The is one of those tunes that someone needs to put on a summer mix tape. It seems like a perfect top-down highway drivin’ song, doesn’t it? The Broadcasters were made up of a few members of the rockabilly group Finn & the Sharks. When that group parted ways, The Orwells formed – later to switch to The Broadcasters before releasing their album 13 Ghosts . After they got sued by another band called The Broadcasters, they changed their name to match the album – 13 Ghosts, but never made it past that point as a group. Read the full story on their MySpace page .
In early 1930 he stayed briefly in Bramley , Leeds , with his sister Marjorie and her husband Humphrey Dakin, who was as unappreciative of Blair as when they knew each other as children. Blair was writing reviews for Adelphi and acting as a private tutor to a disabled child at Southwold. He then became tutor to three young brothers, one of whom, Richard Peters , later became a distinguished academic.  "His history in these years is marked by dualities and contrasts. There is Blair leading a respectable, outwardly eventless life at his parents' house in Southwold, writing; then in contrast, there is Blair as Burton (the name he used in his down-and-out episodes) in search of experience in the kips and spikes, in the East End, on the road, and in the hop fields of Kent."  He went painting and bathing on the beach, and there he met Mabel and Francis Fierz, who later influenced his career. Over the next year he visited them in London, often meeting their friend Max Plowman. He also often stayed at the homes of Ruth Pitter and Richard Rees, where he could "change" for his sporadic tramping expeditions. One of his jobs was domestic work at a lodgings for half a crown (two shillings and sixpence, or one-eighth of a pound) a day. 
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