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Roger's Eclectic Journey from 1964-88

Roger Bowie

It's 1964 and Muddy Waters is a folk singer. Or it's 1968 and we meet a man of wealth and taste. The Flock appear in 1970 for $5 or 5 hours work, in those days when LPs were really expensive, and in 1976 Graham Parker and The Rumour gave us the Heat Treatment. And so it goes, a song for every year up until 1988 when Talking Heads called it a day. And it's all vinyl, from Roger's collection of handbags and gladrags and oddities and greats. REM, Chicago Transit Authority, the Strawbs and Tom Waits all find themselves strange bedfellows on one eclectic playlist, so sit back for a couple of hours and enjoy. And remember Blair Peach.

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Written By: Roger Bowie Roger Bowie has been collecting music since 1964, starting with 45 rpm singles, and then building an LP and CD collection from 1970. 1.8 per week since then. Not a vast collection, but eclectic and occasionally obscure. Roger is a big Americana fan, and regularly attends AmericanaFest in Nashville, held every September. Also, he once played golf with Alice Cooper...