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In 1959, along with a group of musicians collectively known as The Blue Men, studio pioneer Joe Meek recorded the innovative, strange album “I Hear A New World” at his Holland Park flat and at Lansdowne Studios.
The Blue Men were originally the West Five, a skiffle group from Ealing in London. In addition to recording as The Blue Men, they also recorded under the name of Rodd, Ken and the Cavaliers for Meek. The line up was:
Rod Freeman (group leader) –…
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