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Playing Second Fiddle
« : 16.01.07 at 15:28 »
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Some familiar names to be heard in this BBC Radio 4 feature about session musicians, available as usual for seven days via the Radio 4 Listen Again feature.
 
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« Reply #1: 17.01.07 at 06:45 »
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The Radio 4 programme Playing Second Fiddle can be found here.
 
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on 17.01.07 at 06:45, Kevin Cryan wrote:
The Radio 4 programme Playing Second Fiddle can be found here.
 
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« Reply #3: 17.01.07 at 11:39 »
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on 17.01.07 at 09:07, Secret Drinker wrote:

 
Or here

 
Or, indeed here for the RealAudio file.  (I think we've managed to break several web accessibility requirements, using 'here' as a link so often....)
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on 17.01.07 at 11:39, Simon Reap wrote:

 
Or, indeed here for the RealAudio file. (I think we've managed to break several web accessibility requirements, using 'here' as a link so often....)

 
Having listened to it, I can recommend it. Thanks for the link, Pete - very interesting listening, with some of the session men from Pete's albums interviewed (Herbie Flowers in particular). But I was disappointed there was no mention of Rover 3-litres  Smiley
 
[I must admit I find "Big George's" presentational style a bit 'ard on the old lug'oles though. I had no idea he was on R4 these days - he used to be on the local BBC "3 Counties" Radio (Beds, Herts and Bucks), but I knew he had some involvement with music, writing TV show theme tunes, etc.]
 
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