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hambonio

Old telly pop shows

who remembers Discs a go go ?was on the ITV in the early 60s? kind of a poor mans TOTPs, presented by Kent Walton who commentated on the wrestling on a Saturday afternoon, dont remember seeing any top names of the time being on ,Beatles Stones Pickety Witch ,for example ,maybe someone on UG can proove me wrong!
discominer

Am far too young...

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0403757/
hambonio

discs a gogo

thanks for that link discomineror can Icall you disco?remember seeing a band called the Pretty Things on the show ,an ugly bunch of critters if ever saw them,think the name was maybe a bit tongue in cheek....
Jagz1876

I never thought i would see 70s pop band Pickettywitch being mentioned in the same sentence as, The Beatles and The Stones.
sputnik

well,son of my father,neither did i.
Lone Groover

Son of my father was by  Chicory tip. Not the mighty Picketywitch !

Mate of mine went out with Polly Brown (Pickettywitch singer) for quite a long time.  Shes a brill singer.
hambonio

polly brown

Lone Groover wrote:
Son of my father was by  Chicory tip. Not the mighty Picketywitch !

Mate of mine went out with Polly Brown (Pickettywitch singer) for quite a long time.  Shes a brill singer.
did she not go out with sir jimmy of saville no less guys and gals ,for a while back in the 70s ?
sputnik

aye groover,i dived in there oops.
discominer

Re: discs a gogo

hambonio wrote:
thanks for that link discomineror can Icall you disco?remember seeing a band called the Pretty Things on the show ,an ugly bunch of critters if ever saw them,think the name was maybe a bit tongue in cheek....


I liked them, and Phil May was a bit of a looker when he was younger, according to female fans at the time.


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