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22nd Streatham Cubs Sing For Your Enjoyment (3/5.03/5.03/5.03/5.03/5.0)
Interesting
Review written by Chris Horsefield from Essex, October 18th, 2014

I came across this album at a car boot sale in London. Interesting that the bass player was no other than Bob Brunning and Mark Stroud. (Author Mark A. Cooper)
Brunning was also an bass player for Fleetwood Mac, my favorite band, and Mark Stroud a former pupil of Bob's at Woodmansterne School and went on to become a children's best selling author.

The solo sung by Mark A. Cooper (Stroud) is raw, his voice has the cockney accent on some of the phrasing, at first I thought "Oh Dear" but when I listen closer it's actually quite cute and charming.
Our strange that these two would meet like this, I wonder if they kept in touch?

Bob's bass playing on the song Amazing Grace is perfect, he does not get too heavy to drown out the un-broken voices of the Cubs Scouts but comes in heavy at the right time.