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Colour Me Pop - The Girl Who Shares My Shirts album

Colour Me Pop - The Girl Who Shares My Shirts album

  • Performer: Colour Me Pop
  • Genre: Electronic / Soulful music / Pop
  • Title: The Girl Who Shares My Shirts
  • Released: 1983
  • Style: New Wave, Funk, Dance-pop
  • MP3 version size: 1696 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1493 mb
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Music, tv movie, short. Director: Steve Turner. Colour Me Pop was a British music TV programme broadcast on BBC2 from 1968-1969. In this episode, The Small Faces present their album Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake. Running time: 0:26:00.

Published by OHM Benelux Distribution by Backs and Cartel An American Phonograph release.

It was the successor to Colour Me Pop and the precursor of The Old Grey Whistle Test. The earliest programmes were billed as Line Up's Disco 2, the programme – like Colour Me Pop before it – originally being a spin-off of Late Night Line-Up. The series was produced by Rowan Ayers (the father of musician Kevin Ayers) and directed by Granville Jenkins. The regular presenter of the first series was Tommy Vance, who was replaced for the second series by Pete Drummond; other presenters used occasionally included Mike Harding, Richard Williams and Mike Raven

Colour Me Pop was a British music TV programme broadcast on BBC2 from 1968–1969. It was a spin-off from the BBC 2 arts magazine show Late Night Line-Up. Designed to celebrate the new introduction of colour to British television, it was directed by Steve Turner, and showcased half-hour sets by pop and rock groups of the period. The programme was a pioneering precursor to the better remembered BBC music programme The Old Grey Whistle Test (1971–87). 1969 Group Therapy 7 June 1969 Lions Of Judea 14 June 1969 Strawbs (who also invited David Bowie along to perform mime to one track Poor Jimmy Wilson, with his producer Tony Visconti 5 July 1969 Trapeze (at Laf) 12 July 1969 Copperfield 26 July 1969 Orange Bicycle 2 August 1969 The Love Affair, Philip Goodhand-Tait 9 August 1969.

Title: Colour Me Pop (1968–1969).

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Colour Me Pop was a British music TV programme broadcast on BBC2 from 1968–1969 It was a spin-off from the BBC 2 arts magazine show Late Night Line-Up Desi. a b c d "complete list of bands who did "Colour Me Pop"" Missing Episodes Retrieved 29 February 2008. "15th June 1969" The Marquee Club Retrieved 29 February 2008. Farley, Keith "You'd See His Hand Come Up Over The Piano And Take A Drink Continued" Archived from the original on 6 May 2010 Retrieved 16 February 2010.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Girl Who Shares My Shirts
Producer – Johnny Glazier
3:37
B Beat Me 'Til I'm Blue
Producer – Colour Me Pop
5:00

Credits

  • Artwork, Typography – Carruthers
  • Design [Cover Design] – Mark Giles
  • Written-By – Colour Me Pop

Notes

Published by OHM Benelux
Distribution by Backs and Cartel
An American Phonograph release.

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