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8 April 2017

Thanks to our friend Bas Mollenkramer for these images of the ultra rare

French release of 'Suite London'

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8 March 2013

New image sent in by Jurgen Degasperi!

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13 July 2012

Live Photos 1976-1980

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15 June 2012

 'Southern Woman'

TV clip added to Discography

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6 Sept 2007

Ladies and gentlemen,
The Peddlers

24 Sept 2007 

Roy's New CD

Dancing With Shadows

19 August 2006

Suite London

15 April 2006

'Suite London' now on cd! Order here    

7 March 2006

Tis' here enjoy

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Re: Let's get talking
Del
18 May 2017
09:46:16

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Peter Horton wrote:

> Lockshen Pudding? Not one of my favorite tracks. What on earth though is Lockshen Pudding? Any offers?

Love that track. If you do a forum search you will find the recipe Peter!

Roy
18 May 2017
14:32:21

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Peter Horton wrote:

> Lockshen Pudding? Not one of my favorite tracks. What on earth though is Lockshen Pudding? Any offers?

Here's the link to the recipe Peter get cooking.

http://thepeddlers.co.uk/default.asp?ContentID=569

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John
19 May 2017
16:51:03

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Here's the link. Enjoy!

www.thepeddlers.co.uk/default.asp?ContentID=56

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John
19 May 2017
16:59:02

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One more try! Paste the following link into your browser, light the oven, follow the recipe and enjoy!

www.thepeddlers.co.uk/default.asp?ContentID=569

Peter Horton
23 June 2017
20:38:27

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Didn't fancy Lockshen Pudding after all so I had a pork pie instead!

The other day I played Working Again first time for ages and thought wow! what a great track that is.

Anybody recently been playing The Peddlers and been wowed by any track?

j.degasperi
24 July 2017
19:01:40

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hi all, i am still there. just listened to "manah" and thought of this wonderful page where all began for me and my love to the peddlers.

if you need some rare stuff like a fine rip of live in amsterdam just send me a mail or comment here. cheers guys.

j.

Peter Horton
18 September 2017
21:05:42

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Three singles stood out as representing a great era for The Peddlers.

BIRTH - GIRLIE - TELL THE WORLD WE'RE NOT IN

Which of those three did you like best and can you tell us what was so good about it.

Come on, let's get talking again.

Del
26 September 2017
09:32:30

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Re Let's get talking

Peter Horton wrote:

> Three singles stood out as representing a great era for The Peddlers.

> BIRTH - GIRLIE - TELL THE WORLD WE'RE NOT IN

> Which of those three did you like best and can you tell us what was so good about it.

> Come on, let's get talking again.

Well "Girlie" was probably the track that got the Peddler's noticed by a wider audience. The lyrics on "Birth" are wonderful and remains a firm favourite of mine. "Tell The World We're Not In" has that fantastic wah wah sound used in conjunction with the hammond and shows off Roy's superb playing skills. Favourite of the three? All of them! :)


13 October 2017
18:03:16

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Hiya,

Wow, its great to see some conversations here. Well I'm coming into this a bit late. However, I would have to agree with Del and say all of them. 'Three for all' was my first album I heard from The Pedders. I would have to admit that it was a game changer in my musical taste.

I can only narrow it down to albums, it's got to be Suite London (amazing concept album) and Heavy on the light (Paul Johnson on drums and Tab's bass playing is brilliant) for me.

Whilst the old songs are classics, I do think Blue Groove is a wonderful album. And Roy's newer material is so strong. Master craftsman still at work :-)

Peter Horton
17 October 2017
22:09:26

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Master craftsman still at work... I have to agree. Blue Groove is a superb example of his later inspirations showing just how potent a writer he still is. Looking forward to Ooh La La and the other album of standards he has in mind. Good things to come for those who loved the Peddlers and for those just discovering them.

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