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GUEST,Bruce Baillie BBC 4 folk program (340* d) RE: BBC 4 folk program 19 Feb 06


I agree with Geoff the Duck! Nowt wrong with the White Heather Club, my dear old mum used to think it wor great! I remember watching it as a bored 7 year old and thinking "What a load of old bollocks!" ...and yet, strangely commpelling? maybe it subconciously helped to lay the foundations for my career in folk music, whatever I'd still like to see it again as a piece of history (I missed the programme)I remember as a naieve teenager thinking that the best exponents of Scottish, Irish and English folkmusic were the Corries, the Dubliners and the Spinners... ...then I started going to Folk clubs! you live and learn in life and I dare say some people would still agree with the choice I've just mentioned, nothing wrong with that so don't be so bleeding po - faced and snobbish about what is good and what isn't, 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder', so they say, 'one mans meat is another mans poison' it might sound shite to me or you but if someone enjoys it who are you to complain!


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