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United Kingdom The Radio Times 1950 - 1960 United Kingdom

If you are an enthusiast of harmonica, you know probably another enthusiast who is certainly the most dynamic man, according to me, for the progress of the harmonica in the United Kingdom. Of course he is not alone, the National Harmonica league is acting a lot...

So here is the last "Great" idea of Roger Trobridge...

Thanks to his passion, his displacements and his important network, Roger is able of sharing numerous unsuspected treasures. His problem is in most cases around rights that he wants to respect of course. They can thank it for his important efforts, the time which it crossed to give us what follows (introduced by himself - Better to clic over the picture to help Roger making statistics and knows if he has to continue to spend his time on it...My opinion is: he has to!!!)...

Here are some memories of 1950s harmonica on the BBC for those who were there or who were told about it in history lessons.

Tommy Reilly, Larry Adler, Ronald Chesney, Max Geldray, The Morton Fraser Gang and The Three Monarchs. Dixon of Dock Green, The Grove Family, The Navy Lark, Educating Archie, The Goon Show, Workers' Playtime, and Variety Bandbox.

Radio Times 1950-1960

My Little finger told me that Joe Filisko himself his preparing something on his side...but chuuuut !... Some news later (Joe was in UK last week)...
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