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Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?

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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,BarryBeattie
Date: 04 Dec 17 - 07:47 AM

Replying to Mike Aston...hello Mike good to see you're still around, I remember the days of the Folklanders, and our club at the Robin Hood, Potters Bar, particularly the night we booked Elton Hayes.

barrybeattie@btinternet.com if you want to get in touch.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GeoffLawes
Date: 06 Jun 16 - 04:09 AM

Lots of Nadia on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=estjvdswduE


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: Nicholas Waller
Date: 05 Jun 16 - 08:04 PM

Oops, forgot to make a blue clicky for http://topic-folk-club.org.uk/


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: Nicholas Waller
Date: 05 Jun 16 - 08:01 PM

The Topic Folk Club in Bradford is 60 years old this year, 2016, operating weekly since late 1956 (apart from the odd closure, like Xmas Day). As part of recognising this feat I (as webster for the club) have been putting up a new old photograph each week.

We don't have all that many, but a few are from the early 60s, and this week's pictures are of Nadia Cattouse and Steve Benbow at the Topic in 1960 or 1961... http://topic-folk-club.org.uk/ Scroll down below this week's act (Kelly Oliver) and there you are. Eventually I'll put larger-size copies of all our photos on the site (Ramblin Jack Elliott, Alex Campbell & Joe Locker among them).

Unfortunately, we don't have a precise date for these Nadia Cattouse photos. Nadia doesn't appear in our gigs list. We have three dates for Steve Benbow appearances, without mention of Nadia, but records from that time are a bit patchy, especially a complete blank mid-1962 to mid-1964. As the photographer, Eddie Saxton, a club member, took photos of other acts whose dates we do know in late 1960 and early 1961, I think these pics are most likely either 1st October 1960 or 6th May 1961, but I could be wrong.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 18 Apr 13 - 03:53 PM

Copy for sale here


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,William
Date: 18 Apr 13 - 02:44 PM

I'd be keen to catch a copy or recording of Nadia singing Kelston Roundhill. See the Kelston Roundhill blog at kelstonroundhill.com


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Manuel
Date: 26 Feb 13 - 10:37 AM

Yes Nadia Cattouse is the cause of much pride. Regarding the poster who wanted to find out more about the BH Forestry Unit that went out in 1941, I do hope he made contact with Mr Carlton Lebrun Fairweather, as was suggested by the anonymous guest in Oct 2008, for Mr Fairweather finally passed on in April 2011, at the age of 100!


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 25 Feb 13 - 08:24 PM

Several videos of Nadia on Davy Grahams Facebook page. hope I am not stating the obvious to died in the wool fans - but its there if you don't know about it.


al


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Mike Aston
Date: 25 Feb 13 - 06:13 PM

Whatever happened to Barry Beattie, Elvina/Elvira and others associated with the Folklanders? We have a comprehensive scrapbook of the Folklanders in the 60s - lots of stuff on other British singers, Pete Seeger, Ramblin Jack Elliot, Steve Benbow etc.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Eddie1
Date: 28 Jan 13 - 11:25 AM

Admittedly the entry was 2 years ago but I have been looking through this thread again and saw this from Phil:
"I have found this a really fascinating thread. It was great to read that Paddie Bell is still around - and in regular contact with Nadia!"

Sadly Paddie died back in 2005. Lots of leads through Google.

Sorry to be bearer of sad tidings.

Eddie


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: RolyH
Date: 27 Jan 13 - 12:15 PM

This is a great thread. It continues to pop up every year for an appearance.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,t.ro
Date: 27 Jan 13 - 06:59 AM

A friend of mine had her 'Earth Mother', L.P. and ever since listening to it in the late 70.s, the memory of her singing 'Spring' has stayed with me as a favourite. Sadly the lyrics I've forgotten though the tune is remembered. Please , please , please will someone reissue this on c.d. so that we do not have to pay these exorbitant prices people are asking for their vinyl copies.
She was and is a gem, hidden in the vast sea of forgetfulness and indifference the media have towards less successful artists than others.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,starsailor
Date: 09 Apr 12 - 08:53 AM

Hi everyone, very interesting thread, as I've been fond of Nadia's music for a couple of years now, and trying to assemble everything she's recorded...I already have her 2 albums and can send high quality mp3 copies to anyone interested...I also have her "Port Mahon" single and in the near future will have some more songs that appeared on compilations. I wish I had a record label and tried to reissue her beautiful music...:-/


