Sex, Drugs And Woolly Semmits [Radio Scotland]

Jack McLaughlin finds out how swinging Scotland was in the 1960s.

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0120091228

Jack talks to Graham Knight, who joined Dean Ford and The Gaylords in 1964, a popular group that gained international recognition after they changed their name to Marmalade.

Jack talks to Graham Knight, who in 1964 joined Dean Ford and The Gaylords.

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Jack McLaughlin finds out how swinging Scotland was in the 1960s.

Jack talks to Graham Knight, who joined Dean Ford and The Gaylords in 1964, a popular group that gained international recognition after they changed their name to Marmalade.

0220091229

Jack McLaughlin finds out just how swinging Scotland was in the 1960s.

He talks to singer Maggie Bell, who was one of the Kinning Park Ramblers and in 1969 formed Stone the Crows.

Jack McLaughlin talks to singer Maggie Bell, who was one of the Kinning Park Ramblers.

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Jack McLaughlin finds out just how swinging Scotland was in the 1960s.

He talks to singer Maggie Bell, who was one of the Kinning Park Ramblers and in 1969 formed Stone the Crows.

Jack McLaughlin talks to singer Maggie Bell, who was one of the Kinning Park Ramblers.

03 LAST20091230

Jack McLaughlin finds out how swinging Scotland was in the 1960s.

He speaks to Pete Agnew and Dan McCafferty who first played together in The Shadettes before touring as Nazareth.

Jack speaks to Pete Agnew and Dan McCafferty who first played together in The Shadettes.

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He speaks to Pete Agnew and Dan McCafferty who first played together in The Shadettes before touring as Nazareth.