At least this is one where you can't say I swapped the song over cos there was no song in the first place,but I know someone will probably say "I want the silence back".Lol.I really dig this song it's from 1970 can't remember who by.Perfect match to enhance ''70's mood' of the video.
Click below for a text transcript of the interviews,scroll right down thread.Thanks to pp4ever for doing this:
Random abridged quotes from pp4ever's excellent text transcription:
Ed :"Leaning over my shoulder & saying softly whispering she loves me; Babs"
Babs: "Hello". kisses
Ed: " I don't know how I am going to get through this programme I really don't".
Ed :"This is Dee Dee"
Dee Dee: "Hello"
Ed : "Kiss,please?" (or similar).
Dee Dee: kisses.
Ed : sigh.Wonderful to meet all of Pan's People....hope you are enjoying them at home too....
Andi : kisses
Ed : "Been waiting for that all day!"
Andi : "Yes" .
Ed "Been married a week....lovely....that is lovely Andi ".
Ed: "& this from Pan's People is Ruth"
Ruth: "Have I got to kiss you as well?"
Ed: "Of course you have"
Ruth: "Alright" kisses.
Ed : "Lucky Pan's People...... out in Mombassa......Miss Flick Colby"
Ed: "Did you have lovely time?"
Flick: "Yes really...... it was really hot about 97 % ......we got sunburn...."
Ed: "Hello Louise"
Louise: kisses "Hello Ed.We've all been wondering why you have got that awful black patch over your left eye?"
Ed: "Because if it was over my right eye I couldn't see you".
Louise: "Oh that's....."
Ed: " They get worse!"........
With this and a rare appearance in autumn 1976 to introduce the new dancing group, Ed Stewart must be the girls' favourite presenter. And I can see why: he is a real gentleman and I cannot imagine him being patronising or ingratiating with anybody.
In 1974 my mother sent a request to R1's Junior Choice for my 5th birthday. Ed duly read out the request on the nearest Saturday morning show, I was described as being very loud around the house, could he please play something loud. So he gave The Seekers "Morningtown Ride" a rest and played me Gilbert O'Sullivan's "Get Down".
What ever happened to the lad saying 'ello Darlin'......he-he-ha-ha-ha-ha in broad Cockney?
That is wonderful Fresh Lettuce that Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart read out a request for you on Junior Choice.I think he was Flick Colby's Choice too because he interviewed Pan's People in 1971 & introduced The New Dancers (Legs & Co.) in 1976.One of my favourite DJs.Was suave & had panache.
My hazy memories of los años 70 are as nothing to your "I was there" moments. You were lucky to be there for one of the best episodes of TOTP and saw the big names in the flesh.
By the way, what is the significance of Flight 14? Was this your first trip on an aeroplane? I hope it's not rude!
I associate with a lettuce since I was the boy that brought home fresh lettuces from a table top sale for my mother in April 1976, and she sent me back for more. I thought that it was relevant since it was related to me, and specifically to the (end of the) Pan's People era. I assure you that I do not look like this foodstuff.
I am fairly confident that Wilbur and Orville Wright's first flight number was "1".
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