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Franklin Jackson Interview
Interviewer: Yvonne McCalla
With kind permission of Commonword

Carribbean Club DJ and compere Franklin Jackson talks about nights out at the Great Western in the sixties; racism in the white clubs in town; shebeens on Yarburgh and Shrewsbury Street; and the advantages of wearing a cape whilst hosting shows!
Artefact added : 15th February 2014
by Abigail
devilk2k66 Says –
DJ Franklin James you old rogue, thought you was dead, same thing u said to me last time i came to your house. You look better than me. Its Darren, used to love going to Chorley every weekend to stay with you and go see u do your stuff. Remember how pumping the Seymour Grove used to be on weekend
COMMENT ADDED 30th November 2014
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