Jasper Carrott ‎– Jasper Carrott In The Club

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Criminal Records (44) ‎– CRM999 RND, Criminal Records (44) ‎– JHLPS 140, Criminal Records (44) ‎– CRM 999 RND
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  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): Zel.LPS.140 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): Zel.LPS.140 B
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, stamped): ZEL-LPS-140-A-1 B 1
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, stamped): ZEL-LPS-140-B-1 X̶Z̶A̶L̶-̶1̶2̶5̶6̶5̶-̶P̶-̶1̶A̶ B 1

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bargainvinyl1

bargainvinyl1

May 24, 2016
In February 1969 Jasper started his own folk club, "The Boggery", in nearby Solihull with his friend Les Ward. Carrott performed folk songs and as an MC. His banter overtook the songs and he became more a comedian than singer. He also worked as a musical agent (with John Starkey, who was his manager from 1974 to 1992), as Fingimigig, managing among others Harvey Andrews. He toured UK rugby clubs. He recorded an album in 1973 called Jasper Carrot – In the Club, which he sold from his van. The album contained the original "Magic Roundabout", although mainly material used in his next three LPs (such as "Hare Krishna", "Car Insurance", "Bastity Chelt", and "Hava Nagila") plus the Fred Wedlock song "The Folker".