THINGS WHAT WE GET SENT AND THAT...
Out camping by Richard Bergman
over an hour to
get it erect.
I was glad
you stayed in my tent
thename: Maxwell Gray
details: You tickle my brainfarts.
Hi Derek. I am severely flattered to have my own fashion page on trunkrecords.com. Belated thanks to all who approved it. (Probably just you isn't it?)
Anyway, I came across these images recently in a booklet that accompanied a 7" single explaining how to use a K-Tel Multi-Exerciser (a rather good record). Who to share them with but your devoted readers? Enjoy. JW.
I dug out these images from the 1970 vision one annual I thought you may like... Odd really, I found it at my mums a day before the latest Lp arrived
I saw the attached in a January 1971 issue of NME, illustrating an article about the joys of car cassette players. I thought it might find a berth on your site somewhere.
I read somewhere on the Trunk site that you were lamenting the loss of (or perhaps searching for) the sort of music that used to get played by teachers during PE lessons at primary schools.
I thought you'd like to know that my girlfriend is a primary school teacher, and uses selections from Now We Are Ten during her PE lessons. They paricularly enjoy dancing around to Zeus, and cooling down to I Start Counting. They've even started singing it absentmindedly in class apparently.
So, don't be surprised if you're ever in deepest darkest Deptford and hear a gang of unruly kids playing Basil Kirchin through their phones on the bus...
Keep up the good work!
thename: Mr Christopher
KEEP 'EM COMING