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Choose from 35 pictures in our British Pop Music collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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British Pop Music - The 1960's - The Alligator Jug-Thumpers

Trio who can turn out musical notes from the strangest of instruments, musical or non-musical. They are "The Alligator Jug-Thumbers" of Timsbury Bottom, Somerset. Left to right - Cliff Brown, 40 who is a film director blows into and finger-taps a jug; Quentin Williams, 35 a teacher, makes the most of a peculiar and unnamed instrument while Barry Back, 23 a sound recordist, keeps to the more mundane guitar

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British Pop Music - The 1960's - Episode Six - London - 1968

With a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lion cub on her lap, Sheila Carter (vocals/organ) is shown with four of her companions who make up their group, 'Episode Six' - Roger David (left - vocals and bass) and then (from right to left) John Kerrison (drums); Tony Lander (vocals and lead vocal) and Graham Ross (vocals and guitar) The other male member of the band is, partially hidden on the extreme left, Ian Gillan, (who went on to be the front man for Deep Purple in 1969)

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British Pop Music - The 1970's - Thunderthighs - London - 1974

The horror continues. Tonight April Ashley opens at the Collegiate Theatre in 'Dracula', and this morning girl pop group 'Thunderthighs' were at the Gore Hotel, Queen's Gate to launch their new single record "Dracula's Daughter"The group (left to right) Karen Casey and Dari, teamed up with Baron Frankensteins Monster, alias Chris greener, who, at seven feet, nine inches tall claims to be the tallest man in Britain and four Count Dracula's who refused to reveal their true identities

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