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Welcome to Terry Poole's Retro Rock n Roll London 1967-1975

Terry Poole Rock n Roll Angel

I'm delighted to share my new album for 2020 with you.
Rock n Roll Angel. 
Available on all digital platforms - links here: Listen Now

Sincere thanks to Tony Wille Song Writers Space Moseley.
Pattie Dupree-Poole the inspiration in my life and for this project.
Pete Reeves Acoustic Chaos Old Moseley Arms.
For their generous encouragement and support throughout my endeavour.

All songs written by Terry Poole except Crazy Dreams (Conway Twitty)

Tracks 1,2,3,4, Produced, recorded & mastered by Darren Hodson.
Tracks 5,6,7,8, Clive Johnson & Terry Poole - additional production & mastering Darren Hodson.

 

The late sixties and early seventies was an increadibly creative time for artists of all disciplines, Musicians Artists and Writers culminating in a cultural and political revolution which touches every ones lives today.

London, New York and San Fransico were the cultural capitals of the "sixties revolution".

**** LATEST NEWS JAN 2015 **** BAKERLOO HAS BEEN RE-RELEASED ON CD BY ESOTERIC / CHERRY RED RECORDS - REMASTERED AND WITH BONUS UNRELEASED TRACKS !

 

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Review IN PSYCHEDELIC BABY MAGAZINE

AKERLOO PASS STILL VALID
Bakerloo: Esoteric / Cherry Red Records ECLEC 2468, 71.00 mins

Nowadays one of the secondary, supplementary pleasures of music listening can be the background genealogy of those involved. The trail usually goes two ways: a forgotten or legendary one-off debut album, whereby context becomes archaeology rather than tracing current and ancestral lines; or else going on to form or augment more famous bands later known worldwide. A rare confluence of all these factors finds us in the territory of Bakerloo, a name which had as little to do with London’s public transport as their sole album’s distinctive cover image.

http://psychedelicbaby.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/bakerloo-bakerloo-1969-review.html

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I found the photograph, with Keith Bleasby and Speedy Aquay.

(left to right) Terry Poole, Paul Varley, Speedy Aquay(front), Keith Bleasby(back), Peter Illingworth.
"Paul Varley (LFR Drummer) passed away last year. He joined Arrows who had some hit records. You can find them on You Tube. He lived with June Bolan (Marcs' wife) and they had a daughter called Ilona.  He died of pneumonia in a hostel in London."

Many thanks Peter for these photos and your stories.
Terry Poole.

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