AOP demonstrate just why they were Denmark’s ‘Top TV Themes’ band in 2004 and 2007, with a memorable rendition (edit) of Hal David and Burt Benchmark’s theme from the Woody Allen movie, ‘What’s New Pussycat?’ This version was recorded live at the Twelve Bar club in Denmark Street, WC1 back on March 7th 2012.
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Donkey Polo is one of the fastest rising sports in the world. From the expansive hills of Venezuela where it found its birth roots, to the dark alleyways and bedsits of Harlesden in North London where its popularity grew in tiny gambling dens filled with enthusiastic followers, then world is now alight with a hunger for Donkey Polo. Witness here in the very capable hands of DP commentator Norbert J Hetherington excerpts from the recent World Championship finals, with Argentina taking on an International team determined to wrestle the world Donkey Polo crown from their grasp.
Parsley’s 50th, fittingly on 1st April 2012 at the Fiddlers Elbow, was the occasion for the reuniting of one of Manchester’s greatest bands of the 80s, The Herbs. Sounding as fearless and fresh as they did on their first appearance at some bar in Manchester, the four crustaceans played their hits including this story of an extended bout of psychosis and self-doubt at Manchester University from the Bard of Borehamwood, Mr Parsley.
Peter Ridsdale, former erstwhile Managing Director of Leeds United FC, took on the right and might of history and, sadly, lost, both in terms of money and reputation. But he gave it a good old go, and life is prettier for characters like him. Don’t you agree?