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Topic History of: West of the Wall on SOTS
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honey!oh sugar sugar. "Chop Chop" is hilarious.

JK2006 This is what I love about Sounds of the Sixties - obscure but wonderful tracks; Toni Fisher about Berlin and preceding The Big Hurt - there used to be more of these in the Brian Matthew days and also more information; I do like Tony Blackburn and can bear his inane jokes but I wish he'd increase the quantity of obscure gems - like Go Where You Wanna Go (Mamas and Papas). And less of his "I was a singer once" stories. No, you weren't Tony; even as Lenny Gamble.