aladdin' At Bournemouth
Danny Williams Joins Provine on Palladium [Dorothy Provine]
Cliff's Co-Star Picked—But It's Hush-Hush! [Cliff Richard]
Acker Bilk's TV Series—Date Set
Minstrels to Radio [The George Mitchell Minstrels]
Avalon Debut? [Frankie Avalon]
Anne Shelton Booked
BBC-TV to Film Karl Denver Disc Session
Bromley, Tony Latest Chart Newcomer is Another Actor Turned Singer [Mike Sarne] 8
n.a. Judy's All-Star Album Audience [Judy Garland] 8
Charlton, Bruce Platters Back, With Two New Faces [The Platters] 8
Advertisement NME 10th Anniversary Souvenir Book Now on Sale 8
Chris Hutchins On the 'Mix Me A Person' Film Set, Discovers Adam Faith Sentenced to Death! 9
Smith, Alan New Shadow Makes London Debut [Brian Locking] 9
Johnson, Derek A Big Career Step-up for Billy Cotton, Jnr. 9
n.a. Trad EPs
Papa, Bue's Viking Band [Parlophone]
Terry Lightfoot's Jazzmen [Columbia]
Four Hits and a Mister Acker Bilk [Columbia]
Johnson, Derek Helen and Matt Ready for Toughest Test [Helen Shapiro, Matt Monro] 10
n.a. Who's Where [Show Schedule for Week of May 14, 1 962] 10
Evans, Allen EPs
Cliff Richard: Hits From "The Young Ones" [Columbia]
Brook Brothers [Pye]
Adam Faith [Parlophone]
Everly Brothers [Warner Bros.]
Twist with Victor Silvester [Columbia]
Sidney Bechet Quartet [Ember]
n.a. Advertisements 11
n.a. AFN Highlights 547, 344, 271 Metres
Radio Luxembourg Full Programmes 208 Metres
Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
  Lori Parks, March 2005  
18 May 1962 No. 801  
Hutchins, Chris Acker Bilk 'Sentenced' To Be Film Star! 2
Bromley, Tony Welcome to Lisa Kirk 2
Evans, Allen EP's
Shirley Bassey, Shirley—Vol. 3
Robb Storme, Robb Storme
Michael Holliday, Happy (Michael) Holliday
Wanda Jackson, Wanda Jackson
Bing Crosby, Join Bing and Sing Along
Sophie Tucker, Sophie Tucker
Russ Conway: Party Time
Miki and Griff Hit Parade
George Chakiris Sings
Johnson, Derek Interviews the 'Summer Holiday' Star at Rehearsals [Cliff Richard] 3
Gray, Andy Scobey Band Makes Hit [Bob Scobey Frisco Band] 3
Evans, Allen LP Reviews:
Big Bill Broonzy: Last Session (HMV)
Ray Conniff: [The] Continental (CBS)
Johnny Tillotson's Best (London)
Vienna, City of My Dreams [Harry Secombe] (Phillips)
Bourbon Street [Pete Fountain, Al Hirt, Bob Crosby] (Coral)
The Hits of Louis and Keely [Primo, Smith] (Capitol)
Semprini Serenade (HMV)
Italian Guitars/Spanish Guitars (Al Calota)
Africa/Brass (HMV)
Gerry Mulligan Presents a Concert in Jazz (HMV)
Lover's Portfolio (Capitol)
Teen Dance and Sing Along Party (Decca Ace of Clubs)
Fordyce, Keith Singles Reviews:
Bassey and Bart Mix Well Again [Shirley Bassey, "Far Away", composed by Lionel Bart]
Jimmy Justice - Teen Appeal [Song—"Ain't That Funny"]
Jo Stafford: "Symphony/If My Heart Had a Window"
Penny Nichols: "What'd I Do/Shall I Take My Heart and Go"
Mark Wynter: "I Love Her Still/Angel Talk"
Joey Cooper: "I'm No Fool/This Heart of Mine"
Dinah Washington: "Dream/Such A Night"
Don Neilson: "Forgotten Dreams/These Things Remain"
Brook Bros: "It's Trad, Dad/Just Another Fool"
Lyn Cornell: "Sold My Heart to the Junk Man/Step Up and Rescue Me"
Rog Whittaker: "Steel Men/After the Laughter"
Jack Hammer: "Crazy Twist/Twist Talk"
n.a. EMI New Pops [Advertising]
1. "I'll Remember April," Frank Sinatra
2. "Far Away," Shirley Bassey
3. "Supercar," Charles Blackwell and His Orchestra
4. "Tell Me," Dick and Deedee
5. "(I Was) Born To Cry," Dion
NME Top Thirty:
1. "Good Luck Charm," Elvis Presley
2. "I'm Looking Out the Window," Cliff Richard
