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Merle Travis – Saturday Night Shuffle. Heerlijk instrumentaal nummer van de in 1917 in Rosewood, Kentucky, geboren Merle Travis. Hij was singer songwriter en heeft vele mooie composities achtergelaten waarbij de allerbekendste wel het nummer ‘Sixteen Tons’ is. Hij overleed op 65-jarige leeftijd. Het ‘Saturday Night Shuffle’ werd in 1965 door Paul Kaye op Radio London gebruikt voor het produceren van een spot ten bate van de lunchtime show van Dave Dennis, the double d’ die er elke werkdag tussen 12 en 15 uur was te beluisteren op Wonderful Radio London.

 

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