Just a Liverpudlian: Thirty - Eight Short Stories
This is a collection of varied stories starting in 1938 and ending in 1996.Having a father who was a drummer led Allan in this direction. From the age of eighteen he was with the RAF Central Band. A move to Canada and to the Edmonton Symphony was the big change for him.
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