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GUSTAV TEMPLE AND THE BLADES - PUDDINGS AND PIES

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Uploaded on Jun 18, 2007

Song from Glasgow rivvim and blues band The Cobramatics recorded at Toe Rag Studios, London. While in the big smoke Davie picked up a 1930s recipe book "Puddings and Pies" from a charity shop. Inspired by the title, we quickly recorded and instrumental and named it after the book and decided to use the recipe titles as "the words". Neither Davie or I seemed to have the particular brand of panache we were looking for to deliver words like "Sheep's Head and Bacon" and "Spotted Dick", so I called up my chum Gustav Temple (editor "The Chap" magazine http://www.thechap.net/ ). Gustav was able to talk proper and that and managed to bring a bit touch of suaveness to the proceedings. Hence the temporary name change to "Gustav Temple and The Blades". The late, great, John Peel liked the results so much he played it on his show.

Gustav Temple: voice
Mark: Bass
Duncan: Guitar
Joe: Sax
Davie: Harmonica
Gus: Drums

NB: Hear the tune in full quality on Spotify!

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