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Topic History of: RIP Ian Mitchell 62
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Green Man JK2006 wrote:
Because after Keep On Dancing, the top ten hit, the next tracks sold nothing. I had assumed they would catch on like wildfire. But, as usual, I was 3 years ahead of the world. Three years later they had another hit and exploded!

That's very interesting to hear that. My partner loves BCR. I have friends scattered all around North America and South America who still listen to their songs.
JK2006 Because after Keep On Dancing, the top ten hit, the next tracks sold nothing. I had assumed they would catch on like wildfire. But, as usual, I was 3 years ahead of the world. Three years later they had another hit and exploded!
Green Man Why did you drop BCR ?
JK2006 He joined the Bay City Rollers long after I dropped them and then left and went into Rosetta Stone who I seem to remember producing doing Sheila. he wrote me a sweet letter some years ago.