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 05 Apr 12 - 04:35 PM

Long Time Boy Nadia Cattouse


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Andrew Rainbow now in Ontario, Canada
Date: 05 Apr 12 - 04:03 PM

Just found this interesting web-site. Great to remember the folk song scene in the UK in the 60's and the TV appearances of Nadia Cattouse, Robin Hall and Jimmy McGregor. I wrote the song "If that is what you want" that Nadia sung on the TV series and the LP called "Songs of Grief and Glory". I still have the song book of the series and managed to get a copy of the LP on EBay after I lost my original copy.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: Leadfingers
Date: 23 Feb 12 - 05:26 AM

There are TWO Panama alimited Jugband CDs on Amazon


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,John Grenville-Barker in Germany
Date: 23 Feb 12 - 03:28 AM

I remember Nadia in Les Cousins about 1966 and a lovely song "Let we wheel and turn boy,let we wheel and turn". Also with a guy "Steve Benbow Folk Four" she is a wonderful singer and person. I played Les Cousins with a Jug Band "Panama Limited" I wonder what happened to them???


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Tim
Date: 06 Aug 11 - 06:00 PM

What a fine post from Veronica (24.06.11). I can't match the epic consequences that she describes, but I once heard Nadia Cattouse sing, in the summer of 1964 or 65. It was in the White Hart pub, Drury Lane, London, which at the time had a folk night once a week, and I went to maybe 8 or 10 gigs altogether, before moving away. I don't remember any of the other singers, but Nadia was absolutely memorable. And of course her most memorable song was "Long time boy", which I already knew from Nina and Frederik's LP, but Nadia's version was much better. For weeks and weeks the song was what the Germans call an "ear-worm", I couldn't get it out of my head.
Then a few months later I met the love of my life, we lived in Italy, we had two children, I had a career, we had three grandchildren, and I forgot all about Nadia, the beautiful singer who had come to the White Hart. Now, 46 years later, it all comes back to me and it is such a pleasure to see all these happy memories of Nadia. I wish someone would issue a CD of some of her songs, I would buy it like a shot.
To Nadia I would like to say Thank you for a memorable evening, and to her family I would like to say how lucky you are to be related to such an illustrious person, so look after the old lady, for a lot of us remember her with great affection.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Phil
Date: 14 Jul 11 - 02:54 PM

I should, of course, have pointed out that I was a romantic 13 year-old in 1964. I'm considerably older now, but no less romantic - I'm told ...

Phil


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Phil
Date: 12 Jul 11 - 05:19 PM

I have found this a really fascinating thread. It was great to read that Paddie Bell is still around - and in regular contact with Nadia! When I was a romantic 13 year-old and used to see them on "The Hootenany Show" on BBC on Friday evenings around 18:30, I just fell in love with both of them. I wonder if Martin Carthy, Nadia's frequent accompanist on the show, is also still in touch with her. A CD release of her fine work is long overdue!

All the best to all fellow contributors, Phil


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Veronica
Date: 25 Jun 11 - 06:46 PM

Nadia was a regular guest at Canterbury Folk Club, most memorably for me 21st January 1966. One of the songs she sang was, 'Long time boy,' with its middle lines, ''..Say that you'll marry me tomorrow...'
I was with a boy I had met only 6 times before that evening. The following day he asked me to marry him. He's still here, 8 children and nine grandchildren....and I'm still singing.
I remembered this song last year and added it to my set. Then I realised the co-incidence.

Nadia was a lovely singer. I wonder if she still sings. I know I saw her in a BBC drama about, I think, the Windrush.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Norma.
Date: 02 May 11 - 09:54 AM

I, heard her sing in Manchester Cathedral in the 60's, I have never forgotton it.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Gerry in NW London
Date: 10 Aug 10 - 03:37 PM

I have an LP of nadia's on a reel to reel tape, one day I will transfer it to CD - its great, remember .. skipping and jumping, playing in the hot white sun, you can have my hot crossbun
I would buy the CD if they brought it out


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Laurence
Date: 29 May 10 - 01:59 PM

Nadia was born in 1924, and I grew up listening to her sing, since her son Mike Lindup and I went to school together - he was born in 1959, and I in 1958.

I hear from Mike every so often, but he appears to be on tour again, so will no doubt get a message some time in the future.

This thread brings back some happy memories from the 1960s when I was growing up.

