100.002. (NL.1980) Features jingles from 1964 to 1980 on the A side and airchecks from the last day of Caroline on 19th March 1980 on the flipside. Erro
records were produced by SMC.
DAY RECORD UKS
S-001 (1968) Released by the Roger Day Fan Club, this untitled disc features
Roger talking about his career. It was recorded aboard the "Mi Amigo"
in Amsterdam harbour in Summer 1968.
END? SOS 1
(NL.c1975) On the 14th November 1975, Radio Mi Amigo closed, after the British
authorities boarded the ship. Steph Willemsen, the man behind the Radio Condor
project, produced this record blaming the democracy and featuring a brief
account of what happened that day. The cover features black and white pictures
of the Norderney, Mebo II, King David, Condor and the Mi Amigo. The back cover
has a brief history of Radio Mi Amigo with addresses of free radio stations and
STORY OF OFFSHORE RADIO
Impulse Book Club GIN 8AB (NL.c1970) Sampler for "The History of
Offshore Radio" album produced by Paul Harris and sent free to members of
the Impulse Book Club.
AMIGO SOUVENIRS 1976 - 1978 SMC Production (NL.1978) One of the first records produced by Stichting Media
Communicatie and featuring Marc Jacobs, Rob Hudson, Herman de Graaf, Frank van
der Mast, Hugo Meulenhof, Eddie Beekman, B. Bas, J. Jachio and Dinges. Produced
by Ton van Draanen.
Records LHR RN EP1 (1971) In order not to upset the Dutch authorities and
cause them to take action against the long established Radio Veronica, RNI
voluntarily closed down after broadcasting for a year. That at least was the
story told to the press. In fact Veronica had paid RNI to stay off the air. This
33rpm single features the brief history of RNI with the closedown recorded on
side two. The label stated that further copies of the record were available from
Cress Ltd, 7/11 Woodcote Road, Wallington, Surrey.
THE SOUND OF THE STARS Lyntone LYN995 (1966) A flexidisc given away with the first issue of Disc and Music Echo, features an interview with the Beatles by Caroline's Tom Lodge.
JAAR RADIO NOORDZEE Sonopresse, Rotterdam (NL.1971) A flexidisc given away with "Muziek
Parade" magazine to celebrate the stations first birthday, featuring
deejays Ferry Maat, Peter Holland, Tony Berk, Alfred la Garde, Joost den Draayer,
Tony Allan, Leo van der Groot, Hans ten Hoge.
WALKER STORY Lyntone LYN 1664 (1968) Radio Caroline jingles and promotions including Johnnie
Walker's "Mans fight for freedom". Released by
Chris Cary as part of his 'Caroline Club' run from Chesterton Hall Crescent,
Cambridge, (and 34 Addison Gardens, near Shepherds Bush) in 1968. They were
produced as solid vinyl discs as well as "give-away" flexi-discs.
WONDERFUL RADIO LONDON - HIGHLIGHTS OF BIG L (1967) This disc was sold to listeners for 12s.6d (63p) and featured highlights of the stations final hour, it was released shortly before the stations close. In appearance the single looks identical to the film soundtrack disc, with a white cover and record centre label with silver title letters on a maroon background. Apart from playing the records, the only difference is a very tiny A & B pressed in the centre vinyl of the final hour release.
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