3. "Nut Rocker," B. Bumble
4. "Love Letters," Ketty Lester
5. "Wonderful Land," Shadows
NME Best Pop in U.S. [Billboard]:
1. "Solider Boy," Shirelles
2. "Stranger on the Shore," Acker Bilk
3. "Mashed Potato Time," Dee Dee Sharp
NME Best Sheet Music:
1. "Wonderful World of the Young" (Leeds)
2. "Nut Rocker" (Ardmore & Beechwood)
3. "Wonderful Land" (Dee Dee Sharp)
4. "When My Little Girl is Smiling" (Aldon)
5. "Theme from Z Cars" (Essex)
n.a. All-Star Autographs, twist, rock, trad! [May 19th, All-Star Gala, Battersea Park Pleasure Gardens]
Barber Round Europe [Chris Barber]
Adam Faith - Summer Tour
ITV Song Contest in October [Dates TBA, Last Year's Winner: Mike Preston with "Marry Me"]
Everlys October Return Project
Radio Tribute to Lionel Bart
Roy Castle and De Castro Sisters on Palladium TV
Cliff, Shadows: Record Bosses! - Plans to Start Their Own Disc Producing Company
n.a. Craig Douglas TV actor! 6-7
n.a. U.S. Topper Bilk Makes Third 'Stranger' Disc
Norman Vaughan, Kings in Sinatra Show
Las Vegas Offer for Temperance Seven
Billy Fury Back for 'Pops Parade'
Popular TV Stars Recording Rivals [Elsie Tanner, Alec Gordon, etc.]
Hellicar, Mike The Actor-Singer's Problems by John Leyton 8
Smith, Alan Now It's Singing 'Doctor Kildare' [Richard Chamberlain] 8
n/a Nat Hentoff's American Airmail: Roy's Debt to Britain [Roy Orbison] 8
Hellicar, Mike Now I Know Why Eden Waxed This One [Eden Kane] 9
Smith, Alan Win Gets in Trim for Hit! [Winifred Atwell] 9
Ruddy, Jonah NMExclusive: Presley Talks about Fury 10
Hellicar, Mike You See Stars Perform on This Juke Box [invention of the "Cinebox"] 10
Bromley, Tony Patti Lynn Made Disc 16 Years Ago 10
n.a. Agents Directory/Classifieds 11
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces [Adam Faith, Barbara McNair, etc.] 12
Gray, Andy Helen Turns Disaster to Success [Helen Shapiro] 12
  Krystle Quinn, February 2005  
25 May 1962 No. 802
Hellicar, Mike Jet and Duane Have Similar Assets [Jet Harris, Duane Eddy] 2
n/a Dorothy Provine Wants to Learn the Twist Here! [UK>] 2
n/a From You to Us [Reader's Letters to NME] 2
n/a Como Producer for Britain? [Nick Vanoff, Perry Como's Producer in US] 2
n/a Delaney LP Taped at the Palladium [Erie Delaney] 2
n/a Summer TV Variety [BBC Variety Music Series] 2
Johnson, Derek Frank Sinatra Is Always Welcome 3
n/a Ray Charles Thrilled Cliff [Richard/Shadows see Charles' Show in Paris] 3
Fordyce, Keith New Singles Reviews:
"Hot Versions of 'Cool' Songs from Billy and Bobby" [Film "Play It Cool" Songs, sung by Billy Fury and Bobby Vee]
Jackie Lee and the Raindrops: "There Goes the Lucky One" / "I Built My World Around a Dream" (Oriole)
Brett Ansell: "Rosalita" / "The Outsider" (Oriole)
Karl Denver: "A Little Love, A Little Kiss /Lonely Sailor" (Decca)
Carmita: "Far Away" / "Lazy Lover" (Fontana)
Matt Monro: "When Love Comes Along" / "Tahiti" (Parlophone)
Michael London: "Stranger on the Shore" / "Miracles Sometimes Happen" (HMV)
The Drifters: *also* "Stranger on the Shore" / "What to Do" (London)
Erroll Garner: "You Do Something to Me" / "Some of these Days" (Phillips)
Joey Dee and Starliters: "Shout" (Columbia)
Lyon/Holmes: "Lolita Ya Ya" (Sue Lyon, Leroy Holmes)
Jimmy Crawford: "I Shoulda Listened to Mama" / "A Boy Without a Girl" (Columbia)
Anita Lindblom: "Uptown/Mr. Big Wheel" (Fontana)
Evans, Allen Latest LPs
Duane Eddy, A Million Dollars' Worth of Twang—Vol. 2 (London)
Lena Horne, Lena at the Sands (RCA)
Slightly Fabulous Limeliters (RCA)
Burl Ives, Burl Ives: Songs of the West (Brunswick)