Life was a lot simpler.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Bob Armitage
Date: 08 Apr 10 - 06:45 AM

I have numerous recordings from old reel to reel tapes of Nadia's TV shows mainly Hallelujah and some vinyl of Club Folk 1 and 2. I also have on CD a recording of Julie Felix Port Mahon not a patch on Nadia's.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: seligmanson
Date: 09 Oct 09 - 12:10 AM

I am glad Nadia Cattousse is being recalled so affectionately on this thread, despite the whiff of muck-raking from one individual. I only knew her slightly, as a frequent guest at the Blakesly Arms, Forest Gate, club where I was resident while still a schoolboy in the early sixties. I remember her,not only as a fine performer, but as an approachable, warm human being whose company, however briefly, it was a pleasure to share. I have often wondered about her, and it's good to know that even after all this time she seems to be living a life which is true to the character I remember.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 04 Oct 09 - 11:06 AM

Given here as by Christopher Rowe of Kingston-upon-Hull.

JM


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Alan Wheeler (Cotillion folk group)
Date: 04 Oct 09 - 10:11 AM

I would like to know who actually wrote the music and lyric of Kelston Round Hill that luckily I had recorded on an old reel to reel tape recorder and which we perform sometimes


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,William Flowers
Date: 16 Jun 09 - 03:51 PM

I remember when Long time boy a never see you was the # 1 song on Radio Belize hit parade. Her father was a Minister in goverment under George Price.Nadia was a member of NIP.The building that was once Radio Belize was named after her father Albert Cattouse Sr. He used to lived on Queen street across from Willy Whylie ice cream palor. Nadia also did a song called " This land is my land".


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST
Date: 20 Mar 09 - 02:21 PM

Wow such discoveries, although I never met her, she's my grandmother's niece. casasola2@hotmail.com


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,GUEST, Stephen Bourne
Date: 01 Jan 09 - 07:15 PM

I met Nadia in 1989 and I have remained friends with her. I endorse everything Errol Lloyd says. Nadia is a wonderful person. I have written about her acting career in my book Black in the British Frame - The Black Experience in British Film and Television (Continuum, 2001), but it saddens me that her music is not available on CD. I treasure an audio cassette I have of one of her brilliant 1960s record albums. In 2007 I screened 'Freedom Road' (1964) at the National Portrait Gallery. This award-winning television music documentary featured Nadia, Cy Grant and Cleo Laine. In 2008 I attended the opening of the Imperial War Museum's 'War to Windrush' exhibition and Nadia was there.


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Errol Lloyd
Date: 03 Dec 08 - 01:01 PM

I met Nadia Cattouse in the late 1960's or early 70's - I can't be sure which, but at any rate it was after the height of her fame as a singer/entertainer and after she had been away from the limelight for some time. I was quite young at the time and had never seen her on television and only had a vague notion of her antecedents. For that reason, my current impression of her is not based on her past glory days, but on the sort of person she has shown herself to be subsequent to those days. Knowing her, spaeking to her, observing the way she conducts herself has convinced me that she has become a much more worthy and substantial figure than she was when a singer - even a famous one. In a quiet, self effacing way, she has gone about supporting a wide range of grass roots and community groups and organisations and the events they promote and keeping an alert and critical eye on cultural, social and political developments in the modern world. I hesitate to speculate as to how old she is at the moment, but she has always presented a somewhat serene, ageless and dignified image in public that is never showy or ostentatious. What is more she is today very intellectually alert and physically energetic. Whilst not being reclusive (she puts herself out and about when she chooses to), she has obviously put a value on her privacy, which needs to be respected, for this allows her the time she needs to pursue her wide range of interests. She is one of the most vital and wonderful human beings I have the pleasure to know. She would probably be embarrassed to read this, but there is little chance as I know she has so far resisted the world of the p.c.and the Mac. And incidentally I know for a fact that she is alive and well.

Errol Lloyd


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST
Date: 18 Oct 08 - 05:37 AM

In response to the question regarding world war "Forestry Unit" from Belize:
My uncle Carlton Fairweather who is now 98 years old lives in Belize and he may be a contact you could write to. Let me know.
eamil address: penelopecard@bellsouth.net


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Subject: RE: Nadia Cattouse - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Caroline Cattouse
Date: 09 Aug 08 - 08:03 PM

I'm married to Trevor, one of Roy's sons. Unfortunately Roy died a few years ago.


