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on 13 March 2016
Seeing I was there when E.M.I.. where recording, i am actually on this C.D. as it was my Uncle&Aunties pub (landlord and landlady at the time) during the 60's, it was an absolutely a great night. Needless to say this C.D. is absolutely superb... brilliant..
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on 26 January 2016
i grew up with the Wurzels back in the sixty's and was born close to Naisea so had no choice but to award them top marks
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on 30 November 2012
"Live at The Royal Oak, Nailsea, Zummerzet"

Worth the money if you like the real Adge Cutler music. The sound recording is clear & features lots of his well known songs.
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on 12 April 2014
In my humble opinion this is the finest collection of the great mans work! I first saw & heard this album as an LP at the ripe old age of eight in the early seventies and have been one of his greatest fans ever since.
A classic and a must for anyone who lived within 30 miles of Bristol and appreciates the talent of Adge and his original band.
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on 10 December 2009
Put quite simply, this is the greatest LP EVER MADE - EVER.

'The Chew Magna Cha-Cha', 'Virtute et Industrial' and the incomparable 'When the Common Market comes to Stanton Drew', join that happy band lucky enough to be there when this masterpiece was made in an evening of silly songs about the even sillier folk of North Somerset.

This is the REAL Wurzels, as created by Adge Cutler, not that band who have masqueraded under the name since his untimely death in 1974.
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