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  • Jim Rodford on Express FM
    on his Soft Rock Show 22 February 2010 Jim Rodford Geoff Dorsett Kast Off Kinks website Shockwave Flash player required Available free here Dave Clarke on Express FM Mick Avory on Express FM Ian Gibbons on Express FM Bob Henrit

    Original URL path: http://kastoffkinks.co.uk/JRExpressFM.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Bob Henrit on Express FM
    on his Soft Rock Show 31 January 2011 Bob Henrit Geoff Dorsett Kast Off Kinks website Shockwave Flash player required Available free here Mick Avory on Express FM Jim Rodford on Express FM Dave Clarke on Express FM Ian Gibbons

    Original URL path: http://kastoffkinks.co.uk/RHexpressFM.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Mick Avory on Express FM
    11 January 2010 and again on 15 December 2011 Mick Avory Geoff Dorsett Kast Off Kinks website Shockwave Flash player required Available free here 15 12 2011 Dave Clarke on Express FM Jim Rodford on Express FM Ian Gibbons on

    Original URL path: http://kastoffkinks.co.uk/MAExpressFM.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Ian Gibbons on Express FM
    on his Soft Rock Show 15 November 2010 Ian Gibbons Geoff Dorsett Kast Off Kinks website Shockwave Flash player required Available free here Mick Avory on Express FM Jim Rodford on Express FM Dave Clarke on Express FM Bob Henrit

    Original URL path: http://kastoffkinks.co.uk/IGExpressFM.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • John Dalton on Express FM
    on his Soft Rock Show 22 March 2011 John Nobby Dalton Geoff Dorsett Kast Off Kinks website Shockwave Flash player required Available free here Dave Clarke on Express FM Mick Avory on Express FM Ian Gibbons on Express FM Bob

    Original URL path: http://kastoffkinks.co.uk/JDExpressFM.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Lost and Found
    so at the time it made me wonder Nothing to do with the song the novel plot involves a lost manuscript a father and daughter thing a loss of trust and something bad an impossible decision to be made that happened in WW2 in occupied France is all I can glean just that resonance of lost and found Lost and found I have long thought is one of the more interesting and profound of dualities Life and death is so binary there s no coming back and I ve never really got the love and hate thing more love and indifference The condition of being lost of losing something is so bereft but contains within itself the glorious idea of being found Much like sadness and gladness Pretentious moi DQ Olga Ruocco actress and Kinks mega fan writes This video was certainly lost to me until a friend found it and sent me a copy on DVD I couldn t believe my eyes It ticked all my boxes with regard to Kinks videos amazing story Ray being silly and a good tune The song was already a favourite of mine I like steel drums even pretend ones and saxophones and to have them together in one song is an acoustic heaven But to discover Ray s interpretation of the song was another revelation as I am interested in 18 th century history and costume and love the genre of those jerky early black and white movies I was 14 when as an end of term treat my school year was shown the 1957 film version of Dickens A Tale of Two Cities Despite the sound being out of sync with the action and making the whole thing a bit surreal I developed an instant crush on the star Dirk Bogarde and a penchant for 18 th century costume The laconic Sydney Carton was wholly drool able over oh so romantic and became my favourite fictional character I cut my fan letter writing teeth on poor Mr Bogarde I doubt if he ever read any of those missives but I do have a signed photo dedicated to me and a couple of typed letters Reading the Scarlet Pimpernel stories followed of course and all of these teenage memories come flooding back whenever I see this video Our unnamed aristocratic hero more of a frenetic Percy Blakeney than a laconic Sydney Carton prances about his wintry garden getting his very tight tights in a twist over his lost love What happened to this be curled lady Did she die of a long wasting disease or pack up her portmaneau and flounce off to Philadelphia Did she actually exist at all or did he just find a miniature of this woman somewhere and fall in love with an image rather than an actual person The strange thing in this video is that as the story unfolds I get the suspicion that Ray has set the whole thing up and that the band is in on the secret He knew about the love stricken 18 th century aristocrat previously having seen the rushes of the film and planned to reunite him with the woman of his dreams Stories played out in two or more time frames fascinate me The Time Traveller s Wife is an example and also most of Peter Ackroyd s novels and I am convinced that present day events can influence the past as well as the past influencing the future Time is a strange concept The smiles from the band as our young lady enters the film world are almost knowing and they and the conductor approve wholeheartedly of the romantic union in the unreal world of the black and white film I can take any amount of Ray s overacting He must have had great fun prancing about in histrionic fashion deliberating whether to blow his brains out or not and then foppishly flopping onto the table why on earth is there a wooden table with a gun on it in the middle of a garden Ooh and those close ups what can a girl say No wonder our heroine turning from her novel was captured by the wistful longing look and the loneliness of the long distant aristocrat These days if the mood takes him you can catch Ray overacting in After the Fall If eyes like that were looking at me from a cinemas screen I d be walking up to them and barging into the unreal reality too Things turn full circle even after many years Ray told me that he had dinner with Dirk Bogarde as he had a book out at the same time as X Ray Penguin Books published both and set up a celebratory meal I ll have to find out more because I was so caught up in the surprise that two big influences in my life had met that I forgot to ask sensible questions I was lost And found OR The female lead was played by Francine Brody actress book editor and cellist KOK Was it planned that your character would be a cellist or was the story written around the fact that you played cello when you got the part FB I think it was all just about planned except that they were originally looking for a violinist but when I went to the audition they changed their mind It was quite funny Ray loved my shoes and dress that I wore to the audition so much that he asked me to wear them in the video KOK I don t suppose there are many actresses who play the cello FB Actually there are a few actresses who are cellists but I was very upset when the part of Jackie Jacqueline du Pre in Hilary and Jackie went to one who wasn t I didn t actually see it but I heard it was very good and luckily I think Emily Watson is a great actress KOK Do

    Original URL path: http://kastoffkinks.co.uk/Lostandfound/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Olga's Wedding
    free here In July 2010 Olga Ruocco married Mike McClinton at Ye Old Plough House Bulphan Essex Among the guests and providing the entertainment were all The Kast Off Kinks and The Fingers Photographs courtesy of Brigitte Steve Jeffs Bruce

    Original URL path: http://kastoffkinks.co.uk/wedding.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Veritas
    Fitzgerald who was the original bass player of The Elmores featured in the book Nobby and Val Dalton made the trip up and so did Debi Doss and her partner Malcolm Adrianne Roy who produced the book gave a short speech which was followed by another from Dave Quaife Together with two young actors from my drama group I gave a dramatised reading of an incident in the book Three tracks which Pete had written and recorded in Canada with Steve Ollerenshaw were played throughout the afternoon Video by Simon van den Bergh courtesy of the Dutch Kinks Preservation Society of Pete joining in with the Kast Off Kinks during the Dutch Fanclub Konvention in 2004 was shown on the big screen and then a Kinks sing song was led by Geoff Lewis on keyboards ably assisted by Anne France Legris on guitar and Chris Griffiths on electronic drums We also had intermittent guitar help from Josh the friendly lad from the Clissold Bar We sang along to many classic Kinks songs including Days which we dedicated to Denise MacQueen and Bruce and the family Elisabeth Bilbo Pete s girlfriend was presented with a lovely framed photo of Pete from

    Original URL path: http://kastoffkinks.co.uk/veritas/ (2016-02-17)
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