Category: Rock

Baby Doll - Terry Gibbs - Terry (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  6. Synopsis. The action centred on a fictional small clothing workshop (the title is a reference to the textile industry), Fenner's Fashions in London. Although run by Harold Fenner (Peter Jones) and the foreman and pattern cutter Reg Turner (), the female workers are led by militant shop steward Paddy Fleming (Miriam Karlin), ever ready to strike, with the catchphrase "Everybody out!".
  7. N.E.R.D started as a side project by production partners Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo of The Neptunes. Taking cues from hometown producers like Timbaland, Missy Elliot and Teddy Riley, In Search of finds Williams and Hugo developing a new style and sound different from their previous production work. The result is a solid mix of well-produced tracks favoring live drums over programmed.
  8. Gibbs, Terry - Terry Gibbs: Seven Come Eleven, Lonely Drums, Dickie's Dream, Imagination, King City Stomp, Pretty Face, The Continental (Vinyl MONO LP record) - EX8/VG7 - LP .
  9. Kenyon Hopkins at his finest – informed by jazz, but scored with a bit more seriousness overall – in that late 50s style that oozes social consciousness from the very first note! The score's a lot more put together, and somewhat more restrained than the film – almost a jazz score in itself, but with fuller orchestrations overall, conducted by Ray Heindorf. Smiley Lewis plays Brand: Columbia (Label).