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Joined 3rd March 2011

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Frank Torr

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“These things were usually recorded when people were leaving the Elizabethan Ballroom on a Saturday or the Top Ten Club on a Sunday. I think that certain conditions had to be met before you could use them:
1. You had to be drunk, and preferably at the point of vomiting (if the smell of the booth was anything to go by)
2. You had to have absolutely no talent.
3. If you got too giddy and needed a wee, you had to do it in the booth (if the smell was anything to go by)
4. There was to be no snogging in the booth, as this was unfair to anyone who wanted to be sick or was in need of a wee.

I never thought that I would see any reference to these things again, certainly not in the context of somebody wanting to archive them. I have some in my loft that were made around 1966. I have no idea what is on them but if you let me know where to send them, I will be happy to do so.”
03 Mar 2011