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Tuesday, 04 December 2012 14:23

Grooving in Green, 1982

Grooving in Green, 7" single1982. Reverse of sleeve. Art & design Si Denbigh. Track Listing:

    A1. Grooving In Green
    B1. Steam

Personnel:

    Simon Denbigh - vocals
    Rosie Garland - vocals
    Tom Ashton - guitar
    Laurence Elliot - bass
    Dr. Rhythm - drums

Catalogue Number: MR 017
Label: Merciful Release
Year: 1983

Run-Out Groove Inscription (for those who are really paying attention):

    A: "The face of a Dragonfly..."
    B: "Is nothing but eyes!"

Tuesday, 04 December 2012 14:21

Grooving in Green, 1982

Grooving in Green, 7" single 1982. Reverse of sleeve. Art & design Si Denbigh.

Track Listing:

    A1. Grooving In Green                                                                           
    B1. Steam
               
Personnel:

    Simon Denbigh - vocals,
    Rosie Garland - vocals,
    Tom Ashton - guitar,
    Laurence Elliot - bass,
    Dr. Rhythm - drums
                                                                                                                                                                                  
Catalogue Number: MR 017
Label: Merciful Release
Year: 1983
                                                                       
Run-Out Groove Inscription (for those who are really paying attention):

    A: "The face of a Dragonfly..."               
    B: "Is nothing but eyes!"

Tuesday, 20 November 2012 13:27

Grooving in Green poster 1982

The Palace of Curiosities is now available in paperback!

Order it direct from HarperCollins here:

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Described as 'Bewitching' by Good Housekeeping.

'A jewel-box of a novel' - Sarah Waters.

Sunday, 26 January 2014 13:40

26.1.2014 - GAYDIO interview available online

GAYDIO – The Sunday Forum with Andrew Edwards
What's it like to grow up different?

Writer Rosie Garland is perhaps better known as Rosie Lugosi the Lesbian Vampire Queen. Rosie started out in the gothic rock band The March Violets in the 1980s and has developed a hugely successful career as an award winning poet and and cabaret performer. Her most famous alter ego is Rosie Lugosi the Lesbian Vampire Queen and Rosie reveals to Andrew what it feels like to perform the character.

Rosie is enjoying new success as a novelist and her first book The Palace of Curiosities was published last year and won wide acclaim. Novelist Sarah Waters dubbed it "a jewel box of a novel".

Rosie has eclectic tastes in music and you can hear her choices and her reasons in the interview. Rosie also talks about her coming out as a lesbian and more recently as bisexual. The Mix Tape is on Gaydio on Sunday morning from 7am and then on demand from 10am nwplayer.gaydio.co.uk and 88.4FM.

Click here to listen to the full interview

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