Friday, 8 April 2011

Garry Blake - Sounds Like Swingin' (1965)






















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This one is for the Cotswold Kid and for no other reason than for being a bloody nice bloke.

I've posted a few albums by Garry in the past and they've all been received well.  I don't know a thing about him though, so if anyone has any information then I'd be grateful.  This was posted previously with a different sleeve, but this is a nicer sounding copy, with a slightly different track list.

4 comments:

AlgernonBlack said...

Well many thanks, I shall play it very loud every Sunday.......

Algy,(aka The Cotswold Kid)

Baron said...

Thanks for the Blake ... Baron

I-FE said...

A complaint has been made so this file has now had to be taken down. Not anything else by Garry Blake on here though, which is strange. If you need a GB fix then look elsewhere on my blog.

Any middle-aged German Witch in Amerika, said...

Wow, now there are going through the motions, aren't they? Last week Mike from zip your rip, now you. This is getting nasty, and it is making me angry. Like they are losing any money on these old albums... They are pretending they would actually sell all the copies of these non existing (retail-)albums, if the downloads would not be available. I guess only a lawyer can have a twisted thought like that...

Luckily I was up to date with your blog (meaning I had all albums down by January), and only this one was missing.

Those who come too late, here is a tipp how I got it anyway: google album title and artist and year, do that by "advanced search" and fill in the blog's name under "search within site or domain". You will then be able to see the cache (the original post of last week with both links alive). In my experience this will last for about 10 days from now, so get it on right now!