Joe Parker & Derek Gordon - Borrowed Old Stolen Stale (BOSS) album flac
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Joe Parker (10) & Derek Gordon (2) - Borrowed Old Stolen Stale (BOSS) (LP, Album).
Old New Borrowed and Blue is the fourth studio album by the British rock group Slade. It was released on 15 February 1974 and reached No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart. It has been certified Gold by BPI. The album was produced by Chas Chandler. For the album, Slade attempted to begin breaking away from their usual rock formula. For example, the singles "My Friend Stan" and "Everyday" were piano-led and did not have the typical "Slade" sound.
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A young boy scrambled onto the roof of a medical clinic and refused to come down after his parents took him to be circumcised in Indonesia. The youngster, believed to be about five years old, ran out of the clinic and scrambled up onto the roof of the building where he stayed, refusing to climb down, for two hours.
Derek Parker was Educated at Fowey Grammar School, and started his working life as a reporter on The Cornishman, a weekly newspaper in Penzance, going on to become drama critic of the daily Western Morning News in Plymouth. Having made his first radio broadcast at the age of fifteen, he left newspapers to join the staff of TWW, an independent television station in Cardiff, Wales, as announcer, newscaster, scriptwriter, presented and interviewer. From 1960 he worked as a freelance writer and broadcaster
|A||–Joe Parker||Comedy Is Like Politics - The Basic Issues Remain The Same - But The Veneer Changes With Time|
|B||–Derek Gordon||Thanks To All Those Who See Fit To Buy This Shining Example Of How Not To Survive In Our business|