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Taylor, C.P. The Ballachulish beat: A play with songs


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Rapp & Carroll, London, 1967. First Edition. 122 pp. A record company manager uses a computer to find the next rock stars. The characters include the manager of the band, a militant communist party memter. The autor's first play MR, DAVID, won second prize in the World Jewish Congress Playwriting Competition. A prolific author for his short life, which ended in 1981. Many of his works are musicals, and many were performed on television

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