3rd Oct 2010
| ||Two pieces of Light Music that will be familiar to older contributors: they're the theme tunes to the BBC Radio programmes 'Paul Temple' and 'Down Your Way' respectively. 'Coronation Scot', a picture in music of a steam train, is quite evocative.|
I have several very early EMI singles with these large central holes. Does anybody know why they were pressed this way? I presume from the content that they weren't dinked for use in jukeboxes! Were EMI just following the American fashion, or what?