excerpt from 'Doggin' around' pp. 167-168 (110 words)

excerpt from 'Doggin' around' pp. 167-168 (110 words)

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Doggin' around

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That's the wonderful thing about music: it can be described but not explained.  To recycle the tiresome old advertising slogan, it reaches the parts other art forms can't reach. We had another telling example in 1995, at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle, in a play called Shooting the Legend. Max Roberts directed, Tim Healy starred and this time we had an array of songs including a stand-out performance by Tim of 'Mustang Sally'; a Tamla Motown medley featuring Libby Davison (later of The Bill) Charlie Hardwicke (later of Emmerdale); Denise Welch (later of Coronation Street); and all-join-in audience participation version of a nineteenth century Geordie song called 'Wor Nanny's a Mazer'.

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