Dave Brubeck Countdown (CBS)
Erroll Garner, Erroll Garner: Close Up on Swing (Philips)
Ted Heath, Ted Heath at London Palladium (Decca Ace of Clubs)
Roger Williams, Roger Williams: Maria (London)
Patsy Cline, Patsy Cline Showcase (Brunswick)
n/a EMI New Pops [Advertising]:
Matt Monro: "When Love Comes Along" (Parlophone)
Steve Arlen: "They Took John Away" (HMV)
The Blue-Belles: "I Sold My Heart to the Junkman" (HMV)
Any Cavell: "Hey There, Cruel Heart" (HMV)
Jimmy Crawford: "I Shoulda Listened to Mama" (Columbia)
n/a NME Top Thirty:
1. Elvis Presley: "Good Luck Charm" (RCA)
2. Cliff Richard: "I'm Looking Out the Window" (Columbia)
3. B. Bumbie: "Nut Rocker" (Top Rank)
4. Ketty Lester: "Love Letters" (London)
5. Adam Faith: "As You Like It" (Parlophone)
n/a NME Top US Records [Billboard]:
1. Acker Bilk: "Stranger on the Shore"
2. Shirelles: "Soldier Boy"
3. Dee Dee Sharp: "Mashed Potato Time"
4. Ray Charles: "I Can't Stop Loving You"
5. Walter Brennan: "Old Rivers"
n/a NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain:
1. "Nut Rocker" (Ardmore & Beechwood)
2. "Wonderful World of the Young" (Leeds)
3. "Good Luck Charm" (Belinda)
4. "Wonderful Land" (F., D., & H.)
5. "Can't Help Falling in Love" (Manor)
n/a Bilk Tops U.S. Chart [Acker Bilk]
Duo Wrote Songs for First Disc [Tommy and Jay Scott]
Barber, Brubeck—U.S. Co-stars [Chris Barber Band and Dave Brubeck Quartet]
Jet Harris With Delfont
Sinatra's 1963 Stay Here Will Be Longer [London charity concerts]
Big Record Coverage of Newley's 'World' in States [Anthony Newley]
Williams and Monro to Meet Dan Farson [Temperance Seven]
Whit Sunday Concerts [Shadows, Helen Shapiro, Adam Faith]
More British Discs for U.S. Market [Kapp Records]
Two More Vee LPs [Bobby Vee]
BBC-TV Whitsun Attraction: Garland, Sinatra, Martin Show [Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin]
Everly Bros. Demobbed
n/a If Book is Right—Cliff, Shadows in Modern Panto at Palladium [Cliff Richard, Shadows Christmas Pantomime]
Riddle May Wax With Stars Here [Nelson Riddle]
Bruce Channel on 'Saturday Club'
John Leyton's Film Will Be Big War Drama
Helen Shapiro Autumn Dates Almost Complete
Kenny Ball in 5 'Easy Beats'
Girl Works for Cliff [Edna Bowers, new coordinator for Shadows Music, Joanaline, and Anita Music]
Presley Film EP [Presley's film, "Follow That Dream"]
New Adam Faith Series on 208
Varied Dates for Temperance 7
Hellicar, Mike Nice Things Have Been Happening to Helen [Helen Shapiro] 8
Wedge, Don This 'Sunshine' is Success as Satire ["Little Mary Sunshine" Musical] 8
n/a Pat Boone Fans?—asks Elvis 8
Wedge, Don Spirit Sold It [Kenny Ball, U.S. success] 8
Charlton, Bruce Two British Stars Recall U.S. Thrills: Star Party for Fury and Ball for Kenny! [Billy Fury, Kenny Ball] 8
Williams, Chris Question Time with Jerry Lee Lewis [Interview] 9
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail [U.S. Music News] 9
Johnson, Derek Piano-ace Garner Can't Read Music! [Erroll Garner] 9
Smith, Alan Can the Minstrels Run for 15 Years at Victoria Palace? 9
Johnson, Derek I'm a □—Admits Mike Sarne! ["a terrible square"—per article] 10
Hutchins, Chris 'Ginny Come Lately' May Bring Young Brian Hyland to Britain> Soon 10
n/a Agents Directory 11
n/a Classifieds 11
n/a AFN Radio Highlights 11
n/a Radio Luxembourg Programmes 11
The Alley Cat" Tail-Pieces: Million Speed Record? [Artist News] 12
  Krystle Quinn, February 2005  
  Original May 1962 contents by Phil Jennings March 1999  
  grtedit 19-Dec-2015