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GAZ MAYALL SHARES HIS ROCKIN' BLUES

Jarvis Jarvis | 18:31 UK time, Sunday, 17 October 2010

This week on The Sunday Service Gaz Mayall joined me to talk about his new book, Gaz Mayall's Rockin' Blues - 30 Years. He also donned the wheels of steel to treat us to a mini mix of his favourite tunes.
 

 In other news, we talked about an article written by the journalist Taylor Parkes on the early Beatles story. You can view the sotry here

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Dear Jarvis,
    Thanks for sharing these great pictures!!!! Really enjoyed today's show and loved your talk with Gaz Mayall and too loved his brilliant "mini mix"!!!! But Jarvis...is that really you at the top pic beside Gaz Mayall?? Somehow you don't quite look yourself....can't put my finger on it...something in your eyes...maybe you're just amazed Gaz Mayall didn't have mould on his records?.... :) Only joking You ALWAYS look great Jarvis!!!!! :)

    Lots Of Love
    Eva
    XOXOXO

  • Comment number 2.

    Dear Jarvis,
    Hope you don't think I was "nasty"??... You of course look as brilliant as ever and b t w not the least bit "old" either..despite you pointing at the words on that sleeve with Orson Welles!!..Just looked a bit "surprised" somehow I thought......and about your records in that cellar....I'm just worried your records will get damaged...just don't want that to happen!!!....All those lovely records!!! :) And too am really pleased at the SIZE of these uploaded pictures!....Wish they ALWAYS were this big!!! More please!!! :)
    LOTS of LOVE
    Eva
    XOXOXOXOXOXO

  • Comment number 3.

    Dear Jarvis,
    yes do like the size of these pictures, but maybe they are a bit TOO good, esp the top one?!?...I was staring at it for so long I nearly forgot to feed my baby!!She came crying to me and I thought I had already fed her!!..... :)
    Lots Of Love
    Eva
    XOXOXO

 

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