The Scots Of St. James - Gypsy / Tic Toc FLAC album
Hi wanes, dunno if ye's ll like this wee number on UK GO label from 1966,its an aquired taste
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The Scotch of St. James is a nightclub situated at Masons Yard, London. Tucked away at the bottom of an alley it served as a prominent nightclub, live music venue and historically significant meeting place for London's rock elite in the 1960s. The club opened on 14 July 1965 at the height of 1960s swinging London and replaced the Ad lib Club, which closed in November 1966, as a meeting place for the swinging London set and rock musicians
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Pressed in reverse of original as denoted by runout. AJ 11404 The Scots Of St. James Gypsy (7"). The Scots Of St. Gypsy, Tic Toc (7", Single, Promo). SN 2. 22 The Scots Of St. James Gypsy, Tic Toc (7")
The Scots have a strong sense of national identity, of their own distinct values, and traditions. This is partly due to history. Scotland’s history is a history of endless battles against the English for independence, and Scots have many national heroes who fought in these battles. The well-known Scotsman’s fierce independence and pride are rooted in a long story of struggle. Scotland is a country with an intense national tradition, with its own national dances, its own songs, its poetry, its own national food and drink, sports and manners.
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|AJ 11404||The Scots Of St. James||Gypsy / Tic Toc (7", Single, Promo)||Go||AJ 11404||UK||1966|
|AJ 11404||The Scots Of St. James||Gypsy (7", RE, TP, W/Lbl)||Go||AJ 11404||UK||1966|