‘Room for Doubt’. Song by Team 23.

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Above is the Link to ‘Room for Doubt’.  Photograph by John Coles. 

Recorded back in 1981. Recorded at U.K. Pro and The Point studios in London, UK. . Produced by John “Brad” Bradbury from The Specials. Recorded alongside the Double A sided single ‘Move into the Rhythm’ (Gray Summers) and ‘Whatever Moves You’ (Jerome Heisler).

This was a very special period in my life and enjoyed the whole experience of those musician days.  A very youthful me is here on the right hand side of this photograph. I am still in touch with two of the guys on Facebook. They are still musicians too. Glorious to think that is the case. 

Being a musician, if once was or still is, will always be a massive part of your life. It changes you as a person. It brought life to my youth. And still brings life to my years in the retirement 65 years old scenario. In reality, I still write at least one song  a year. I love writing in journal form. Or now in blog form. Yet? It is also fantastic to be able to at least own a guitar and still pick it up to write treasured, cherished and reflective experiences in tunes and lyrics.

And so the story goes……………

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