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  • They are not interested in some 50+ year old playing Abba on the dansette, glasses of heavily watered orange juice, and stale cucumber sndwiches with the crust cut off incase they injure themsleves on it.

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  • Diana spun her dansette a final time, pressing her legs into the quilted satin bedspread.

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  • Tommy Ludgate is first onto the Music Fix dansette this week.

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  • The dansette, however, was recorded "live" on the room mics, not through the desk.

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  • * because* it was effectively written, recorded, and produced on Dansette level equipment - wasn't Sgt Pepper recorded on a two track - with the intention of sounding good on a dansette or tinny transistor.

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  • on saturday afternoons when radio 1 was allowed a few hours on FM with the finger and thumb hovering over the play and record buttons of the dansette

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  • He had a stroke at the age of 24
    It could have been a brilliant career
    Selling lies to the boys with the old Dansettes
    Pulling the wool, playing the fool, it's no wonder that
    He is dribbling spit tonight.


    (It could have been a brilliant career, by Belle and Sebastian)

    August 5, 2008