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- Album: The Robbie Dale Interview
- FLAC: 1132 mb | MP3: 1341 mb
- Released: 1981
- Style: Interview
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- Interviewee – Robbie Dale
NotesInterview with pirate radio DJ Robbie Dale.
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- Rights Society: Stemra
Spartans skipper Robbie Dale gives an exclusive interview to BSAFCTV.
Interview with pirate radio DJ Robbie Dale. Rights Society: Stemra.
Interview (stylized ĭn′terview) is the eighth album by British progressive rock band Gentle Giant. The album was released in 1976. It is a concept album conceived as a radio interview. Three of the tracks integrate brief "interview" sections which were staged in the studio. The title song has lyrics derived from the type of question and answer dialogue they had encountered while talking to the music press. This album was critically and commercially less successful than their previous album Free Hand.
ROBBIE DALE INTERVIEW - 1982 Here is a great interview with the "Admiral" Robbie Dale telling the story of his broadcasting career up to and including his involvement with Sunshine Radio in 1982. ameron3w ago. Brilliant !!! Takes me back to the good old days.
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