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Doris Tompkins
Date: 31 Jul 08 - 01:41 PM

Hey All,

I'm looking to meet my grandfather Roy Cattouse, Nadia's brother. if anyone cares to write me: doristompkins@yahoo.com


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Roberta to Barry.
Date: 14 Feb 08 - 10:36 AM

Fancy that! I completely forgot to return to the message board, believing no-one would ever spot my message. Probably too many months have passed and I've doubtless lost you again. Fancy a chat, just for old times sake? I'm in Spain so I won't stalk you! I'm at; robertakirque@hotmail.com

Far from the old folky's at home.


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,raymond roy cattouse
Date: 23 Jan 08 - 02:36 PM

Eldest son of Roy cattouse would like to hear from any friends or family
sodamark@hotmail.com


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Chris Maskell
Date: 04 Jan 08 - 01:46 PM

I have a vague recollection of this song in the 1960;s that it won a televised song contest and it was a man, i believe the writer of the song was singing. anybody else remember this?


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Alan
Date: 01 Jan 08 - 10:52 AM

Nadia had 4 singles. The Boy Without A Heart\Long Time,Boy Parlophone r4725 1961..Port Mahon\A Little More Oil r5240 1965.Beautiful Barbados\Turn Around Reality RE 503 1966.Church Mission Society Liv SP 81 60s.an LP self titled on Reality RY10011966. An LP on RCA victor SF8070 1970. her self titled LP is on sale on Ebay at 70pounds.Earth Mother is priced at 30pounds in the Record Collector Magazine Price Guide.i have the first single in EX condition but will not part with it.BTW there's a pic of her LP on Ebay[70 pounds].


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,grkeller
Date: 23 Nov 07 - 08:59 AM

There is a song of hers (Long Time Boy) on the Belize music compilation "Cult Cargo: Belize City Boil Up"


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Latisha
Date: 14 Nov 07 - 10:03 AM

Someone suggested Nadia was at the celebrations after Cleo Laine was made a Dame by the Queen.   I doubt that somehow, unless there has been apologies all round.   Ms Cattouse cited Cleo as Co-Respondent in her divorce from Dave Lindup and only withdrew the allegation (which was false) at the eleventh hour.   There was quite a scandal about this in the British newspapers at the time...early 60's I think.
As far as I remember Nadia's popularity quickly faded after that.


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,BarryB.
Date: 29 Sep 07 - 09:20 AM

Hello Roberta, those hole are probably still there! Although I can afford to get them mended now!


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Roberta.
Date: 01 Sep 07 - 09:40 PM

Never mind 'whatever happened to Nadia Cattouse', I want to know whatever happened to Barrie Beattie. Bet he doesn't remember me, but I remember him with holes in his jacket pockets!
Those were the days, eh?


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Gerda Flöckinger
Date: 06 Jul 07 - 06:36 AM

I think the spelling was SHIRLEY ABICAIR


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Alex
Date: 05 Jul 07 - 01:00 PM

Mike Lindup Father is called David Lindup and was a music composer. One of his songs appear on "full monty " soundtrack.


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Barry Beattie
Date: 28 Jun 07 - 07:59 PM

These threads brought back some memories! I was backing guitarist for Nadia for a couple of years, after Martin Carthy was unable to continue to do it. This was 1966 I think. I appeared with her at two Edinburgh Festivals as well as various folk clubs and concerts.
However I've not heard anything of her since I got out of the folk scene in the early 70's.


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: RolyH
Date: 31 May 07 - 05:42 AM

Thats the photo from the album 'Earth Mother' which contains the excellent 'All Around My Grandmother's Floor.

If that article is anything to go by , I'd better hang on to those vinyl recordings I've got of her.


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: GUEST,Johnno
Date: 31 May 07 - 04:41 AM

Interesting link plus photo
http://theyanksizzler.libsyn.com/index.php?post_id=81338


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: Darowyn
Date: 30 Apr 07 - 01:43 PM

Is it just me? but I remember the song listed above as "Jumbie Jamboree", not Zombie Jamboree.
I think Jumbie is a West Indian word for a ghost or spirit.
Cheers
Dave


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Subject: RE: NADIA CATTOUSE - whatever happened to?
From: Fliss
Date: 29 Apr 07 - 06:26 PM

There are 104 postings from people who care what happened to Nadia - and then theres yours... does that answer your banal question?


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