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mick2me

Paul Brown and Charlie Brown

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Copied from Jans post in the Dungeon Club Thread

http://nottstalgia.com/forums/index.php?sh...ic=4450&hl=

just to redirect about the steam engine.... It was a painting on the wall of a train coming out of tunnel as you went downstairs to the dance floor..

anybody know what happened to Paul and Charlie Brown who were always there????

Don't know what happened to Paul and Charlie, but I remember them from the Palais in around 1969.

They did a dance routine. The floor was cleared though the Palais was packed.

They came dancing out of the crowd to the sounds of Shing-A-Ling Stroll by Eddie Wilson.

Two Funky Black guys who you probably know better than me.

Were they just well known clubbers, or were the in the business.

They must be getting on now? probably older than me?

Thanks for reminding me of more semi-famous Nottinghamians

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I think Charlie Brown spent some time DJ ing at the Beachcomber didnt he?

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Charlie used to hang out with some of the scooter lads that went to the Brit, this is before '69. I think he worked with Andy Clifford; anyway a very nice guy to have known.

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They were great dancers in 1968 :)

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Mick to me there was a Antony Brown that went to tb in my class he was known for hitting Piggy Roberts over the head after Piggy made a racist remark. Just a thought.Tony left tb in 69 aged 15 could have been his brothers.

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68, I saw Paul & Charlie dancing @Palais, They would have been about 18?

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Went to school with the browns..loads of them..the Horans were the same.

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