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These will be some Rarer tunes (Mod, powerpop, punk, ska, - if it's got a good sound I'll post it) ripped from my vinyl collection. The idea is that now you Know about them, You can seek them out!
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Sunday, 5 September 2010

Approved men - Quite like you (1980)


b/w
1. - So sad
2. - somewhere to run

Great 3 track mod/powerpop ep

There are between 100 & 500 copies of this little rarity floating around (Colin Short sent a note to John Peel saying 500 but later said 100 so believe what you will)

The band were from the Guilford area (Shalford)
& all I can tell you is that
Colin Short (bass) seemed to do all their promotional work & another of the band was
Julian Robinson
+ my copy says it was produced by Nod Harris




This has come up for sale on e-bay a few times with the handwritten labels all looking different - Here's my favourite (which misspells Short as Shaw)

Sounds & scans below

http://www.mediafire.com/?yqmlxh1yzlu

7 comments:

  1. I like this! Was digging around for info on the record for the discography but all I could find out was that Peel played it in Feb 1980. No label obviously, but is that JR-001 on the run-out groove?

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  2. yeah, dead wax has JR001 A EG / JR001 B EG scratched in it

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    1. Hi Ross, glad to hear from you! You should be proud this is a great 45 + pretty collectable. Can you add some more info. Band members etc.

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  4. Tried to post a reply bit it seemed to get lost.

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  5. Dooley Robinson (guitar), Colon Short (bass), Charlie Rashbrooke (vocals), Herbie Williams (drums), Me (guitar) formed 79, recorded this in Worthing. 250 copies

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  6. Peel played twice. Colin wrote A side and Dooley the two B sides. Gigged around Guildford, Woking area. Had meeting with John Weller (Paul's dad) about him taking us on but didn't happen.

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